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".....Shell sponsorship and censorship at Southbank Centre?
On 29th June, the Arts Council England finally announced its new "Catalyst Arts" philanthropy programme, aimed at pushing arts organisations towards a US-style corporate and private…
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"Turku365 is an urban art project that utilises and employs public spaces. The approximately 160 artworks of the project will be part of everyday life of the inhabitants of Turku in 2011. The artworks and performances, envisioned by the Turku365 artistic director Meiju Niskala, are carried out by approximately 2,600…Continue
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"Welcome to test, demo!
Crabgrass enables social change organizations to get things done, get the word out, collaborate, and network. Edit your profile
Let other people know more about you by editing your public or private profiles. Upload a user icon
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"REFF RomaEuropa FakeFactory is a project started in 2008, confronting the themes of critical, active and creative innovation in the areas of cultural and technological policies. It has now become the first instance of a new form of publishing, edited as a co-production between FakePress and Derive&Approdi, between Augmented Reality, Ubiquitous Publishing, innovative and…Continue
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"The Artists' Toolkit is a place where you can find information on how you can develop and support your career as an artist. Find tips on how to fund your project, how to promote yourself, ways of making a living, along with useful links to resources and contract and budget templates, stories from experienced professionals, and step-by-step…Continue
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"In the late 1980s, Mr. Kentridge began creating his signature animated films known as “drawings in motion,” which reflect the history and social circumstances of South Africa. One of his early creations, a series of films featuring the character Soho Eckstein, tells of the pains inflicted by the history of his home…Continue
"This website holds all the resources related to Sustainable Ability – a project to help drive forward transformative responses to resource scarcity and climate change from individuals and organisations working in the arts. It is intended as another point of connection in the growing network of support designed to help the UK’s cultural and creative sector.
In this site you will find:
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"..... Chichester Creative Network is a new online magazine which exists to support the creative industries in Chichester and West Sussex; including art, design, photography animation, fashion, music, film, theatre and marketing.
The aim of the magazine is to provide a…
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"For over 20 years, PLATFORM has been bringing together environmentalists, artists, human rights campaigners, educationalists and community activists to create innovative projects driven by the need for social and environmental justice.
This interdisciplinary approach combines the transformatory power of art with the tangible goals of campaigning, the rigour of in-depth research with the vision to…
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"Antony Gormley will be the first sculptor to be a Reith lecturer and, for that matter, the first practising visual artist to do so. He has, of course, broadcast before (quite a bit on Radio 3) and has much to say about art and culture."
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"Think Make Share
Eyebeam is the leading not-for-profit art and technology center in the United States.
Founded in 1997, Eyebeam was conceived as a non-profit art and technology center dedicated to exposing broad and diverse audiences to new technologies and media arts, while simultaneously establishing and demonstrating new media as a significant genre of cultural production.
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" We are proud to be supporting Angela Palmer's spectacular contribution to the debate on deforestation and climate change. Art communicates on a level that can go beyond data and scientific findings, and Ghost Forest will offer a deep emotional resonance for all that see it."
Moira Sinclair, Executive Director, the Arts Council England
Ghost Forest is a major art installation consisting…
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"You are invited to submit articles and artworks for a new issue of the Leonardo Electronic Almanac edited by FutureEverything. This is a dedicated edition of the leading online journal exploring the FutureEverything 2010 themes of the city and open data. Deadline extended to 10 September 2010"
"Cities today are vast repositories of information,…Continue
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"The Offshoots Symphony
is a sound art/acousmatic project running over the course of one year from March 2010 to March 2011. Over this…Continue
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