What do you want to see on Art Radar in 2013 Year of the Snake?



With the Chinese New Year holiday just around the corner, all of us in the Art Radar team are putting down our (digital) pencils and putting up our feet for a week.

Therefore, there’ll be no new content published on Art Radar between Friday 8 and Sunday 17 February 2013. We’ll be using the break to reflect on the year past and plan for the new one that’s approaching. We’d like to hear your thoughts, too.

Image by Art Radar.

If you have any suggestions for what you’d like to see on Art Radar in the coming year, please feel free to leave a comment below with your ideas or contact editor Kate Nicholson on katenicholson.artradar@gmail.com. We’d love to hear from you.

We want to thank all of our readers, writers and students, long-term and new, for their dedicated support over the four and a half years that we’ve been writing about contemporary art. We look forward to working with you again in the 2013 Year of the Snake!

Best,
Kate Cary Evans, Kate Nicholson and Heston Hoffman.


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What do you want to see on Art Radar in 2013 Year of the Snake? — 3 Comments

  1. Science art related topics. You might have noticed that sci-art is flourishing in several parts of the world and it has to be promoted in Asia too. I submitted a white paper on Sci-art scenario in Asia to the Leonardo network and suggested several actions.You can read it here: http://seadnetwork.wordpress.com/white-paper-abstracts/final-white-papers/science-art-interactions-in-asia-with-particular-reference-to-india/
    After submitting the paper I came across some more reports and I added them to Art Lab network. I want to read more on the Asian sci-art scenario on Art Radar.

  2. Well, I’ve always liked the type of content Art Radar publishes, about galleries, artists, current events in arts. I’d like to see perhaps more in-dept interviews or info about interesting artist exhibitions – their side of the story and how they are inspired/influenced to create their artworks as well as blogs in Asia about art. I’ve seen many art lovers/writers/professionals blogging about art in Europe & US, but not that many in Asia. Generally being in Asia most of the time, I’d like to see what’s going on – without the languages barriers. Just a thought :)

    Looking forward to more content from Art Radar!

    • Thank you so much for taking the time to respond to this post. We also agree that while there is more and more being published on contemporary art in the Asian region, there is still a need for increased, in-depth coverage. We’re really keen to get some more interviews up on the website, too, and hope to bring you more content like that in the coming months. Thank you again for your ongoing support of Art Radar.

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