Collating for the first time some of the most recognisable and wearable designs of the last century, T-Shirt: Cult - Culture - Subversion provides a unique insight into the historical and cultural influence of the most ubiquitous, affordable and popular garment of the last 100 years.
History and heritage
You can now explore Waddesdon in virtual reality from the comfort of your own home in high-definition. All you need is a smartphone and a VR headset, such as Google Cardboard.
Perhaps you live too far away to visit, can’t wait until spring when we reopen the main rooms after their winter ‘rest’, or you want to take another look and make sure you haven’t missed any details when you were here. This series of room tours is our first foray into virtual reality, so we are very excited about sharing these immersive experiences with you.
A behind the scenes look at how over 100 students helped bring this year's light and sound show to life.
Waddesdon Imaginarium celebrates the art, objects, gardens and history of Waddesdon, with roaming porcelain animals, dancing musical clocks and fluttering clouds of butterflies projected onto the House, accompanied by a series of original soundtracks.
In 2018, London and the rest of the UK will host a year-long cultural programme to commemorate the Centenary of the Women's Vote.
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Usurp Art in collaboration with Day For Night presents a season of award-winning, art-house & new wave films from India to mark 70 years of independence/partition.
Full programme, trailers & tickets here: www.usurp.org.uk
17 - 26 November 2017
Usurp Art Gallery & Studios, 140 Vaughan Road, London HA1 4EB
Booking is essential as tickets are limited. Only £6!
Snacks & drinks available on the night.
Illuminating India, launched on 3 October 2017, is Science Museum's ambitious programme showcasing the impact of Indian civilisation on science, technology and mathematics.
The fourth edition of Folkestone Triennial opens 2 September until 5 November 2017, an ambitious public art exhibition and an eclectic autumn highlight.
Folkestone Triennial 2017, double edge is made up of 19 new site-specific commissions from a range of UK and international artists, some of which will remain in the coastal town as part of its expanding collection, Folkestone Artworks.
On 6 July 2017, Brumpic are launching the region’s first Culture Card. This exciting new membership scheme gives card holders exclusive offers, discounts and access to the very best arts, culture and heritage in the West Midlands and beyond.
Arts on the Waterway encourages talented artists and producers to slow down, reflect and present great art across the waterways cared for by the Canal & River Trust.
Four maps from RAMM’s collections will allow Minecraft enthusiasts to explore historic Exeter. The first is based on the model of 18th-century Exeter before the city walls were breached. The three future maps are of the Roman fortress, the Roman city and Tudor Exeter.
Minecraft Museum Day