Join us for a cultural safari of the architectural and oral histories of Hull. Hull-born artist Richard Parry and curator Helen Kaplinsky will be in conversation with Mark Waugh, Head of Research and Innovation at DACS and leading DACS Foundation’s Art360 legacy project, to talk about artists’ archives and their first-hand experience of tracing Hull’s post-war jazz scene from Paul Burwell to COUM transmissions.
Please join us as Dr Loretta Würtenberger and columnist Melanie Gerlis discuss best practice examples for handling and maintaining an artist's estate in the twenty-first century and explore the management of artworks, archives and finances.
Browse media and listen to audio from an in-conversation with Anya Gallaccio, del Buono Gazerwitz, and art historian, Dan Cruickshank, celebrating the launch of a new commission for the courtyard of DACS and DACS Foundation's office in Bethnal Green, London.
As part of the Art360 project, DACS Foundation and Goldsmiths, University of London are hosting a conference exploring the long-term impact of donations from artists, artists' estates, galleries and collectors in supporting the visual arts in the UK.
Continuing our series of artist talks, photographer Peter Dazeley presented his latest book, Unseen London, which takes a rare backstage look at the fascinating interiors of fifty iconic London buildings.
Following DACS' Annual General Meeting 2015, DACS Foundation programmed a panel discussion to explore how artists use the digital space to promote and sell their work. An audio recording will be available soon.
Melanie Manchot presents her latest project, Twelve - a major multi channel video installation exploring the intimate stories and rituals of lives spent in addiction and recovery. An audio recording is available.