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Arts Council England will invest an extra £44.5 million in artists and arts organisations over the next two years to help maintain artistic excellence during the economic downturn.
THIS IS LONDON: Amid the monochrome sculptures of female American modernist sculptor Louise Nevelson, you may think for a moment you are Dorothy in the black-and-white opening scene of the Wizard of Oz, when the twister smashes the houses of Kansas into matchwood.
VIET NAM NEWS: Ha Noi — An exhibition titled Two Thousand and Nine by young artist Hoang Duy Vang is being held at the InterContinental Ha Noi Westlake until this July.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: AT night, it’s bright enough to stop traffic. One minute cars are buzzing along Wilshire Boulevard between Fairfax and La Brea. The next they slow to a crawl, even though the stoplight is green. The attraction?
THE GLOBE AND MAIL: The closure of the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography will bring the art form back into the fold, writes the director of the National Gallery of Canada
THE HINDU: American artist Ellen Alt on how art can help solve various problems in the world today.
Figures released by Arts & Business, the not-for-profit agency that sparks new partnerships between culture and commerce, show that small - and medium-sized arts organisations are already experiencing real financial challenges as a result of the recession.
Nominations for the Arts & Business Awards, which celebrate and showcase the best examples of cultural partnerships and sponsorships across the UK, open now.
Salon09 is an ambitious open submission exhibition, which will take place in September.
Hayward Touring Exhibitions is pleased to announce the appointment of Lisa Le Feuvre and Tom Morton as the curators for British Art Show 7, opening in October 2010.
Public art projects to be developed in locations throughout Scotland have been given a boost thanks to funding from the Scottish Arts Council’s new Public Art Fund.
In April, as part of the organisation’s centenary celebrations, the Contemporary Art Society launches a major £60,000 annual award.
Sean Hillen, sculptor of Omagh memorial sculpture ‘Garden of Light’ will join legendary human rights activist, Justice Albie Sachs, at ‘Art and Conflict’, a major conference organised by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.
“A celebration of today’s multicultural, multi-class and multi-ageist British youth" - it manages to make one want to have been young earlier if not forever….
Five arts organisations have been supported by the Scottish Arts Council to further develop their work within the field of arts and mental health recognising the positive role the arts can play in improving mental health and wellbeing.
Works by some of history’s most celebrated women artists are featured in a compelling new exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery.
8-10 May, Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road London: We've handed over the keys to the Roundhouse to a bunch of creative young people for a three-day festival of music, fashion, circus and more.
Following on from Paris in November and preceding Berlin in July, the 18th Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid, now in its third year in Madrid, will once again create a space for discovery and thought between new cinema and contemporary art at several prestigious locations of Madrid's art scene: the Reina Sofia National Museum, the auditorium at the Ministry of Culture, the CA2M Centro
From Old Masters to mid-century modern, evocative photographic prints to world renowned furniture makers, the Olympia International Art & Antiques
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