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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.
Welcome to Van Gogh House, London
An interview with Creative Director, Livia Wang who introduces the network's newest member
"Developing at home content is great for increasing the accessibility of museums and galleries"
A key theme to emerge from the Covid-19 Impact Survey was the common challenge that studio-museums across the network faced when it came to transferring and utilising the digital. The ASMN spoke to Anna Lowe, Co-Founder and Director of Partnerships at Smartify to get her perspective.
“The virtual tour is here to stay”
An interview with Charlotte Woodley, Pilgrim Trust Curator of the David Parr House about how this victorian terrace has innovated during closures including a brand new guided virtual tour.
“The studio museum experience is not based on lots of visitors, it is based on a kind of spiritual visitor journey”
Reopening with the Leach Pottery in St Ives: A centenary year, adapting online and focusing on the things you can control.
“People have a hunger for these kinds of experiences”
Reopening with the Gallen-Kallela Museum in Finland: The first day back, closing an exhibition years in the making and teddy bear videos.