Links to Organisations, Exhibitions, Resources and artists' websites. If there are any websites that you know of that might be useful to link to please email us. See also the Moving Image Works Online section for artists' works on the web.
Organisations, Exhibitions, Resources and Projects
The International Centre for Fine Art Research
The Study Collection is a research project of the newly formed Centre at the University of the Arts.
Luxonline is a free comprehensive on-line resource for people wishing to learn about and explore British artists' film and video.

Information about current Lux projects and events, includes an enormous number of links to a wide range of resourses, organisations and artists' websites.

CRAMI (Curatorial Resource for Artists' Moving Image)
A new website from LUX which aims to give a user-friendly and interpretive advice to curators, programme's and those interested in showing artists' work in a variety of contexts.
Future Histories of the Moving Image Research Network
The Future Histories of the Moving Image Research Network has been set up to address the issues of sustainability and historiography arising from the growing number of moving image arts database and digitised collection projects in the UK.
A research resource concentrating on artists’ video in the 1970’s & 1980’s in the UK. Based at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, University of Dundee with Prof Stephen Partridge as Principal Investigator.
Arts on Film Archive
Arts on Film Archive offers on-line access to a large range of films on art produced in the United Kingdom since the 1950s, and is a unique record of British and international post-war art, as well as of documentary film-making in the UK.
FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technologies)
Liverpool based organisation for the development, support and exhibition of film, video and new and emerging media.
Picture This
Picture This work with artists to produce and present new moving image projects with contemporary artists presented at their space in Bristol, across the UK and internationally, and through DVDs, online and printed publications.
Analogue: Pioneering Video from the UK, Canada and Poland (1968-88)
The Analogue research project is developing a major exhibition and related events centring on the first twenty years of video art in the UK.

Secret Cinema
The mailing list is now available online as a blog. The website includes further information on events, images, and the potential for people to submit reviews and comments about the screenings they attend, or to email
details to their friends.
A centre for artist film production in London run by the artist filmmakers Karen Mirza and Brad Butler.

British Film Institute

Animate Projects
Animate Projects commissions artists to make work that explores the relationship between contemporary art and animation, for broadcast, gallery, cinema and online exhibition.

Video Art: The Early Years
A chronology of the first two decades of British video art.

Research at the University of the Arts London

A Century of Artists' Film in Britain at Tate Britain
Curated by David Curtis, exhibited from May 2003 to April 2004, this ambitious display of 170 works by 130 artists revealed the full range, variety and originality of artists' film and video in Britain.

Shoot Shoot Shoot
The major retrospective of the first ten years of London Filmmakers' Co-op. With artist information, a Co-op chronology and an essential essay by A. L. Rees.

If you are a British artist with a website, or if you know of one not linked here let us know.

Mineo Aayamaguchi
Steven Ball

Julia Bardsley

Simon Biggs
Simon Biggs: Babel
Simon Biggs: The Great Wall of China
Sebastian Buerkner
Paul Bush
John Butler
Adam Chodzko
Susan Collins
Lei Cox
David Critchley
David Cunningham
David Cunningham: Piano
Gina Czarnecki
Rachel Davies
Mark Dean http://
Roland Denning
Terry Flaxton
Claire Fowler
Dryden Goodwin
Akiko Hada
David Hall
Ron Haselden
Steve Hawley
Frances Hegarty & Andrew Stones (individual)
Frances Hegarty & Andrew Stones (collaborations)
Ian Helliwell
Susan Hiller
John 'Hoppy' Hopkins
Matt Hulse
Riccardo Iacono
Fil Ieropoulos
Esther Johnson
Isaac Julien
David Larcher
Rick Lander (Duvet Brothers)
Mike Leggett
Malcolm Le Grice
Thomas Lisle
Tim Macmillan
Ken MacMullen
Anthony McCall
Chris Meigh-Andrews
Roz Mortimer
Matthew Noel-Tod
Jenny Okun
Kayla Parker
Miranda Pennell
Stephen Partridge
People Like Us/Vicki Bennett
Stuart Pound
Laure Prouvost
Simon Pummell
Emily Richardson
Marty St James
Philip Sanderson
Carolee Schneemann
James Scott
Martin Sercombe
Jeffrey Shaw
Katy Shepherd
Vicky Smith
Elsa Stansfield and Madelon Hooykaas
Stefan & Franciszka Themerson
Thomson and Craighead
Tanya Ury
Chris Welsby
Jez Welsh
Richard Wright