SPARE PARTS, from 28 February to 12 May, is the second exhibition season from the new Science Gallery London at King’s College London in London Bridge. The free exhibition and accompanying events programme will explore the art, science, ethics and technology that enables human repair and alteration.
The Great Exhibition Road Festival will be a unique opportunity to connect some of the world’s most iconic institutions in an inspirational fusion of the arts and sciences. Running between 29-30 June 2019, it will deliver a dynamic range of participatory visitor experiences that generate curiosity and a pioneering spirit among our audiences and among our institutions.
It offers exciting possibilities for Imperial to reach new audiences and create a unique weekend of discovery for our visiting public.
As we head towards 2020, the importance of UK culture and creativity on the world stage will be amplified by huge events.
The UK-Russia Year of Music will celebrate both countries rich musical cultures, traditions and achievements through a programme which will foster people-to-people connections.
It will build on the successes of the UK-Russia Year of Culture in 2014, the UK-Russia Year of Language and Literature in 2016 and the UK-Russia Year of Science and Education in 2017.
The aims of the Year of Music are to:
Business of Design Week (BODW) will be held in Hong Kong in late 2019 as a collaboration of Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC), Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), and the Department for International Trade of the United Kingdom (DITUK).
BODW, Hong Kong Design Centre’s flagship programme is a world-class annual event celebrating design, innovation and brands. The 2019 event will see the return of the UK as the official partner country, after their initial and successful collaboration back in 2006.
A major season of culture will take place in Japan between autumn 2019 and summer 2020 aiming to promote the UK as an attractive destination in which to invest, to study and to travel as well as building greater levels of trust between Japan and the UK through the arts and the creative industries.
The Midlands, home to over 10 million people, is a major focus for the Government through the Midlands Engine - a coalition of councils, local enterprise partnerships, universities and businesses working with Government to build on innovation, investment and international trade, increase business skills, and continue to make the Midlands a great place to live.
After gathering and analysing a wide range of evidence, The Arts Council has identified a series of proposed outcomes that they believe they should aim to achieve by 2030.
As a first stage of consultation, they are asking a wide range of stakeholders if they agree that these outcomes are the right things for Arts Council England to focus on over the next decade, and, if so, how they might be collaboratively worked on in order to achieve them.
British Council Arts are seeking an experienced Consultant Creative Director to curate a UK season of culture in Italy in autumn 2020.
UK/Italy 2020 is an exciting opportunity to showcase the best of UK culture in Italy (and Italian culture in the UK). As the UK prepares to leave the EU, cultural relations will continue to play an important role.
2018 is the 25th anniversary of Studio Wayne McGregor!
To celebrate, we want to give 15,000 hours of space to artists through our FreeSpace programme, helping them to share their time and skills with others.