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THANK YOU to all those who attended Mapping Art Practice in the UK symposium yesterday, and a big thank you to our speakers for providing their expertise and insights that generated interesting discussion

We are keen for these conversations to continue, so watch this space for further reviews and reflections on the day


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Discussion 3: NETWORK WORTH: How artists can benefit / be restricted by their work with institutions (eg art schools, funders, galleries, local goverment, wider commercial framework)

Discussion 3: NETWORK WORTH: How artists can benefit / be restricted by their work with institutions (eg art schools, funders, galleries, local goverment, wider commercial framework)

With David Cross, Anthony Schrag, Teresa Gleadowe and Russell Martin


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Dr Megan Wakefield recently completed a PhD researching peer learning amongst artists outside of formal educational systems. She explored how artists support, critique and inspire one another, how they share knowledge, and how the effects of numerous peer interactions feed into the development of creative and ‘professional’ practice. Find out more in discussion 2: ART DIY at #MAPsymposium


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Tom Varley, Glossolalia, 2014

Tom Varley, Glossolalia, 2014

There will be a screening of Glossolalia by Tom Varley at ‪#‎MAPsymposium‬. This is a very special event, as the film will be shown in the very studio in which it was made whilst Tom was taking part in the Futures residency here at Standpoint Gallery

Glossolalia was commissioned by Tramway, Glasgow