• 19-01-2012

  • Two New Media Art winners from the Arts Foundation fellowships Thomson & Craighead (New Media Art 2005) and Erika Tan (Digital Art 1998) were shortlisted for the Samsung Digital Art Prize.

  • 10-12-2011
  • Architect Amanda Levete joins board of Trustees

  • The Foundation is delighted to welcome Amanda Levete as Arts Foundation trustee in January 2012. "Her broad experience in the area of design will be a great asset to the Foundation' commented Chair William Sieghart.

  • 09-12-2011
  • Download groundbreaking work 'Horse'

  • Northumbrian poet Katrina Porteous (2003 award winner) and composer and synthesizer pioneer Peter Zinovieff have created an innovative new work for BBC Radio 3, inspired by the three thousand year old Uffington chalk figure that leaps across the Oxfordshire landscape. Scored for two voices and two computers, 'Horse' mixes the sound of a Cornish chain ferry with human voices, to conjure echoes of the Cretaceous sea, the dragon beneath it, and recollections from our deepest past. Originally broadcast in November you can download it from the Free Thinking website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0144txn

  • 06-12-2011
  • New Artist Book 'ink' now available

  • ink is a beautiful new artist book, featuring full-colour images of the prize-winning sculptural work 'ink' by ~in the fields, and specially written texts by Ken Cockburn, including circle poems, ‘Reflections on the writing of marginalia’, and a hidden alphabet offering twenty-six imaginary shades of blue.
    ~ in the fields are artists Nicole Heidtke and Stefan Baumberger. In 2010 they won the Berlin University of the Arts Award for Interdisciplinary Art and Science for their sculptural work ink. Their visual art practice draws on archival material, environmental topics and ephemeral artefacts, such as lost forms of cinema. For more information or to get a copy of the book go to or email studio@in-the-fields.org

  • 20-09-2011
  • 2012 Olympic Medals Designed by Lin Cheung

  • The London 2012 Paralympic Games medals have been unveiled at the opening of a new display at the British Museum for the Cultural Olympiad which gives the public their first opportunity to see the medals. The medals, which are presented in recognition of the incredible achievement of outstanding Paralympic athletes, will be made in Britain and have been designed by jeweller Lin Cheung, an Arts Foundation Fellow and senior lecturer in Jewellery Design at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London. In 2012 more than 2,100 Paralympic medals will be presented in 502 Paralympic victory ceremonies in more than 19 venues over 11 days of competition.