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The Intertwining Line presents early and contemporary animation and its intertwined relationship with artist's drawings, highlighting the relationship between these two disciplines.
A season of programming exploring Indian culture, May – October 2009
Six of the UK’s hottest young creatives have been chosen by Vauxhall to receive a commission of up to £20,000 each.
Salisbury International Arts Festival announces highlights for 2009.
The 7th Shanghai Biennale opened at the Shanghai Art Museum on September 8 through November 16. The biennale realized its expected academic and social goals, receiving high acclaim from both the domestic and foreign art community.
Family entertainment is plentiful this coming spring at Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield.
On Saturday 13th December the LBT will be holding its first Festive Arts and Crafts Fair from 11am – 5pm.
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Making art out of a political event or character can be a minefield. When I first heard that a Turner Prize-winning artist from London was making a film about Bobby Sands, funded by FilmFour and the UK Arts Council, my expectations were not high.
Lucy has written for theatre and radio for over 15 years, writing for Hollyoaks for 10 years alongside this.
Thurrock Council alongside Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank and the British Museum in roll call of year’s best arts sponsorships.
An exhibition which explores the tension between language and image through a selection of film and video works including seminal work from the 1970s produced by John Smith and Hollis Frampton and more recent work by Stuart Croft, Ryan Gander, and Wilhelm Sasnal, presented in a viewing environment designed by artist Matthew Harrison.
As part of the British Creative Exchange 08 season, Revelation Arts Foundation is proud to present the Thoughts & Actions full-day workshop on Saturday, 29th November 2008.
An exciting new multi-media artwork was premiered recently at an exclusive screening and exhibition at Darlington Arts Centre.
Shooting People, the institution that director Morgan Spurlock describes as "a necessity for anyone who works, lives and breathes independent film", is proud to be celebrating its tenth birthday this year.
In the films of the young Dutch artist Guido van der Werve, episodes from the history of art combine with meditations on melancholy, the sublime, and the occasional moment of slapstick humour.
The 6th London Short Film Festival is looking for the next Scorsese, Spielberg or Tarantino who can produce, write, direct, shoot, act, edit and/or has written the music for their short film to qualify for the Vauxhall Auteur Theory Award.
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