Victoria Miro is delighted to participate in Art Basel's first iteration of Online Viewing Rooms.
Festival UK* 2022 is calling for scientists, technologists, engineers, artists and mathematicians from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales to come together and collaborate on creative ideas.
Festival UK* 2022 wants creative teams made up of organisations and individuals from across the STEAM sectors to apply to take part in a paid R&D project to create compelling, ambitious and jaw-dropping public engagement acts on a global-scale.
The team behind the UK Pavilion at World Expo Dubai is inviting anyone in the world to contribute to a crowd-sourced musical piece that showcases the sounds of humanity for use as part of the huge world-class installation of the Pavilion.
In October and November, a large collective of UK theatre companies will present a series of theatrical events called 'Signal Fires' at locations across the UK in celebration of the need to tell stories.
The companies will be working with hundreds of UK freelancers with each 'fire' will span different disciplines reflecting the breadth and diversity of the theatrical touring circuit. Each will be presented outdoors in front of socially distanced live audiences, or digitally for those who are shielding or currently unable to travel.
Wales Arts International, the international agency of the Arts Council of Wales, are inviting tenders to write a roadmap for a research project which will develop a model for measuring the impact of international cultural activity on the goals of the Well-being of Future Generations Act.
More details and application details here. Read a summary and key information below.
The Royal Court Theatre is reopening with a 'Living Newspaper' based on a historical US theatre project, with three weekly performances across six weeks in November live at the Royal Court and accessible online at home. These performances will be led by writers, and working with freelance artists – actors, designers, stage managers, technicians and choreographers.
British Council is seeking a British or UK-based curator to create and co-produce the next edition of its online-only platform for supporting creativity in digital art, PlayUK. With a focus on new work, proposals should come from individuals or collectives for a programme to showcase, exchange knowledge and share new practices in the process of game-making that connects UK and Western Balkan creatives.
Poet Yomi Sode interviews Hafsah Aneela Bashir and Anthony Joseph about first albums and guilty pleasures in his popular and insightful series that has reached tens of thousands via Instagram Live in recent months.
For September and October 2020 we’ve invited the Jerwood Compton Poetry Fellows to take over the Jerwood Arts channels.
Southbank Centre is running a three-month series of multi-arts events entitled Inside Out, all broadcast from Royal Festival Hall and other venues from 17 September to 30 December.
The autumn season of over 40 multi-arts events bringing music, literature, and comedy back to the Royal Festival Hall for the first time since closure on 17 March, including:
The UK in JAPAN 2019-20 season, a high-profile and ambitious campaign to further strengthen the bilateral relationship and deepen the partnership between the UK and Japan as forward-looking global leaders, was launched in September 2019 after its official announcement when Prime Minister Abe visited the UK in January 2019.