Articles and research from around the network
Read articles from museums throughout the network to discover their stories
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- Exhibitions (5)
- Inside the artist's studio (11)
- Interviews (11)
- Network updates (10)
- Research and projects (25)
Topolski Studio “…nothing affirmeth and therefore never lyeth…”
At the top of Feliks Topolski RA’s self-published bi-monthly broadsheet, known as The Chronicle, sits the quote “nothing affirmeth and therefore never lyeth”. It acts as a succinct guiding principle that frames Topolski’s approach to his role as an artist and chronicler, and his approach to observational drawing/reportage.
Designing Residencies for Everyone
The recent Res Artis Global Conference, titled 'Mind the Gap: Designing Residencies for Everyone,' served as a beacon of hope and a call to action. Hosted by Acme in partnership with UCL, this three-day event brought together over 200 participants from diverse backgrounds to explore the intersections of access, power dynamics, and artistry within the context of global residencies.
Contemporary Art in Heritage Settings
Newcastle University researchers Judith King and Rebecca Farley report on the launch of a new research networking project exploring international and transnational approaches to contemporary art in heritage commissioning.
The Growing Role of the Artist in Residence
Curator Mollie Barnes explores how artist residencies can help to develop networks, explore new communities and disrupt the status quo.
Remembering Nerina Simi
Twenty-two artists are paying homage to the memory of their remarkable art teacher, Nerina Simi, in an exhibition at Villa Bertelli in Forte dei Marmi. Lo Studio Simi in Stazzema, Italy - where both Nera and her father Filadelfo worked - is a member of the Artist's Studio Museum Network.
Le Challenge de Jean-Marie Avisard: Respecter « L'Esprit Monet » | Jean-Marie Avisard's Challenge: Respecting the 'Spirit of Monet'
« Sans équipe, on ne peut rien faire, assure Jean-Marie Avisard. Je ne suis pas seul ! Tout le monde doit être mis en avant ... » | “Without a team, you can't do anything,” says Jean-Marie Avisard. “I'm not alone! Everyone plays their part.”
Beatrix Potter’s Garden
The garden at Hill Top was as important to Beatrix Potter as the farmhouse itself. When Beatrix bought Hill Top in 1905, the house and garden were both much smaller, and she quickly got to work building extensions and annexing farmland.
The Women of the Artist's Studio Museum Network
In honour of International Women's Day we're looking at the homes and studios of some of the bold and brilliant women artists in our Network.
What's it like to be an Artist-in-Residence at a studio museum?
We spoke to ceramicist Ashleigh Fisk about her experience as Artist-in-Residence at Watts Gallery – Artists' Village in Compton, Surrey – the HQ of the Artist’s Studio Museum Network.