The International Association of Art Critics (AICA) brings together over 4,200 art professionals from 70 countries all over the world. Its main objective is to promote arts criticism as a discipline and contribute to its methodology.
Armstrong, H. et al (2018) Experimental Culture: a horizon scan. London: Nesta. This report comprises various texts by a number of experts responding to Nesta’s horizon scan report, and posing some pressing questions for arts and cultural organisations over the coming decade within the scope of Arts Council England's.
Bakhshi, H. and Cunningham S. (2016) Cultural Policies in The Time of Creative Industries. London: Nesta. This provocative report argues that the time has come for the UK government to classify and publish statistics on the cultural sector alongside its existing highly regarded Creative Industries Economic Estimates.
Marchevska, E. (2017) The toolkit for itinerant artists. London: Live Art Development Agency. This Toolkit is for those on the move, those who are still and those who can’t travel really. The hardships of being displaced, constantly being in flux are both an existential ordeal and an opportunity to exercise creativity. Ten artists contribute advice, exercises and tools for survival.
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