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Concerning an interview
Concerning an application
This service is intended for anyone who has difficulties writing applications. Find out more here You can nominate a friend to help you, and your friend will be paid by ACE to do the job.
Concerning institutions to find out what anti-racist actions they will take and if there is a financial commitment attached to their plan
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|The Agency of Visible Womxn Present - A Snapshot of Southend as a Cultural Environment for Womxn (2019)||The Agency of Visible womxn||Ruth Jones founded The Agency of Visible Women in 2018. Initially intended as a play on words for a group exhibition, The Agency’s positive impact on its members in its capacity as an artist network resulted in Ruth and Damien Robinson’s determination to explore its potential.
Ruth and Damien conducted research in their home town of Southend, working with the womxn and femmes they know and those they had not yet met. Out of this they created a publication giving voice to their collaborators’ (and their own) experiences within the creative sector.
The resulting publication is "A Snapshot of Southend as a Cultural Environment for Womxn Artists", a risographed artists’ edition of 50, published by The Old Waterworks.
"Chisenhale Studios and Into the Wild invited fellow Artist Development and Alternative Art Education programmes to join a hive mind exercise. We aimed to pool our learning and experiences of shifting programmes partially or totally online as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, through a really practically oriented, fun and reflexive two-day online workshop. This was framed by the question, ‘How can we strengthen our artist development practice by learning from each other as we move into a socially distanced 2021?...
...Here, in this document, we bring together their responding written reflections, instructions and other information, which serve as a prompt to remind those that participated of the variety of work and approaches that the workshop encompassed, and hopefully as a tool to inform future online working."
(a guide for how to access disused spaces in your local area)
Writing & Copy
|Writing gallery texts and wall panels: common mistakes to avoid||https://www.theguardian.com/culture-professionals-network/2015/aug/04/writing-gallery-texts-panels-common-mistakes-interpretation||A short article from The Guardian, with excellent examples of good and bad writing in Gallery Interpretations / Wall texts and some reasoning behind those distinctions.|
|Gallery Text at the V&A||https://www.vam.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/238077/Gallery-Text-at-the-V-and-A-Ten-Point-Guide-Aug-2013.pdf||A PDF from the V&A that takes a more in depth, albeit more Museum oriented approach to Gallery writing. Although some of the Tombstone information can be a bit basic, there are some interesting takeaways about how to writing to grab attention, and playing to your readers attention span in how you order your information/prioritise your text.|
Resources on working together
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This document is designed to help artists’ and their employers to determine fair remuneration for artists’ labour. Artists should use these guidelines when paying other artists. Artists’ Union England has drawn upon existing documents produced by other unions, especially Scottish Artists’ Union. The rationale and source of each section is explained in appendices.
Fully Funded Residencies is an online platform for research and knowledge-sharing that gathers, archives and shares fully funded residencies, awards, grants and mobility funds.
A UK-based group of precarious workers in culture & education. We call out in solidarity with all those struggling to make a living in this climate of instability and enforced austerity."
A weekly newsletter featuring information submitted by a wide network of people on funding, commissions, platforms, calls for artists, seminars, workshops, courses, resources, jobs, opportunities, studio space and more.
Suggestions for a socially just wage system.
Created off the back of arts organisations/institutions all posting black squares on instagram in support of Black Lives Matter in order to keep track of what they pledge to change or support and how to try and hold them accountable.
"Founded in 2006, it is now an established national charity that aims to provide a platform for artists who face significant barriers to the art world due to health, disability, social circumstance or isolation." - From website
A collection of successful funding applications collated by The White Pube
This section is for everything related to how to manage administrative tasks.
An organisation that advises artists on licensing and how to claim royalties for uses of their work using the 'Artist Payback' scheme. "We campaign for your rights, ensure you receive your royalties and provide you with the support and information you need as an artist"
Useful information for people who are self-employed
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