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Each member of the selection panel is assigned an MA degree show from which to select artists who they think are making outstanding new work.
Paul Glinkowski is a writer and researcher specialising in the contemporary visual arts. He was a researcher and programme-maker at BBC Television before joining the Visual Arts Department at Arts Council England (ACE) in 1996, where the main focus of his work was support for the professional development of visual artists'. In 2003, he wrote the first publication to appear on open studios: Open Studios, a gem worth polishing. Other major publications include Good Foundations (2007), and A BBC Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Art (2000) . Paul left the Arts Council in January 2004 to work as a freelance arts writer and consultant for organisations such as ACE and a-n, The Artists' Information Company. In 2005 he was appointed Rootstein Hopkins Research Fellow at Wimbledon College of Art, where he continues to be employed as a researcher. Current projects include Maximising the MA Show, an examination of how well such shows cater for their audience, and an evaluation of the Wellcome Trusts Sciart funding scheme.