Dance for Wellbeing classes at Belconnen Arts Centre utilises a variety of multicultural dance and music styles; in one session, participants move in pairs to Indigenous Australian didgeridoo music, then perform an Israeli folk dance as a group. Creative Program Officer Philip Piggin and his team have created an environment full of encouragement, smiles and just the right […]
Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity is seeking a dynamic Director, Visual Arts to create, lead and implement the vision for all Visual Arts programming at Banff Centre.
Seen above is my favourite installation art by roboticist Arthur Ganson. A chair rests peacefully centre stage. A seemingly cumbersome machine enters. It moves towards the chair, slowly but gracefully, almost floating. The machine swoops ups the chair. It performs a... Read More
BOZAR and the Centre Pompidou-Metz are devoting a major retrospective to one of modern art's most famous artists. With around 100 works and a vast selection of archive documents, the retrospective covers every facet of the work and personality of Fernand Léger. Show More Summary
?Petra Genetrix from Porosity Valley, date of birth unknown, gender not applicable. Welcome to the Immigration Data Center.? Arriving through a secret door, the machine begins to glow in the dark. Further on four women surrounded by books endlessly chatter from one door to another. Show More Summary
DWRC brings together engineering, communication, social science, business, design and arts to work on media innovation projects that have a concrete impact on society and culture. Read more...
Camden Arts Centre is presenting the first solo exhibition of Italian abstract painter Giorgio Griffa in the United Kingdom. Closely linked to the Arte Povera movement, Griffa first became known in the 1960s as part of an Italian generation of artists who proposed a radical redefinition of painting. Show More Summary
Fresh from winning an Emerging Artist Support Scheme award for her work in the ANU School of Art & Design 2017 Graduate Exhibition, printmaker Kira Godoroja-Prieckaerts is preparing for her solo show at Belconnen Arts Centre, Public Moments. We chatted with her about the haunting and unimaginably personal creative process behind her exhibition. Your exhibition […]
The 2018 anniversary edition of London Art Fair closed on Sunday 21 January, reporting healthy sales and garnering critical acclaim for its curated spaces. Founded in 1989 as an initiative of Islington?s Business Design Centre, where...Show More Summary
Art Jameel, an organisation that supports heritage, education and the arts, today announced fully its new 17,000-square-metre development in Saudi Arabia. Hayy: Creative Hub is located in north Jeddah; construction started last year and the complex is due to open next year. Show More Summary
A new funding package will help the region’s emerging writers make the mark, with The ACT Writers Centre receiving two years of funding (2018-2019) for its year-long HARDCOPY program from The Australia Council for the Arts. The Centre said The Australia Council for the Arts had funded its Centre’s highly regarded program since 2014, but this […]
Towner Art Gallery presents We stared at the Moon from the centre of the Sun, a new exhibition curated by internationally acclaimed artist Haroon Mirza with works from the Arts Council Collection, and interventions orchestrated by the artist and his studio hrm199, tracing the connections between them. Show More Summary
After over a decade of austere Cromwellian rule, the restoration of the monarchy in 1660 led to a resurgence of the arts in England. The court of King Charles II ((1630-85) became the centre for the patronage of leading artists and...Show More Summary
Through the words of those who knew David Brown and his exceptional contribution to the arts, this exhibition is the intriguing story of a remarkable man, collector and curator. David Brown was born in Romsey, Hampshire, in 1925. During World War II, he worked in the Cornish tin mines as a Bevin Boy, before studying to be a vet and working in Africa. Show More Summary
"Jude Kelly, one of the UK's longest-serving and highest-profile arts leaders, is stepping down from the Southbank Centre after 12 years.... Kelly said she wanted to concentrate on the WOW - Women of the World festival she founded eight years ago, seeing its future as 'a global movement'."
The artistic director of London’s sinking South Bank Centre has gone overboard. press release: Jude Kelly CBE (pic, left) has announced that, after 12 years at the artistic helm of the UK’s largest arts centre, she will leave Southbank Centre in May following the reopening of the Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room. […]
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The Pompidou Centre in Paris, which houses the world's second biggest collection of modern art, has sealed a deal to open a franchise gallery in Shanghai, French President Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday. Macron made the announcement after holding talks with President Xi Jinping during his first state visit to China. Show More Summary
You can see A Fine Line at the City Art Centre Edinburgh until 18 February 2018. The exhibition features the work of four contemporary artists who all currently live and work in Scotland. The exhibition was right up my street, as it questioned the line between art and craft. I don’t think that there is […]
This exhibition of the work of a rising figure on the Canadian contemporary art scene will be the last one held at 5 rue de Constantine before the Canadian Cultural Centre moves to Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. It brings together a group of works representing a reflection on space and place, focusing on the passage. Show More Summary