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Arts and culture bring people together, through sharing perspectives and appealing to wide audiences. There are plenty of UK organisations and events that are actively pushing to include a greater spectrum of people from differing backgrounds and experiences.
2019's Turner Prize shortlist of four artists has been announced ahead of their respective works being exhibited at Margate's Turner Contemporary from 28 September 2019 until 12 January 2020, with the winner to be revealed on 3 December 2019.
The finalists are:
The 17th annual London Design Festival takes place 14–22 September 2019 at V&A where curated collections of displays and installations and the Global Design Forum will showcase innovative, breathtaking British design. Various locations in the city will also play host to signature projects.
Design Districts, Landmark Projects, Festival Commissions and other special projects are the key attractions throught the city and this year's are:
Manchester artist Ian Rayer-Smith's latest London solo exhibition, Fragments of a Narrative, will be taking place at Cadogan Contemporary in Kensington from 10 to 29 June.
Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy has just launched a new round of Networks Funding for 2019.
Applications are now open for groups or networks across England to receive support for the development of a fundraising training event, conference, seminar or introductory meeting. Organisations and groups can apply up for grants of up to £1,000 and £2,000 depending on the size of the event.
Did you know that Waddesdon Manor houses an outstanding collection of Dutch paintings?
Among Waddesdon’s treasures are French paintings by Antoine Watteau (1684-1721), Jean-Siméon Chardin (1699-1779) and François Boucher (1703-1770), and English portraits by Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792), Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) and George Romney (1734-1802), line its walls.
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.
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