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1st encounter with live-relay theatre, reflection & comparison of 3 forms of audience experience of The Tempest

My first encounter with live-relay theatre. A personal reflection and comparison of three forms of audience experience when watching a play, in this case The Tempest by Shakespeare, depending on where we view it and the delivery method used. 1,323 more words

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György gordon: A Retrospective

On the 6th February I made a short trip to Leeds University to visit their gallery, looking for inspiration and new artists, it was here that I found György Gordon’s work. 507 more words

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“The Conceit of Memory," Brittany Ann Campbell & Zachariah Szabo @ Walter E. Tehrune Gallery

Memory is a tricky thing; we put so much faith in something so malleable. We are always so confident of our memories, of their authority and our ownership of them. 572 more words

Brittany Ann Campbell

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

This visit was organised through college and so the whole of Fine Art level 4 went. On this Excursion I saw work by Henry Moore, James Turrell, Andy Goldsworthy and Elizabeth Frink to name only a few. 521 more words

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Exhibition Review: It's art but is it photography?

New Photographic works.
The Usher Gallery,
Part of The Collection,
Danes Terrace,
Lincoln. LN2 1LP.
T:01522-550965
W: thecollectionmuseum.com
Opening hours: See website.

This exhibition by James E Smith comprises 2 parts.

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‘Late Renoir’ at the Art Museum

Broad Street Review (August 2010).

An aging man’s vigor: Renoir’s sensual freedom in paint

The late collector Walter P. Chrysler Jr. acquired his first work of art in 1923, just after he turned 14. 1,410 more words

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Lily Yeh : A Village with Heart

Metropolitan Home, (July 1993).

In a Philadelphia ghetto, an artist with as much energy as vision replaces despair with a mosaic of creativity, hard work and joy. 400 more words

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