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.
As part of our charitable work to support artists the RBSA stages various open exhibitions annually. The Open All Media is one of the most popular and attracts entries from across the UK. It provides a range of artists with the opportunity to exhibit their work and be recognised for their talent. Works in all media except photography are accepted, including: jewellery, ceramics, sculpture, textiles, drawing, painting and printmaking.
Six boroughs in London will receive over £11 million in funds to support artists and small creative businesses as the city’s first Creative Enterprise Zones (CEZ).
The CEZs are expected to create 3,500 new jobs, 1,000 new training, job and education opportunities for residents, and over 40,000 square metres of new affordable workspace.
The boroughs named as CEZs are:
For its third edition, the Talented Art Fair is back at London’s Old Truman Brewery from 1 to 3 March 2019 and will feature special guests Lubna Speitan (Art Gemini Prize 2018 Winner), Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 finalist John Ball, award-winning photographic artist Marcus Jake and Oliver Winconeck, Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2017 contestant.
It's time to freshen up before the New Year arrives!
Calling all Culture Diary members - we would love your help to tidy up our membership data as we head into 2019. We will be sending out a 2019/2020 desktop calendar in January, and to receive one we need to make sure the below details are all ready for when it's time to mail them out to you.
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The City of Culture Trust's first campaign since winning its bid for UK City of Culture 2021 celebrates human rights 70 years since the signing of the UN Declaration of Human Rights, including a 14ft mobile illuminated poem which tours the city.
HENI Talks, led by former Deputy Mayor for Education and Culture of London, Munira Mirza, has won Apollo Magazine's Digital Innovation of the Year 2018.
The web platform, launched in April 2018, curates and hosts an ongoing series of video talks from experts in their field on art history across all disciplines. Talks have been hosted by people like Damien Hirst, Tristram Hunt from V&A, Elena Crippa from Tate, Hans Ulrich Obrist at the Serpentine, and Ralph Rugoff of the Hayward Gallery.
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.
The Scottish Government, City of Edinburgh Council and Edinburgh Festivals have formed and will finance the PLACE (Platforms for Creative Excellence) programme, intended to increase the reach of the renowned annual festivals' work. They have committed £15 million across the next five years. PLACE will be supported and administered by Creative Scotland.
Projects announced to recieve money from the first three years of funding (£5.8 million) are: