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The south London art college that gave the world the ‘Camberwell School’

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Camberwell School of Arts

Camberwell, one of London’s many historically acclaimed art colleges, has developed some of the country’s most accomplished artists.

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What is beauty in art—and does it still matter?

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How have notions of beauty evolved in art down the centuries, and what do they tell us about the beauty of the art of today?

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Free 2019 June Arts Events

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of June, submitted by the ArtWeb community: Sculpture On & Off the Wall An exhibition of 24 contemporary 2D and 3D sculpture in any medium produced by women artists who…

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What Is the Role of the Male Nude in the Art of Today?

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It’s fair to say that the male nude in art has undergone something of a chequered history.

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Free 2019 May Art Events

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of May, submitted by the ArtWeb community: Daphne Sandham in Print Exhibition by ArtWeb member Daphne Sandham of prints (both new and from the archive), etchings, silk screen, lithographs, collagraphs,…

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Why Does It Make So Much Sense to Paint with Acrylics?

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Acrylic is the painting medium that many of those who casually dabble in the discipline are most familiar with—and for good reason.

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Free 2019 April Art Events

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of April, submitted by the ArtWeb community: National Association of Women Artists – Pushing Paint 44 oil and acrylic paintings produced by NAWA members and non-members from all over the…

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The Many Wonderful Ways Artists Have Used Ink Down the Years

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As a drawing and painting medium, ink has been available to us for as long as almost any alternative.

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Free Art Events for March 2019

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of March, submitted by the ArtWeb community: National Association of Women Artists – Visual Biography: Women’s Narrative An exhibition of 22 contemporary works in 2D and 3D media by NAWA…

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How major cities shape up for artists: Berlin

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What terms could possibly best sum up Berlin as an artists’ destination? After all, with its cultural stock having been built up over the years by such a large proportion of incomers, one could argue that in many ways, Berlin’s…

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Seeing Spots at the Yayoi Kusama Museum

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Yayoi Kusama Museum Japan

Free of interference from the outside world, the inside of the infinity box almost feels like it could be another dimension.

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How major cities shape up for artists: London

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London remains home to many of the world’s most significant artistic institutions and events, but is it the right city for you as an artist?

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How Major Cities Shape Up For Artists: Madrid

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One only needs to wander around the capital to see all manner of colour and creativity.

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Free Art Events for November 2018

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of November, submitted by the ArtWeb community: A Light Less Pale A solo exhibition by ArtWeb member Richard Whadcock. Dates Nov 10 – 28, 2018 | Gallery hours Mon-Fri 10am-4pm…

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The CWAJ’s 62nd Contemporary Japanese Print Show

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Host of Japan’s most prestigious contemporary print fair, the College Women’s Association of Japan is a little-known powerhouse of an organisation supporting women and the visually impaired in the country. Connected through a love of English, members of the CWAJ…

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