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LSE unveils new Richard Wilson sculpture, ‘Square the Block’

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'Turning The Place Over' - sculpture

Richard Wilson RA, one of Britain’s most renowned sculptors, revealed his ambitious five storey-high work at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) to the public , ready for it’s launch today (21st September 2009). Richard Wilson’s major…

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Cupar Arts Festival promises to be a feast for the senses.

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“Be prepared to be transported out of your comfort zone.” 2009 sees the second year of the CuparArts Festival.  Running from 10 – 25 October, the themes central to this ambitious event are innovation and experimentation.  It is the unique…

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‘Weaving Within’ – Stirling Castle and The Smith Gallery and Museum

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‘Weaving Within’ – Stirling Castle and The Smith Gallery and Museum 12th, September – 8th November 2009 The British Tapestry Group (BTG) is holding an exhibition of small format tapestries woven by its members, across the two venues of Stirling…

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Commission opportunity worth 200k open to artists!

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Following Enfield Council’s search for an artist to design at Florence Hayes Recreation Ground, another opportunity to secure a commission has arisen; this time the commission is worth £200,000.  In order to welcome people into Enfield from the South West,…

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Call to artists to submit public art design – make your mark!

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Have you always dreamed of designing a piece of public art which will stand the test of time and be seen by generations to come?  Here’s a fantastic opportunity for artists to design a piece of public art to be…

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How To Deal with rejections, make negotiations and take your future into your own hands!

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Following our first ‘How To…’ feature on getting art into galleries, we’ve received a lot of positive feedback to the advice given by our members Anne Magill and Cecil Rice. Luckily for us, they willingly and very kindly agreed to allow…

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Miss Aniela – When life and art collide….

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In June, we featured an upcoming exhibition by Miss Aniela, a photographer whose sensual and mysterious self-portraits have attracted many admirers.  ‘Neurotica’ is currently running till 31st August 2009 at the Impure Art Gallery in Brighton.  Impure Art is the…

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How To Get Your Art Into The Public Eye

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In the first article in the ‘How To….’ series, we’ll be exploring the difficult (and often daunting) task of getting your artwork into galleries  – or if that’s not your bag, how to get it into the public arena and…

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Dan Fone Post 4 – Writing

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Just had my MA assessment. The show opens this week. These have been frantically busy times. They’ve been fun, though, by and large. I’m now having to gear up to meet the world beyond my MA. Ouch. We’ve had visits…

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KA-POW! Han’s pop-art is still exploding into the galleries!

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In this week’s interview, we’re talking pop-art with a successful artist specialising in this unique genre.  Hans has experienced great success with his work and with love of all-things-retro very much ‘in the now’, his art is encompassing a wider…

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A very (im)proper exhibition…

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The UK’s only erotic art gallery, Impure Art, which is based in the cosmopolitan settings of Brighton, is about to launch an exciting exhibition with an even more exciting new talent! The exhibition explores a series of arresting and sensual…

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Student Art Shows 2009

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There’s still time to catch some of the Graduate art shows this year.  These shows are not just for the students to show off their hard work to the public; it’s a chance for us to see some of the…

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Alight on the shore!

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In March this year, The Artists Web featured the work of Clare Lynn, whose light installations have been creating quite a stir amongst their viewers!  Clare’s love of changing the atmosphere and look of often dark, neglected areas with hundreds…

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Dan Fone, Post 3 – The Vicious Circles

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It’s been a while since my last post and the reason for that is the increasing pace of my Digital Arts MA. We’ll be putting up the final show in pretty much exactly one month. This raises one of the…

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Brass Monkeys are warm with success despite the cold credit climate

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In this week’s Spotlight, I’ve been invited to the home of all things silver, precious and beautiful.  Brass Monkeys was launched 18 months ago as a shop/workshop in Hove, the brainchild of Sam Maund and Jenifer Wall, following the impressive (albeit freezing)…

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