i must be missing the point is the first solo exhibition of works from BAS artist in residence, Louis D'Arcy-Reed - 22 March, 18.00 to 17.00, 4 April 2017, Bath Artists’ StudiosSee more details >
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The Burlington Contemporary Art Writing Prize seeks to discover talented young writers on contemporary art, with the winner receiving £1000 and the opportunity to publish a review of a contemporary art exhibition.See more details >
Call For Artwork Submissions - Telling in Full Exhibition, part of the Lancaster Words Festival 2017
As part of the Lancaster Words Festival 2017, we invite you to provide illumination; to look into the textural shadows of literature and pull out something half-glimpsed, or to cast something in a striking new light. Turning the notion of ekphrasis on its head, we are looking for Fine Art re-expressions of literary works of your choice.
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This one-day symposium which is being held in conjunction with the Georgiana Houghton: Spirit Drawings exhibition will bring together a range of artists, curators, art historians and historians of spiritualism to explore the connections between art, spiritualism and creativity in the nineteenth century to the present day.See more details >
How do artists of African and Asian descent in Britain feature in the story of twentieth century art? The Now & Then, Here & There conference will address the understated connections between black British artists’ practice and the work of art’s relationship to modernism.See more details >
The Museums Association Conference & Exhibition is the largest event of its kind in Europe for museums and heritage professionals. Over 1,500 senior staff discuss the latest issues, discover new practice and meet the world’s leading suppliers and consultants.See more details >
Global Surrealism | Convening Session November 4–5, 2016 - In Fall 2020 the Art Institute of Chicago and Tate Modern will present an exhibition dedicated to the topic of Global Surrealism. To begin to address our goals, we will organize a two-day, closed-door convening session in Chicago on November 4-5, 2016.See more details >
Exhibition - Bountiful Invention: drawings by Gilles-Marie Oppenord (1676-1742) and Juste-Aurèle Meissonnier (1695-1750)
Bountiful Invention: drawings by Gilles-Marie Oppenord (1676-1742) and Juste-Aurèle Meissonnier (1695-1750)See more details >
Kate Malone, one of the UK’s leading ceramic artists, will exhibit new work inspired by the gardens, collections and archive at Waddesdon. She has drawn inspiration from many elements of the collections, including Sèvres porcelain, works on paper and passementerie (decorative tassles, braids and fringing). The exhibition will recreate in clay the theatre of gourds and squashes created every autumn at Eythrope, the nearby private garden created by Alice de Rothschild in the late 19th century.See more details >
Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild’s ‘Renaissance Museum’ was full of objects made of precious materials: hardstones, minerals, silver and gold. While the bulk of this collection was bequeathed to the British Museum on his death in 1898, examples of these extraordinary objects are still to be found at Waddesdon, in collections inherited from other members of the Rothschild family, and in the fabric of the building itself.See more details >