From 18 to 29 June, the Menier Gallery in London will be hosting Material Evidence, an exhibition of new works by Quilt Art.
As part of Hong Kong Arts Month in March 2019, French-Italian fashion brand Moncler got fashion and style online magazine Hypebeast together with street culture icon and streetwear designer Hiroshi Fujiwara and art critic Hans Ulrich Obrist for a talk on 'Imagination in the Digital Age'.
You can watch the fascinating discussion below or by clicking here.
RISE is the name for the platform, organisation and year of activity celebrating inspirational women in Liverpool and abroad.
British Council is offering a two-week residency in Japan to five chosen UK-based artists as part of the UK in Japan 2019-20 season. The residency will take place over two weeks from 5-18 October 2019.
Download application details here. Deadline for applications is 7 May at 4pm. Follow all instructions to be considered for the residency. Summary of the residency is included below.
Art Basel took place in Hong Kong on 26–31 March, alongside satellite show Art Central.
Art Basel Hong Kong presented modern and contemporary art in a variety of mediums from the world's top galleries, as well as augmenting the programme with curated projects from the Asia and Asia-Pacific region, exhibitions from emerging artists, large scale sculptures and installations, as well as short films, art publications and talks. You can watch the highlights from Art Basel in the video below.
Portobello Wall Public Art Project
The Portobello Wall Public Art Project is an annual public art commission for a stretch of brick wall linking two of the most vibrant and well known market areas in London: Portobello Road and Golborne Road. Since the introduction of this project in 2009, successful installations have created a visual link between these two unique markets, and attract over 1.3 million visitors each year.
William Fowler, curator of Artists' Moving Image at the British Film Institute, was invited to China to give a series of talks on the BFI/LUX This is Now touring programme. He tells us more about the trip and about the appetite for artists' moving image in China.
National Theatre Wales (NTW) is looking for up to 13 "adventurous and collaborative" artists for a two-week residency on climate change to kick start fresh artistic responses to the "most urgent issue of our times".
Egin is a partnershup between NTW and Natural Resources Wales with support from the National Trust, British Council Wales and Snowdonia National Park, where the residency will take place. The residency will draw on the landscape, social history of the area and insight from active local communities.
The call-out is for any Welsh or Wales-based artists who are:
“I believe we feel safest when we go inside ourselves and find home, a place where we belong and maybe the only place where we really do”
— Maya Angelou
For his first London Solo Exhibition, Bristol-based artist Thomas Dowdeswell is delving deep into the theme of ‘People who live with their heads in boxes’, inspired by worldwide political events.