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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...

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...

Martyrs & Matryoshkas

Karina Akopyan TRUMAN BREWERY Unit 11, Dray Walk, Ely’s Yard, London E1 6QL 8th – 18th December 2016 (11am – 7pm daily) Martyrs & Matryoshkas is...

Stuart Semple bans Anish Kapoor from world’s pinkest paint

British artist Stuart Semple today released his own brand of pink paint, ‘PINK’, said to be the world’s pinkest pigment. PINK is available for...

THE MENDIP TRIANGLE

THE MENDIP TRIANGLE Reclaimed materials, inspiration from far off places and the natural landscape are common themes of ‘The Mendip Triangle’ – a group of...

Gold and Best Artisan Garden Awards at Chelsea Flower Show for Somerset Artists

Gold and Best Artisan Garden Awards at Chelsea Flower Show for Somerset Artists ‘...NOTHING - HALF SO MUCH WORTH DOING AS SIMPLY MESSING ABOUT IN...

SOMERSET ARTISTS CLINCH CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW COMMISSION

Artistic duo Fiona Campbell and Nick Weaver, who worked together on ‘step in stone’, an ambitious art in quarries project in Somerset, have been...

Artists announced for Jerwood Open Forest

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Reflecting on the Arts Events of 2015

Happy new year from The Artiscape Magazine. ... As 2015 has drawn to a close, the Artiscape looks back at the highlights of the year...

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