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Cowboy Versus Samurai, Ernest Versus Ernestine

5 hours agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Soulpepper Theatre’s Studio Series has smart fun with love, sex, race, and angry couples. Cowboy Versus Samurai The Anger in Ernest and Ernestine Young Centre for the Performing Arts (50 Tank House Lane) Both shows run to Feb. 20 Tickets: $25-$60 Cowboy Versus Samurai. Show More Summary

de Appel arts centre exhibits site-specific installation by Saskia Noor van Imhoff

3 days agoArts : Artdaily

In this site-specific architectural installation, Saskia Noor van Imhoff approaches de Appel arts centre as the site of an artificial archaeological excavation. Similar to visiting an archaeological site and interpreting findings from...Show More Summary


Probable one of his better works, I saw this yesterday in Bristol Art Museum. It's was well worth a visit if you are in the centre of Bristol. Derwent Wood RA

Kids - Campbelltown Arts Centre Easter Egg Hunt

Sat 19 Mar Kids will have a great time getting creative making baskets and decorating their own cards at this Easter event. The workshop is followed by a chocolate...

David Lyttle at The MAC

David Lyttle The MAC Belfast, N.Ireland Date 22 January, 2016 The soft launch of Brilliant Corners 2016 (5-12 March} took place in Belfast's multi-million pound arts centre, The MAC, and featured Northern Ireland's internationally acclaimed drummer/composer David Lyttle--The MAC's Artist-In Residenc... [ read more ]

Canberra’s top six this weekend (29-31 January 2016)

This week, we’ve selected six events that are definitely worth checking out. Head to Ainslie Arts Centre and listen to some organic and experimental music with SoundOut Festival; check out Forrest Tennis Club where they are having an open day and you can get yourself a free membership; or consider seeing Josh Pyke perform at [...]

Theatre - Bunny

22-23 Jan Dance, bondage and the ancient Japanese art of 'shibari' come together in this new work commissioned by Campbelltown Arts Centre. Created by award...

All Art and Cultural Heritage Law, Geneva, June 2016

The excellent Art-Law Centre has announced its call for papers for its “All Art and Cultural Heritage Law Conference” to be held in June 2016 in Geneva. From the call: This conference will host two panels: ‘Cultural Heritage in the Crossfire:...Show More Summary

Naked cellist gets the show of her life

I have written a few times about Charlotte Moorman, a livewire of the 1960s New York avantgarde who, along with her friend Yoko Ono, placed her naked body at the centre of her performing art. Charlotte received her first biography the year before last, and very good it is, too. Now she is the subject of […]

Oddments and Epigrams

 Interventions in Bollington Continuity in Architecture and Bollington Arts Centre are pleased to present: Oddments and Epigrams. An exhibition showcasing work undertaken in Bollington by postgraduate students at the Manchester School of Architecture. For the past few months, the college has been... (more...)

New directors appointed for National Glass Centre and Sunderland's cultural growth

last monthArts : Artdaily

Sunderland?s growing reputation in the cultural and creative industries has been boosted by the appointment of two senior arts executives. Keith Merrin, Chief Executive of Museums and Archives Northumberland, has been appointed as Director...Show More Summary

Realisation of a 10 year project by the British performance artist Rose English goes on show at Camden Arts Center

last monthArts : Artdaily

Camden Arts Centre is presenting a major new exhibition by Rose English, which presents the current realisation of a project in gestation for ten years, including a newly commissioned multi-channel sound installation, and works never before seen in the UK. Show More Summary

‘A World of Art’ at Singapore Contemporary

The inaugural edition of Singapore Contemporary will be held from January 21-24 this year, at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. Read the rest of the story at: ‘A World of Art’ at Singapore Contemporary

The Top 10 Must-See Sights of London

London is famous for a whole host of reasons, including the Royal Family, its status as a fashion capital of the world and the fact it’s a major political centre. But it’s also a mixing pot of cultures rich in history and arts. Let’s take a look at the top 10 must-see sights that London […]

Seoul threatens musicians with lights out

The Seoul Arts Centre threatened musicians before yesterday’s concert that, in the event of any demonstration or protest in favour of ex-music director, Myung Whun Chung, they would switch the hall lights out. (That’s what passes for free speech in ‘democratic’ South Korea.) One musician successfully distributed a circular among the audience telling them that […]

Oklahoma City Museum of Art is exclusive U.S. venue for Matisse exhibition

last monthArts : Artdaily

Oklahoma City will be the exclusive North American venue to host ?Matisse in His Time: Masterworks of Modernism from the Centre Pompidou, Paris.? The exhibition will include 100 works of art, including nearly 50 paintings, sculptures...Show More Summary

Florian Rothmayr largest solo show to date on view at Camden Arts Centre

last monthArts : Artdaily

Florian Roithmayr presents a new body of sculptural works in Gallery 3 which observe material transformation and transference in the processes of making. Capturing the unforeseeable gestures which occur in the interstice between mould and cast, the sculptures embody the consequences of one surface, material or body yielding another. Show More Summary

Joris van de Moortel's show at BE-PART: Botanics of sound in which wires get crossed and play

last monthArts : Artdaily

Joris van de Moortel is presenting his first monographic exhibition in a Belgian institution at BE-PART, the contemporary art centre in Waregem. All the exhibition space has been set aside for this young artist from Antwerp (b. 1983), allowing him to demonstrate the full range of his versatile talent. Show More Summary

"The Biography of Things" on view at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

last monthArts : Artdaily

The Biography of Things is an international exhibition curated by Juliana Engberg, Annika Kristensen and Hannah Mathews, bringing together artists who use objects, archives and collections to reveal narratives of loss, intrigue, histories and people. Show More Summary

Last chance to see: Exhibition of self-portraits by Canadian women artists at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

last monthArts : Artdaily

On view at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, The Artist Herself: Self-Portraits by Canadian Historical Women Artists, is making Victoria its first stop in western Canada and putting Canadian women artists front and centre. This ground-breaking exhibition includes works from both settler and Indigenous perspectives. Show More Summary

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