Slow Art Workshop is offering people of any age, curious about any kind of art, the exclusive opportunity not only to look at it, but to handle it.
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.
Sotheby’s Launches an Annual Prize of up to $250,000 to Help Museums Break New Ground
Sotheby’s has launched an annual prize to support and encourage ground-breaking, thought-provoking exhibitions and curatorial initiatives. Extending up to a maximum value of $250,000, the grant will be available to institutions, curators and museum directors with ambitions to realise trailblazing, potentially landscape-changing, projects in the cultural field.
Ashford-based company AΦE is touring new show 'Whist' which merges the latest technology with traditional arts to explore stories inspired by some of Sigmund Freud's real life case studies. It's premiere was in April 2017 and will tour in the summer starting in London on 23–25 June followed by Bournemouth, Stuttgart and Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
An hour-long "experience", it includes virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR), physical theatre, an art installation and a cinematic 360° film.
Brexit, Trump, 'post-truth' politics... 2016 gave us plenty to rail against. In this, the centenary year of the Russian Revolution, we invite artists, thinkers and curators to respond to the theme of 'revolution' through performance, discussion and music.
Experience something different in your own city.
This summer, we bring you a series of festivals and events that celebrate and showcase music, theatre, dance, spoken word, talks and film from around the world. You might recognise a few familiar faces and friends of Rich Mix - and we very much hope that you'll be inspired to try something completely new.
Tate has announced its 2018 season across four of its galleries. Exhibitions by ground-breaking figures in painting, performance, textiles, film and photography include Picasso, Egon Schiele, Virginia Woolf and more, as well as the annual Hyundai Commission for the Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern. Exhibitions announced are below.
Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) is embracing Arts Awards to support and encourage young people to grow as artists and arts leaders. This May half term, there is a free offer on the introductory Discover Award, a certificate aimed at primary school aged children.
Discover is the first of five Arts Award levels. Together the levels are designed to inspire young people aged up to 25 to connect with and take part in the wider arts world. Arts Awards is a national programme offering challenges in all art forms - from fashion to digital art, pottery to poetry.