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10 NOVEMBER 2012

UK National Centre for Craft and Design

"The National Centre for Craft & Design sits at the heart of the market town of Sleaford in Lincolnshire in the beautiful riverside setting of Navigation Wharf. It is the largest venue in England entirely dedicated to the exhibition, celebration and promotion of contemporary and international craft and design.

We do not have a permanent collection, providing instead a seasonal programme of dynamic exhibitions ranging from international to innovative new work created by local and regional artists shown across our four diverse gallery spaces."

(The National Centre for Craft & Design, UK)

Fig.1 Claire Morgan (2011). "Gone To Seed", Exhibited at About Time, Hub: National Centre for Craft and Design, Lincolnshire, UK.

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art and craftart and cultureartists • contemporary craft and design • craftcraft and designcraftedcraftscraftworkdesignEnglandexhibitionsgallerygallery spaces • innovative new work • international craft and design • Lincolnshire • local and regional • market town • museumNational Centre for Craft and Design • Navigation Wharf • NCCD • seasonal programme • Sleaford • The Hub (museum) • UKworkshops

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Simon Perkins
21 OCTOBER 2012

International MINA Mobile Innovation Screening 2012

"The International Mobile Innovation Screening 2012 will showcase an international screening programme of mobile short films. Simultaniously the MINA [Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa] Mobile Creativity and Innovation Symposium opening reception will take place at the New Zealand Film Archive in Wellington, Te Anakura Whitiahua, on the 23rd November 2012.

MINA reception (6.30pm) and mobile film screening (7pm–8pm)

The 2nd International Mobile Creativity and Mobile Innovation symposium hosted at Massey University Wellington, on 24th/25th November, will provide a platform for filmmakers, artists, researchers and industry professionals to debate the prospect of wireless, mobile and ubiquitous technologies in a changing art and design environment and the transforming creative industries."

(MINA, Aotearoa New Zealand)

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Max Schleser
11 OCTOBER 2012

We Are Primary: an artist-led social and cultural resource

"Primary is an artist–led space that exists to support creative research and to develop new ways of engaging with audiences. Offering dedicated artist studios alongside flexible spaces, both within and outside the building, where artists from around the world can meet and work in the heart of Nottingham. Primary is a place where artists and the public can share, experiment and learn about contemporary visual art through an ambitious programme of events and activities. ...

In November 2011, the building opened its doors to the first resident artists: Nadim Chaudry, Simon Raven, Yelena Popova, Rebecca Beinart, Matt Hawthorn, Andy Lock, Simon Withers, Mik Godley, Tether, Frank Abbott, Craig Fisher and Debra Swann. Further recruitment of resident artists has continued in 2012 with an associate artist programme launching later in the year. ...

[Note that] we are not currently open to the public except for special events. However if you would like to visit, please get in touch: 33 Seely Road, Nottingham, NG7 1NU, +44(0)115 924 4493"

(Nottingham Studios Ltd., UK)

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2011 • alternative spaces • Andy Lock • artist studios • artist talks • artist-led initiatives • artist-led space • artistic practiceartists • arts infrastructure • associate artist programme • associate artists • audiences • canteen • charitycontemporary visual art • Craig Fisher • creative research • cultural resource • Debra Swann • Douglas Primary School • exhibitionsFrank Abbott • Matt Hawthorn • Mik Godley • Nadim Chaudry • new ways of engagingNottinghamNottingham city • Nottingham Studios Ltd • physical resource • playgroundPrimary (artist-led space) • programme of events • public programme • public spaces • Rebecca Beinart • residency space • Simon Raven • Simon Withers • social and cultural resource • social resource • studio provision • studio space • Tether (pseudonym) • UKYelena Popova

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Simon Perkins
25 SEPTEMBER 2012

UK Artist Opportunities through Jerwood Makers Open 2013

"Jerwood Makers Open is designed to commission and showcase new work by emerging artists working in the applied arts. Five commissions of £7,500 will be awarded to artists to create new work, to be exhibited as part of the JVA programme at Jerwood Space, London and on tour nationally. Artists will be chosen by an independent selection panel and must be UK resident and within 10 years of graduating or setting up their practice.

BACKGROUND: Launched in 2010, Jerwood Makers Open has been developed to create a space in which to recognise and celebrate the significance of making practice and process within the contemporary visual arts. This initiative offers makers at the early stages of their careers an opportunity to develop their creative ideas independently of specific commissioning structures by submitting a proposal for new work. It totals an investment of £37,500 in new applied arts commissions.

Jerwood Visual Arts, developed and managed by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation, is committed to supporting and showcasing contemporary applied arts practice. The Jerwood Applied Arts Prize ran for 11 years (1999–2007) in partnership with the Crafts Council. This was followed from 2008 to 2010 by Jerwood Contemporary Makers, a nominated exhibition series which provided a platform to show new and emergent work in the field of making."

(Jerwood Visual Arts, UK)

Fig.1 Glithero, Burn Burn Burn (after) [http://www.glithero.com/contact–us].

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2013 • applied art • applied arts • artist opportunities • artists • arts prize • burningcommissioncommissioning • contemporary applied arts • contemporary applied practice • contemporary visual artscreative ideasearly career • emergent work • emerging artistsJerwood Charitable Foundation • Jerwood Contemporary Makers • Jerwood Makers Open • Jerwood Space • Jerwood Visual Arts • JVA • Londonmakers • making practice • new work • UK • UK Crafts Council • visual arts

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Simon Perkins
11 SEPTEMBER 2012

Cultural Olympiad UK East Midlands: World Event Young Artists

"World Event Young Artists (WEYA) is the first of its kind and will take place in the cultural city of Nottingham, England in September 2012.

This global event will showcase a selection of the best international creative talent, across a spectrum of artforms, in one city, providing an opportunity for 1000 artists from 100 nations to join together and share their creativity on an international platform.

The World Event will be a chance for international exchange on a global scale, bringing the city to life; it is as much about intercultural dialogue across political borders as it is about the practice of young artists.

This unique combination of factors will ensure an unforgettable experience for all who take part and its audiences. Its public programme and web resources will offer space for collaborative development, workshops, debates and symposiums across a mixture of structured and informal settings. Artists will take part in workshops and interactive engaging sessions which will be delivered by an exciting range of creative individuals and artform specialists, exclusively tailored for young artists of the 21st century.

This once in a lifetime event will thrive on discussion and collaboration with like minded artistic talents from across the globe and aims to encourage future partnerships.

World Event Young Artists 2012 is hosted by UK Young Artists and supported by Arts Council England, Cultural Olympiad East Midlands, Nottingham Trent University and Nottingham City Council."

(World Event Young Artists 2012, UK)

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2012artartform • artform specialists • artforms • artistic practiceartistic talentartistsArts Council Englandarts festivalarts practitioner • Ayanna Witter-Johnson • collaborative development • contemporary artcontemporary art symposiacreative individuals • creative partnerships • creative talent • creative workshops • creativity • Cultural Olympiad • debatesfine arts • intercultural dialogue • international creative talent • international exchange • international platform • NottinghamNottingham City CouncilNottingham Trent UniversitysymposiumUK • UK Young Artists • visual arts • WEYA • workshops • World Event Young Artists • young artists

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Simon Perkins
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