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British Artist shortlisted for Sovereign Asian Art Prize 2018

Singapore-based British Artist Nicola Anthony is among the 30 finalists in the 2018 Sovereign Asian Art Prize announced by Sovereign Art Foundation in Hong...

Irish Heritage Council launched its programme for European Year of Cultural...

On 29th of January, the Irish Heritage Council launched its programme for European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 According to a Eurobarometer survey, Irish people have...

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Great Soul, a sculpture by British Artist Nicola Anthony to feature...

Nicola Anthony's Great Soul a sculpture created in 2014 has been selected as part of the Field Trip Project exhibition, at KL Biennale. The Kuala Lumpur Biennale, opens today, Thursday,...

Dublin’s Culture Connects: The National Neighbourhood Launch

The second wave of the highly successful culture in the community initiative was launched by Lord Mayor of Dublin, Ardmhéara Micheál Mac Donncha at...

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Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas, Palmyra

Palmyra Review – A Story of power, ego and revenge

Written and performed by French actor Bertrand Lesca and Greek actor Nasi Voutsas, Palmyra is a play about destruction, power, ego and revenge. The...

Instructions for border crossing: Review

He asks her “What are you afraid of?” She asks “you want me to tell you here … in front of all these people?” “Yes”, he...

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“Christianity, Spirituality and the Other”

The Mdina Cathedral Contemporary Art Biennale, with APS Bank as Main Partner, will take place from 13 November 2015 to 7 January 2016 in...

Interview with artist Joesph Hawa

"Art is not only brush and paint... it is how we think, which gives us, plenty of satisfaction to be very happy in life"

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Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas, Palmyra

Palmyra Review – A Story of power, ego and revenge

Written and performed by French actor Bertrand Lesca and Greek actor Nasi Voutsas, Palmyra is a play about destruction, power, ego and revenge. The...

The Country Wife: review

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