Poet, Claire Trévien, has written an intricate and beautiful response to Amy Sharrocks' Museum of Water as part of her latest poetic collection, Astéronymes.
A film by Arts Centre Melbourne following Station House Opera's project, Dominoes, as it topples through the city.
See the latest installation of Dominoes unfold in Melbourne.
Film by Claire Nolan looking back at our bursary scheme in 2015
Send us your nominations on Twitter using #InfluencesSA
Sian Baxter gives us an insight into her traineeship so far....
A ceremony to commit a funding application to the gods and pray for its success, devised by Harry Giles.
Full length film by Larry Achiampong & David Blandy. Only available to view until end of September 2015.
Sneak peek at Larry Achiampong & David Blandy's Finding Fanon Part Two
Animation by Babis Alexiadis created from original drawings made by the company of The Barometer of My Heart
Twitter conversation on the central theme to Mark Storor's The Barometer of My Heart.
Short film roundup of this year's 2 Degrees Festival on art, climate and action.
Our Make Space participants blog about their time with Nic Green.
Artist Mark Storor and Dr Leighton Seal talk about the important message behind upcoming participatory arts project, The Barometer of My Heart.
John Hunter blogs about his time with The Roadless Trip in Lancaster.
Dominoes would not be possible without the help of hundreds of volunteers. Watch their journey at Les Tombées de la Nuit, Rennes.
Sarah Woods blogs about her time with The Roadless Trip in Birmingham.
Manick Govinda reflects on producing Zarina Bhimji's Jangbar – a film that was 4 years in the making.
Performer Lil Woods blogs about her time with The Roadless Trip in Aberystwyth.
Charlie Lee George reflects on her experiences of Project O's New Empowering School.
A compiled story of the festival based on the moments shared online using #2DegreesFestival.
Julie's Bicycle chose Artsadmin as a case study for our work on sustainability. Here's why...
Watch talks from Shaheen Merali, Harry Giles and Linda Florence at our second Money Talks event focusing on raising money for arts projects.
Artist Harry Giles blogs in response to Take the Money and Run, the day-long event on ethics, funding and art.