“When I talk about arts and mental health, 3 things usually happen…”

Artistic Director of Mean Feet Dance, Viv Gordon, debunks the “the irritating assumption” that art relating to mental health is for therapy of self and not entertainment of other The Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival this year comes with the … Continue reading

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FutureEverything unveils new art commission for Manchester by emerging artist Naho Matsuda

every thing every time   Tuesday 30 May 2017, Manchester: FutureEverything is unveiling a new art commission by emerging artist Naho Matsuda for CityVerve, titled every thing every time. Naho Matsuda, is one of seven artists selected as part of … Continue reading

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2 Degrees Festival

CARBON CAPTURE | DANIEL GOSLING Bring a strong bag, take away as much anthracite coal as you want, bury it somewhere WHO | Artist DANIEL GOSLING has previously created work around a 34 day padyatra (protest walk) from Bhopal to Delhi organised by a … Continue reading

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The Art of Climate Change

2 Degrees Festival celebrates art inspired by the most urgent issue of our time   What does climate change taste like and how does it sound? What can school children teach us about the future of the planet? Bury coal … Continue reading

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Smart Oxford Playable City® Commission open for submissions

Smart Oxford Playable City® Commission open for submissions The Smart Oxford Playable City Commission puts people and play at the heart of the City of Oxford, inviting creatives from around the world to respond to the theme of the Shared … Continue reading

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Men in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) at a crossroads, reveals ground-breaking multi-country study on the state of male-female relations in the MENA region

Beirut, Lebanon – A multi-country study in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) – covering Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon, and Palestine – reveals the reality of men’s lives behind the headlines. While a majority of men surveyed in the four … Continue reading

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Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) welcomes an extraordinary assembly of 80 sculptures by British-Trinidadian artist Zak Ové

Zak Ové Media Release Black and Blue: The Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness 8 April 2017–3 June 2018 Lower Park Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) welcomes an extraordinary assembly of 80 sculptures by British-Trinidadian artist Zak Ové. Black and … Continue reading

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Zak Ove’s Moko Jumbie sculptures permanently installed at British Museum – the first time for a major contemporary work by a Caribbean artist

Zak Ové’s Moko Jumbie figures are the first major contemporary works by a Caribbean artist on display in the Sainsbury African Galleries. As part of the Celebrating Africa season at the British Museum in 2015 the UK-Trinidadian artist Zak Ové … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day 2017 (IWD) is upon us #BeBoldForChange

International Women’s Day 2017 (IWD) is upon us #BeBoldForChange. How brilliant it is to see the media online and otherwise engaging so fully with the day and all that it represents. The buzz and excitement for IWD is palpable with so many … Continue reading

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The Ageas International Salisbury Arts Festival 2017: Full programme unveiled

As winter thaws and the darkness gives way to the first glimmers of spring… With pleasure, we announce the vibrant and eclectic programme that sees the city of Salisbury resound with artistic encounters of all kinds: the Ageas International Salisbury … Continue reading

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