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A round-up of 2009 events from organisations represented by Brunswick Arts.
Creative Routes returns for a fourth successful year, once again showcasing the talent of young artists from across the borough of Barnet.
Curated by Michael Hall with support by KÖR (Kunst im őffentlichen Raum Wien).
The National Theatre announces its November 2008 - February 2009 program.
Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Fame Bureau
Artissima, the International Contemporary Art Fair in Torino, has extended its curated projects both within the fair and throughout the city of Turin in the last two years under the direction art historian and critic Andrea Bellini.
Peculiar Processes, a series of works by Natalia Skobeeva which runs from 22 November to 4 January, rails against the 'picture-perfect' attitudes of the digital age.
Dr. Sophia Labadi, a young French international expert on cultural heritage and cultural diversity, is the winner of the Cultural Policy Research Award 2008.
Tees Valley Arts is celebrating after being awarded a grant of £10,000 from The Ernest Cook Trust to support its work in environmental arts.
A ground breaking new exhibition exploring Europe’s love affair with the beautiful game is to open at World Museum Liverpool on Saturday 11 October.
Inspiring projects that will connect people and their communities through the arts and encourage long-lasting links between people, places and ideas are the next development of the Scottish Arts Council’s Inspire fund.
Hybrid is delighted to invite you to a space for discussion and dialogue on the above theme. The first of two critical dialogues takes place on Monday the 29th September from 12.45 till 6.45pm at Birmingham Hippodrome. We are delighted that Ed Vaizey MP, Shadow Minister for Arts will be speaking.
DanceXchange and Sampad, South Asian Arts are proud to announce the recruitment of world class subject leaders in Bharatanatyam, Kathak, and Contemporary dance for Momentum – a brand new Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) in the West Midlands.
“I’ve had enough food to last me for a week!” was my Grandmother’s annual litany as she neatly set down her knife and fork after Christmas dinner. Every year my brother and I would vigorously lobby for her to be taken at her word and given nothing but water until New Year’s Eve. I hasten to add that we were never successful.
On the first morning of the new millennium, January 1st 2000, people strolling around the London docklands began to hear something.
Some of Ireland’s most talented and most promising writers, musicians, film-makers, visual artists and dancers received more than €900,000 in government funding, the Arts Council announced this week.
The Arts Council has announced the offer of a new three-year funding strategy for the Abbey Theatre for 2009-2011.
I’ve long forgiven her all the screaming. It just doesn’t get in the way enough and never has. But recently Miss Sharapova has become not just a tennis star but the owner of her own planet and, frankly, things have now got out of control.
Creative Scotland is the name of the proposed new strategic body tasked with leading the development of the arts, creative and screen industries across Scotland.
Artists’ residence Künstlerhaus Schloß Balmoral in Bad Ems, Foundation for Culture of Rhineland-Palatinate, has begun its call for applications for next year’s exclusive artist-in-residence scholarships.
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