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Japanese architect Junya Ishigami has been commissioned to craft the 2019 Serpentine Pavilion, described by the designer as "a hill made out of rocks".

There's a story almost every every month about the creation and preservation of creative spaces, inspiring design and new homes for arts and culture across sectors.

The three-year Surf the Wave project, run by Pavilion Dance South West, has announced the artists participating in its UK Dance S

VisitBritain's I Travel For campaign continues to show the world the unseen side of the UK, launching in France in February 2019.

The Department for International Trade is running a series of roadshows in different UK cities and are inviting companies to join them to learn about how to get involved in December's Business of

Arts Council England is launching the Digital Culture Network, using partnerships, providing opportunities, training and sharing best practice for culture organisations to make the most of digital

British Council is looking to build connections between the UK creative sector and young artists in Sub-Saharan Africa.

The Creative Land Trust has been launched, supported by the Mayor of London, Arts Council England, Bloomberg Philanthropies and Outset Contemporary Art Fund.

The National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh has completed the final phase of an £80 m

Thousands of publicly-owned artworks will be digitised and catalogued online by Art UK in a two-year project, ann

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