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The Great Glen is a huge natural fissure in the earth, encompassing Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal. In September it will be the site for The Great Glen Artists’ Airshow, with activities that redefine the air as medium taking place at either end of it.
Futurama brings the spirit of the Worlds Fair to SE15’s newest arts venue Peckham Space. This exhibition charts the journey of lead artist Harold Offeh, design team Glass Hill and local young people from Leaders of Tomorrow to imagine a better future for Peckham.
Furniture designer Gareth Neal reclaims neglected spaces of the East-End to create pop-up urban picnic sites for Londoners.
THE ARTS COUNCIL: The Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport, Ms Mary Hanafin, T.D. met the Arts Council on 25 May, at their office in Merrion Square, Dublin 2.
To mark this triple celebration, Galleon is delighted to present Chekhov’s last play: The Cherry Orchard.
Liverpool based Tmesis Theatre return this June with their sixth annual festival of physical workshops and performances, Physical Fest, the only festival of its kind in Europe.
The Maison Moschino Hotel opened in Milan on 31st March. Its founder, Stefano Ugolini saidI wanted to give birth to a hotel that takes the synergy between fashion and hotel design a step further".
10 commissions announced for Unlimited, the UK’s largest programme celebrating arts, culture and sport by disabled and deaf people.
The surprise finding following conversations between Independent Magazine Publisher and visitors to the recent Publishing Expo event in London, Olympia was that magazine launches dominated the discussions.
Arts Council England publishes research on arts in the digital age.
Paul Lee has been appointed as the new Chair of the Horserace Betting Levy Board, Minister for Sport Gerry Sutcliffe announced today.
Arts Council’s under 26 free theatre scheme gets off to flying start.
Legal & General was named Business of the Year at the Arts & Business Cymru (A&B Cymru) Awards, and commended as a 'model of excellence' for its work with the arts.
An exciting assortment of new dance, theatre poetry and visual arts projects gets fully underway this August as part of The Scottish Arts Council’s Homecoming programme.
The Arts Council launched a free on-line guide to the vast and diverse mix of activities, shows, exhibitions and performances that it supports around the country.
Arts Council England announces new structure that will save £6.5 million a year.
IRISH NEWS: BELFAST designer Cathy Villiers has launched her funkiest autumn collection yet with bright colour combinations and lots of textured fabrics.
LONDON EVENTING STANDARD: Antony Gormley's plan for the empty plinth in Trafalgar Square began with a simple idea.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD: The great revelation of recent British pop has been Amy Winehouse. The daughter of a cockney cab driver, she is the classic London deal, writing of the city she sees.
Verity Haines, National Arts Director, Arts & Business comments on NCA's Arts Manifesto for the next General Election.
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