British artist Hannah Collins (b. 1956) is known for her large unframed photographs that create immersive spatial experiences, and installations that involve film and sound. This exhibition reveals Collins' capacity to convey the emotional and psychological aspects of spaces steeped in cultural and social history. Show More Summary
Doug Aitken's travelling arts project, Station to Station, has arrived at London's Barbican Centre for 30 days of live events spanning music, film, dance, design and performance art. We took a look around the exhibition, which follows an ambitious programme of "cultural happenings" in the US.
Singapore Contemporary Art Show Pte Ltd has announced the launch of a major new contemporary art fair to be held in Singapore January 21–24, 2016, at the Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre. Read the rest of the story at: Singapore Contemporary Art Show to launch in 2016
Bluecoat, Liverpool?s centre for the contemporary arts, has announced the appointment of Adam Smythe as its new curator. Adam will devise exhibitions for the gallery as part of a new team created to enhance Bluecoat?s vision to bring exciting contemporary artistic work to Liverpool. Show More Summary
Last night, Beck appeared at the Barbican Centre in London as part of Doug Aitken’s Station To Station art project. He was responsible for putting together a performance that The Guardian called “part concert, part theatre,” and brought Thurston Moore, Simon Armitage, Jemima Foxtrot, and Luke Wright up on stage to accompany him. The whole […]
The Barbican opened Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening ? American multi-media artist Doug Aitken ?s experiment in spontaneous artistic creation taking over the Centre?s indoor and outdoor spaces (Art Gallery, The Curve, Concert Hall, Cinemas, Lakeside Terrace and Sculpture Court) for 30 days this summer from Saturday 27 June. Show More Summary
Luminato closer Apocalypsis challenges the bounds of conventional theatre. The foyer at the Sony Centre for Performing Arts was packed on Sunday afternoon as art lovers came to witness R. Murray Shafer’s Apocalypsis for its last performance. Show More Summary
Matthew Sharp Matthew Sharp does not so much have a career, as a portfolio of careers as performing as a cellist and singing as a baritone, often combining the two, as well as including directing and running the arts centre Revelation St Mary's in Ashford, Kent. Show More Summary
Farfetch celebrated Paris Fashion Week in style with a private dinner at the Mona Bismarck American Centre for Art & Culture. Farfetch founder and chief executive Jose Neves played host, alongside Swizz Beatz. Guests included RJ Mitte,...Show More Summary
24-25 Jul This series is the result of a three-year development by Campbelltown Arts Centre designed to explore the limits of contemporary dance practice, bearing...
A new state-of-the art collections research, access and storage facility was unveiled today at the National Museums Collection Centre in Edinburgh by Fiona Hyslop MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Europe, Culture and External Affairs. The new...Show More Summary
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will make its debut in Saskatoon for the upcoming UFC Fight Night 74 mixed martial arts (MMA) event on FOX Sports 1, locked and loaded for Aug. 23, 2015 inside SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan,...Show More Summary
[ 10 July 2015 at 6:00 pm; 10 July 2015 at 6:00 pm; ] To celebrate the renovated spaces and our renewed focus on cutting-edge artistic programming, Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres is gearing up to host a massive, multi-arts extravaganza...Show More Summary
"The Sleeping Beauty" The National Ballet of Canada Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts Toronto, Canada June 10, 2015 by Denise Sum copyright © 2015 by Denise Sum Rudolf Nureyev's production of "The Sleeping Beauty" has been a cornerstone of the National Ballet of Canada's repetoire since 1972. Show More Summary
“The Banff Centre is an internationally renowned arts incubator – and that is a reputation Price, on the job for about three months now, wants to cultivate and own. The centre also presents artistic programming, operates a conference centre and offers leadership-development programs.”
BRUSSELS — Entering Patrick Bernatchez’s exhibition Les Temps Inacheves (French for “unfinished time”) at the Argos Centre for Art and Media, you are first confronted by “Lost in Time 33-66” (2014), an amplified metronome and a record player.
By: Terri-Lynne Waldron The CTV Upfront Red Carpet event took place last Thursday at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts on Front Street, and the network revealed some of their new fall, mid-season and returning shows. The star-studded Red Carpet gala brought out cast members from medical dramas, action series and daytime talk shows. […]
Jim Broadbent, the actor known to Potter fans as Professor Slughorn, has his first art exhibit this summer. “The People,” a collection of wood-carved figures, are now on display at London’s Southbank Centre as part of the Festival of Love until August 31. According to The Guardian, Broadbent began carving the figures out of found...read more!
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is bringing its brand of mixed martial arts (MMA) to the SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, for the first time ever on Aug. 23, 2015, featuring a FOX Sports 1 line up with "Prelims"...Show More Summary
"Being and Nothingness", "Symphony #9", "Piano Concerto #1" The National Ballet of Canada Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts Toronto, Canada May 30, 2015 by Denise Sum copyright © 2015 by Denise Sum Is it possible to conveyShow More Summary