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    Category: Art

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    Islington Tribune

    A YEAR-long project that has seen five artists develop their skills to produce striking portraits, stained glass still-lifes and Alberto Giacometti-inspired sculptures is culminating in an exhibition ...

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    Echo Live ie

    A PROVOCATIVE exhibition to raise awareness of domestic abuse is coming to St. Mary’s Church, Carrigaline later this month as part of a national tour.

    Entitled Souls Of Our Shoes ...

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    Cumbria Crack

    A Barrow arts charity has been awarded £230,000 to continue its work over the next three years.

    Art Gene, based in the Nan Tait Centre on Abbey Road, has been given £239,957 ...

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    Exmouth Journal

    A new not-for-profit art organisation has opened a new gallery in Exmouth.

    Sea Dog Art is run by Anne Fitzgerald and Ellie and officially opened with a launch party on Friday, ...

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    The Leader

    A free art trail across Flintshire and Denbighshire has returned this month hosting 66 artisans in 25 studios.

    The Clwydian Creatives Art Trail runs every weekend in September ...

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    PTSD UK

    27th June marks International PTSD Awareness Day and to honour this, PTSD UK are launching their first art book to help people understand more about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – a condition ...

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    The Guardian

    Artist Gail Turpin isn’t an expert on birds, but she loved hearing their song more clearly when walking her dog around Edinburgh as traffic stopped during lockdown. “I started gathering feathers ...

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    The Press and Jounal

    There’s an air of excitement around Gray’s School of Art as final-year students make the finishing touches to their exhibits ahead of today’s opening of the long-awaited “live” degree show to ...

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    Realism Today

    American landscape painter John MacDonald (coming soon to Realism Live!) shares five things that have become normal throughout his life as a professional artist.

    From Somewhat ...

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    FRIEZE

    As several galleries celebrate birthdays, Hettie Judah speaks to Barbican Stories and directors of BALTIC, ICA, Midlands Art Centre and Yorkshire Sculpture Park about founding principles and ...

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    Evening Standard

    Across the world, Wembley has long been synonymous with the, often very male-dominated, beautiful game.

    What probably springs to mind for most of us is something along the lines ...

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    The Courier

    Science meets art in Stobswell. The University of Dundee and Dundee Print Collective have teamed up in an illuminating exhibition that makes an art of science, and brings it to the likes of ...

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    DnG24

    A NEW display of pictures has gone on show in Lockerbie, a gift to the town from the family of the late solicitor, Ian Henderson.

    The artwork has been erected in Lockerbie Town ...

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    Cumnock Chronicle

    Art made by young people from Cumnock is being showcased at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh.

    Vibrant posters, prints and banners created by 20 pupils from ...

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    Hyperallergic

    Medieval imagery wasn’t meant to be funny when it was made hundreds of years ago, but all over Instagram it has been remixed, captioned, and somehow reads as peak hilarious — depending on your ...

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    Cyprus Mail

    A short video produced in Larnaca links a tiny corner of Athens with a massive organisation in Boston. And with luck will see similar projects linked to the new Cyprus Museum

    How ...

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    The Jerusalem Post

    A new study published in the peer-reviewed open-access scientific journal PLOS One found that prehistoric people used fire to carve artwork into stone.

    Researchers at the Universities ...

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    Northern Ireland World

    ABC Council is delivering a wide range of town centre improvements as part of its Arrivals Project in a bid to enhance the town’s physical environment, improve its linkages and capitalise on ...

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    The National

    Sand art on a Pembrokeshire beach has shared a striking message of support for the Ukraine.

    The 'Tenby Supports Ukraine' picture was created on the resort’s North Beach by local ...

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    Coin Telegraph

    With a set of creative skills and a personal computer, you can convert your digital art into NFTs.

    NFTs are nonfungible tokens. The adjective “nonfungible” is often used in economics ...

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    Art Daily

    AMSTERDAM. Following on from the great success of the previous online Tribal Art Fairs (TAF) held during lockdown in autumn 2020 and spring 2021, Tribal Art Fair online is scheduled to take ...

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    The Guardian

    The people of Odesa in Ukraine have placed hundreds of sandbags around the city’s bronze statue of Duke de Richelieu as they prepare for a Russian attack.

    The monument, unveiled ...

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    University of Oxford

    There has been an explosion of interest in ‘creative AI’, but does this mean that artists will be replaced by machines?

    No, definitely not, says Anne Ploin, Oxford Internet Institute ...

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    Art Review

    The artist and human rights activist discusses the power of writing, the poetry of his father, and the artworld’s self-serving ideologies

    Contemporary artist and human-rights ...

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    Mail Online

    How a mystery artist is transforming Australian beaches with his stunningly intricate sand drawings.

    A sand artist is making waves with his ethereal beach art.

    Edward ...

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    Daily Mail

    For decades he was spurned by a snobby art establishment and struggled to pay the rent — even worse, it took the French to spot Constable’s genius!

    Is this not beautiful?’ remarked ...

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    The Varsity

    Good or bad, in-between or neither, we respond to art for the way it makes us feel

    Is the question “Friends or How I Met Your Mother?” the modern-day version of “ ‘Mona Lisa’ ...

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    The Atlantic

    If someone asked whether you like the arts, you’d probably say you do—at least in theory. According to the advocacy group Americans for the Arts, more than two-thirds of U.S. adults say the ...

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    Cumbria Crack

    Artistic projects in parts of Cumbria are being encouraged to apply for funding to help rejuvenate culture after lockdown.

    The Westmorland Arts Trust, managed by Cumbria Community ...

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    The Hindu

    Kurma, an art showcase, is raising funds for the upkeep of six pairs of tortoises at the Nehru Zoological Park, Hyderabad.

    Thanks to an art show titled Kurma, six pairs of tortoises ...

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    HypeArt

    According to reports, a group of editors at Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia, do not believe nonfungible tokens (NFT) are a form of art.

    Questioning if NFTs can be considered ...

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    Sidmouth Herald

    A happy new year to everyone from the Sidmouth Society of Artists (SSA) and Exmouth Art Group (EAG), who are once again combining to start the year with a bang.

    On January 1, ...

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    The Straits Times

    The pandemic may have made shooting more difficult, but four photographers and directors have managed to juggle both their artistic pursuits as well as commercial projects.

    Whether ...

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    The Portugal News

    Algarve resident artist, Liz Allen, explains her unique art and how Monchique’s awe-inspiring landscape has served as great inspiration for her paintings and has been a place that has helped ...

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    The Impartial Reporter

    A new visual art area, showcasing a range of contemporary art, has opened at the Ardhowen theatre, Enniskillen.

    Working in collaboration with Fermanagh-based art gallery, Hambly ...

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    St Helens Star

    A GROUP of young women from St Helens will open a brand new art exhibition on Friday, December 10 in the former Tyrers Building exploring young people’s experiences.

    Produced ...

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    Cumbria Crack

    A Carlisle arts and crafts exhibition starts this weekend. StArt’s Wintertide Festive Arts & Crafts Exhibition will run from Saturday until Saturday December 11 in Intro’s pop-up shop space ...

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    The List

    According to Vogue, the spring/summer 2022 runways and street style encouraged the idea that style is about to become more "creative" and "authentic" than ever before, and ...

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    Painting

    Maisie Matilda is an expert of ForeEdge painting. What’s that? It’s using the page edges of a closed book as a mini-canvas and painting onto it, transforming the printed work into a unique piece ...

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    Ian Visits

    If you ever thought a section of high street shop shutter would never become a piece of art, then think again.

    Much of the frowned upon graffiti that decorates many a corner ...

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    New Food Magazine

    Each year, a third of food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted, amounting to about 1.3 billion tonnes of waste per year.

    This contributes a massive amount of greenhouse ...

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    TOLO News

    Two Kandahari sisters have turned their home into a painting and drawing centre as girls’ educational centres remain closed in Kandahar city.

    The sisters have learned the art ...

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    NHS

    The 'Now We’re Talking' campaign, run by the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust, was nominated for its free public art trails that took place across Herefordshire and ...

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    Bird Guides

    The Scottish Ornithologist Club is hosting a new solo art exhibition from tomorrow, November 11, 2021 through to January 9, 2022 at the Waterston House headquarters in Aberlady, featuring the ...

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    Ian Visits

    An exhibition is opening shortly in Highgate full of art inspired by the Northern line.

    Created by the group, East Finchley Open Artists, each artist was tasked with creating ...

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    York Press

    Green campaigners have set up an art stall in Parliament Street to coincide with the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.

    Passers-by are being provided with paper and arts materials ...

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    Groundup

    “I have never been to the DRC. I speak Sesotho fluently and a bit of Afrikaans but I am treated very differently by my peers.”

    Human rights organisation Africa Unite hosted an ...

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    Telegraph and Argus

    David Starley never expected to become an artist, in fact, he was encouraged to drop art altogether as it wasn’t deemed to be useful. Now, where have you heard that before artists?

    Thankfully, ...

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    The West Australian

    Art for the Animals is the inaugural art fundraising event to support For the Animals’ work to protect wildlife and habitat in one of the last remaining intact forests in Asia, the Southern ...

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    Creative Bloq

    Make striking vintage art digitally using 3D scanned He-Man toys.

    Creating vintage art can be achieved in many ways. But have you tried scanning old toys and painting over them ...

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    Nepali Times

    The Museum of Nepali Art’s live painting festival sets a precedent for art that supports a social cause.

    Art and artists from all genres are never slow to step into the breach ...

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    City AM

    It is telling, though perhaps unsurprising, that in a time of expanding digital exhibition spaces, curators, artists, and collectors still value face-to-face contact provided by art fairs. 

    Frieze ...

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    Construction Enquirer

    A brand new School of Art and Design for Nottingham’s Trent University has been given permission to go ahead, with construction planned to start early next year.

    The £35m construction ...

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    Arts & Collections

    An art historian and former dealer in antique art, Thomas González was always passionate about art. He considers himself as a translator between the finance and the art world.

    Both ...

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    Irvine Times

    Visual artists, designers, book binders, jewellers, textile artists and photographers in Ayrshire have returned to exhibit their work at the Harbour Arts Centre in Irvine after 18 months of ...

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    Love Scottish Art

    @LoveScottishArt is compiling a list of Scottish based artists, crafters etc.

    If you want to be included check out this Tweet:

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    The Art Newspaper

    There has been K-pop, K-cinema, K-tech and K-philosophy.

    Now there is K-art and it is much in evidence in London this week, notably at Frieze, which today announces Patrick Lee ...

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    Trinidad and Tobago Guardian

    The headwrap has been used in Nigeria since the early 1700s by women of all ages and status.

    The headwrap is now making a comeback as a popular fashion accessory with younger ...

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    The House

    The creative and cultural sector is a huge contributor to the wider economy.

    In the midst of ongoing global economic challenge we have an opportunity – and a duty – to reset ...

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