Stunning 17th century Japanese gartments, international haute couture and costumes from Star Wars come together in a major V&A exhibition on kimono fashion as of 29 February 2020.
Thousands of artworks to be exhibited on a new digital platform from March 2020, many which will be online exclusives.
Following the success of their 2018 exhibition “Where We Live”, artists Brian Reinker, Laurence Causse-Parsley and Tom Cox are getting back together to bring their unique brand of urban narratives and worldly landscapes to the Fitzrovia Gallery.
Celebrating the artist’s centenary, Alfred Cohen: An American Artist in Europe is the first London exhibition of Cohen’s work since his retrospective nearly 20 years ago. At the Arcade at Bush House, King's College London from the 16 March to 22 May.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) is launching two captioned training programmes to take place at Tate in 2020.
Local experienced arts administrators and curators are welcome to apply for the two programmes.
Celebrating its sixth year, Arab Women Artists Now (AWAN) festival, which runs from the 5 -29 March, offers a rich programme of visual art, music, theatre, comedy, spoken word, panel discussions and workshops by contemporary Arab women artists. Venues across London include Rich Mix, The Arab British Centre, The Book Club and the Queen of Hoxton.
The festival aims to increase understanding around Arab women’s diverse realities and concerns, while providing a more nuanced narrative surrounding the Arab region and its peoples.
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British Council has launched two digital arts-focused open call opportunities for 2020. Details and how to apply for them are below.
AMPLIFY Digital Arts Initiative is an initiative developed by the British Council in partnership with MUTEK (Canada/Argentina) and Somerset House Studios (UK). Since 2018, the programme has connected an active network in Argentina, Canada, Mexico, Venezuela, Peru and the UK.
Coventry City of Culture Trust, the Thames Festival Trust and Open Theatre will be working with the eight Special Needs schools in Coventry and their students to celebrate Coventry’s historic River Sherbourne. This project will form part of the City of Culture schools programme.
They are seeking a Coventry-based artist (or artists) or an arts organisation to deliver a programme of high-quality art workshops based around river and environmental studies with the eight schools. The work produced will be exhibited as part of Coventry City of Culture in 2020 and 2021.
Totally Thames is an annual season of diverse and accessible arts and culture throughout the month of September along the 42-mile stretch of the Thames. It is curated and managed by Thames Festival Trust, working collaboratively with artists, local communities, river interest organisations and businesses to bring the river to life every September.