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If you go down to the quarries today, ….

you are sure for a VERY big surprise! Read about background to step in stone step in stone art trails open in Mendip’s Halecombe and...

From East to the BARBICAN

Live art interventions take to the streets… From East to the BARBICAN Curated by Something Human 21-23 AUGUST, 2015 Barbican, London Presented as part of INTERFACES, in partnership...

Ex parte – Take the tour

Ex parte – What are experiences of those who have travelled from their homeland to another, and can examine at once, the perspectives of...

Mind the gap – Lorraine Fossi

Lorraine Fossi grew up in Paris into a family of architects. She studied architecture at the 'Beaux Arts' and graduated in 1989. She moved...

AN EXHIBITION WITH SINGAPOREAN & BRITISH ARTISTS

EX PARTE: NEW EXHIBITION WITH SINGAPOREAN & BRITISH ARTISTS This event has now ended: Read Ex Parte feature  In the year of Singapore’s 50th Anniversary of independence,...

UK artist Nicola Anthony .. 10,000 ping pong ball sculpture

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

THE MUSE GALLERY PRESENTS …

 THE MUSE GALLERY PRESENTS ... Read 16 / 15 blog Article here  12th February – 1st March 2015 Thursday – Sunday 12-6pm or by appointment 269 Portobello...
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“Art, views & trails – a winning combination”

To follow the latest news and updates on this project Check out our new blog here. Step in Stone by fionacampbell "I am delighted that the...

International Symposium of painting

PRESS RELEASE - Three Greek women Artistes at the International Symposium of painting in Romania, organized by Tudor Musatescu House of Culture based Campulung Muscel, in collaboration with the Arts Symposium I. D. Negulici and the Club ALZIAR.

A look at the art of Fiona Campbell

Born and bred in Kenya, Fiona Campbell now lives and works in Somerset. She graduated with distinction in Fine Art, Sculpture from the Byam Shaw...

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