Lacey Price acknowledges the hard work in ARCs/Le Prix Lacey récompense le travail des CAAs + Internship at ARCA/Stage à l’ARCA + Coast-to-coast news from the ARCs & collectives network/Des nouvelles du réseau des CAAs et des collectifs autogérés d’un océan à l’autre + Podcast/Balado. > Read here/Lire ici
As part of a 2017-2018 canadian launches tour, Artist-Run Centres and Collectives Conference (ARCA) will showcase The Grey Guide to Artist-Run Publishing & Circulation as part of the “Assemblage” exhibition, presented at VU, centre de diffusion et de production de la photographie. The launch of The Grey Guide will take place on Thursday, January 25 »»
Book Launch — The Grey Guide to Artist-Run Publishing & Circulation as part of 8e de Page Event (Montréal) As part of a 2017-2018 canadian launches tour, Artist-Run Centres and Collectives Conference (ARCA) will showcase The Grey Guide to Artist-Run Publishing & Circulation at “Huitième de page – Journées de dialogue”, an event organized »»
As part of a 2017-2018 canadian launches tour, Artist-Run Centres and Collectives Conference (ARCA) showcased The Grey Guide to Artist-Run Publishing & Circulation at the Vancouver Art Book Fair (VABF), from October 13 to 15, 2017. By the end of the two-day fair, all copies of the Grey Guide brought to the fair had been »»
Kick off launch on September 23rd, 2017, from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm at Nautilus Nautilus, an Or Bookstore kiosk in partnership with Flotilla , Charlottetown, PE Also available at Le Port de Tête (Montréal), Art Metropole (Toronto) and the Or bookstore (Vancouver) as of September 23rd. The Grey Guide to Artist-Run Publishing and Circulation is the most cutting edge guide on art publishing in »»
This last brief proposes advocacy avenues like the development of a writing fee schedule and support for non-literary, creative non-fiction translation, to further recognize art publishing as a distinct artistic form. Read the brief here .
This brief outlines the concept of the “public domain” as both a legal category and a symbolic battleground where international intellectual property law is contested by post-national “free culture” movements, which do not identify with social and economic inequalities arising from the restriction of cultural expression in a networked society. Read the brief here .
The following brief gives an overview of the mechanisms currently in place to ensure the compensation of artists for the use of their intellectual property. Read the brief here .
This brief reflects upon why there is a growing movement to explicitly recognize artist-run publishing as a public good, a dematerialized art object, a practice of community building, of knowledge sharing, or as a “gift” to readers. Read the brief here .