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The story of the Toyism movement

"A style or direction in art does not arise from one day to another, but often evolves as a compliment or reaction to other styles."

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...

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...
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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...

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...

NCAD Graduates shortlisted for the British Book Design & Production Awards 2017

Three recent graduates of BA Visual Communication at the National College of Art and Design (NCAD), Dublin have been shortlisted in the Best Student Book category...

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

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,...

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...

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...

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.

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