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Opportunity to build fundraising expertise for Dublin’s Community Organisations

DUBLIN’S CULTURE CONNECTS & BUSINESS TO ARTS OFFER COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD FUNDRAISING EXPERTISE Dublin City Council’s Dublin’s Culture Connects and Business to Arts are calling on...
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Dublin takes the lead in European schools project

Dublin’s Culture Connect: EU Lab funding success will see Dublin City Council join with five EU partners to develop Visual Thinking Strategies. Dublin will be...

Discovering Myanmar’s contemporary art culture with Marie-Pierre Mol

After decades of self-imposed isolation by a military-dominated regime, Myanmar/ Burma (a former British colony from 1824 to 1948) finally opened up in 2010....

Ouroboros … Art Connecting Across Nations

UK artist Nicola Anthony, uses 10,000 ping pong balls to create sculpture for the 28th biennial Southeast Asian Games Over 10,000 ping pong balls, 5000 people, and...

An art workshop in Paril Nowada – Mariva Zacharof

International award-winning Greek artist, Mariva Zacharof held an art workshops with a group of 80 children in the village of Paril Nowada, Manikganj District...

Welcome news as NCAD appoints new Director

The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) in Dublin, Ireland announced the appointment of Sarah Glennie as its new Director. She will take up her...

Richard Mosse in Conversation with Trevor Tweeten and Ben Frost

Conceptual artist Richard Mosse has been awarded the 2017 Prix Pictet for his Heat Maps, a series of panoramic images. They were shown at the...

Fresh Face of Black Swan Arts

Black Swan Arts is going through some exciting changes that build on its growing reputation as one of Somerset’s leading arts centres. (Featured Image above:...

MAP1: WATERWAYS

Date/Time: 9 June 2017, 10am-6pm Performances Venue: Palazzo Pisani a Santa Marina, Venice, Italy & various outdoor locations. Artists: Libita Clayton, Lynn Lu, Paul Maheke, Boedi...

We were there: Conflict Café

Kicking off a season of events based around Syria: a conflict explored, the Imperial War Museum, London hosted a pop-up Café: Conversations about Syria. There...

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