"Manchester's proposed £110m arts centre, the Factory, has moved a step closer to being built after city councillors gave planning permission for the Rem Koolhaas-designed building." The project is part of a larger plan to make Manchester and northern England "a genuine cultural counterbalance to London."
The Centre for the Study of the Viking Age is pleased to report that we have been awarded a substantial grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council Follow-On Fund for a project called Bringing Vikings Back to the East Midlands. Show More Summary
A new exhibition at Rheged, Cumbria’s foremost arts centre, supported by Arts Council England, will challenge perceptions of quilt making this spring, revealing a strong and vibrant contemporary craft form. New Quilting, an exclusive...Show More Summary
Project Arts Centre announces The Wild, as part of Project 50, a season of work celebrating 50 years of Project Arts Centre. The Wild is a celebration of the networks and communities, friends and co-conspirators, memories and visions of Project Arts Centre by the creatives and artists at the heart of our organisation. Show More Summary
Studio 144 opens in 2017, bringing two world-class arts organisations ? NST, Nuffield Southampton Theatres and the John Hansard Gallery ? into the heart of the city centre for the first time, together with media and film specialists City Eye. Show More Summary
Imagine each breath an utterance: in and out, a repetition of equally sensual and semantic force. In Mouth to Mouth, Slavs and Tatars mid-career survey, the traditional flow of information and affect is scrambled and squeezed through organs, orifices and body parts not usually designated for such use. Show More Summary
The 29th London Art Fair, the UK?s premier Fair for Modern British and contemporary art, will be the most international edition to date when it returns to the Business Design Centre, Islington, from 18-22 January 2017. The Fair is renowned...Show More Summary
The Centre for International Light Art is presenting Morellet, the final exhibition curated by the light art pioneer himself. For many generations, François Morellet (30. April 1926 in Cholet, France; ?11. May 2016) inspired an art genre that uses light as its primary material. Show More Summary
Make It Behave is the first major retrospective of the work of the New York artist Rochelle Feinstein (1947). The exhibition was developed in cooperation with the Centre d?Art Contemporain Genève and the Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus in Munich and will be presented in 2018 at the Bronx Museum of the Arts in New York. Show More Summary
The second edition of INK ASIA was staged successfully from 16 to 18 December in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, with a Private Preview and Vernissage on 15 December. The only international fair dedicated to modern and...Show More Summary
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Time to mix it up again for Day 7 of my 12 Days of Christmas giveaway. Jay Leno is coming to town – at 8 p.m. Feb. 18 at Cobb Energy Performing...
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Back to music – and a little nostalgia – for Day 5 of the 12 Days of Christmas giveaway. The Beach Boys – fronted by Mike Love – are celebrating more than...
When The Met opens its doors in December 2016, following a £4.6 million refurbishment, at the centre of the historical building will be a newly commissioned art installation by internationally renowned artist, Liz West. The installation,...Show More Summary
For the exhibition at the Negev Museum of Art, Kounellis has created an original project on site. Fascinated by the sight of desert stones and their different sizes, shapes and colours, he decided to put them at the centre of his new installation. Show More Summary
"On Thursday, Birmingham Rep, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO), Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Midlands Arts Centre were among organisations told they would receive heavy cuts to funding. The cuts are not out of the blue and organisations had been braced for the news. But it is the scale and, they said, lack […]
INK ASIA, the first-ever art fair devoted to contemporary ink, returns to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre for its second edition from 16-18 December 2016. As the hub of art business in Asia, Hong Kong is the best place to establish an art fair specialising in modern and contemporary ink art, heralding a new era of ink. Show More Summary
With its black-and-white photos and written memories, “Picturing the Ward” has a scrapbook feel. BY: STEPS Initiative (PATCH Project), the Toronto Ward Museum, and Infrastructure Ontario INSTALLATION: 2016 LOCATION: 11 Centre Avenue To walk through the “Picturing the Ward” exhibit feels like stumbling upon an old scrapbook from a distant past. Show More Summary
Lascaux 4, a spectacular replica of France’s most celebrated cave art using interactive guides and multi-screen displays, opens on 15 December The International Cave Art Centre in the Dordogne, which celebrates the prehistoric art discovered in 1940 known as Lascaux, was inaugurated by President Hollande on Saturday 10 December. Show More Summary
Sourav Ganguly’s vision to associate with over 100 centres by December 2017 across West Bengal All schools associated will be powered by PitchVision’s state of the art cricket coaching technology Sourav Ganguly to personally monitorShow More Summary