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Symposium: What Work Does the Artwork Do? Criticality in Context | Institute of Contemporary Arts

Symposium: What Work Does the Artwork Do? Criticality in Context | Institute of Contemporary Arts | Art and work | Scoop.it
This symposium brings together researchers, members of activist art groups and members of the general public interested in the place and role of art’s criticality.
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Cultural regeneration or gentrification?

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Cultural policy is seen as essential in helping to regenerate previously unfashionable areas of eas
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The Pernicious Realities of 'Artwashing'

The Pernicious Realities of 'Artwashing' | Art and work | Scoop.it
In expensive London, artists are caught in the middle of developers' attempts to push out lower-income residents and rebrand neglected properties.
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Elizabeth Price: 'Art should be a way to understand our time … and influence it'

Elizabeth Price: 'Art should be a way to understand our time … and influence it' | Art and work | Scoop.it
After winning another prestigious award, the artist explains her debt to pop music, why getting the Turner prize last year made her superstitious – and why ancient sculptures are inspiring her next project...
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The Real World: Opportunity, support, survival Discussion

The Real World: Opportunity, support, survival Discussion | Art and work | Scoop.it
Confronting lack of space, time and money is an issue common to most artists. Jonathan Harvey, Co-Founder of Acme Studios and guests discuss how the culture of support for artists has developed since the 1970s.
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Paying Artists Survey: 71% receive no fee for exhibiting | News | a-n

Paying Artists Survey: 71% receive no fee for exhibiting | News | a-n | Art and work | Scoop.it
The first results of AIR's UK-wide Paying Artists Survey – which focuses on artists' experiences of publicly-funded galleries – reveal low earnings, miniscule or no fees at all for exhibiting, and shrinking production budgets.
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Rise and shine: the daily routines of history's most creative minds

Rise and shine: the daily routines of history's most creative minds | Art and work | Scoop.it
Benjamin Franklin spent his mornings naked.
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Battle of Ideas - Battle Satellite "Cultural Regeneration or Gentrification?" | Bow Arts

Battle of Ideas - Battle Satellite "Cultural Regeneration or Gentrification?" | Bow Arts | Art and work | Scoop.it
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Are You Working Too Much? Post-Fordism, Precarity, and the Labor of Art | e-flux

Are You Working Too Much? Post-Fordism, Precarity, and the Labor of Art | e-flux | Art and work | Scoop.it
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Worst Client Comments Turned Into Posters

Worst Client Comments Turned Into Posters | Art and work | Scoop.it
Frustrated by stupid client criticism, Irish graphic designers Mark Shanley and Paddy Treacy decided to turn their
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Third Ear Symposium

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Third Ear provides extensive experience, expertise and networks across the new music scene. The Partners comprise Julia Haferkorn and Ed McKeon
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What are artists really worth? Funding, friction and the future of art

What are artists really worth? Funding, friction and the future of art | Art and work | Scoop.it
As artists find themselves at the end of the cultural food chain, Susan Jones suggests a new activism to reaffirm their status
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