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The Minories Galleries - Colchester Photographic Society | Annual Exhibition Showcasing Wide Range Of Photographic Talent

The Minories Galleries have been chosen this year to show the annual exhibition from Colchester Photographic Society, a local group of photographers ranging from amateurs to professionals. 882 more words


Calls for Entries: reminder of deadlines!

There are two crucial deadlines coming up for artists who want to be part of our exciting annual programme of exhibitions, attracting entries from across the UK. 445 more words


Dale Chihuly at Kew Gardens

Glassmaker extraordinaire Dale Chihuly is back at Kew Gardens. Aptly titled “Reflections on Nature”, his 32 artworks are scattered around the gardens, glasshouses and galleries. 95 more words


EDIT Napoli // Spotlight on the rise of the designer-maker

EDIT Napoli – the innovative fair created to support and promote independent designers – will premiere from June 6 – 9th 2019 in Naples, a capital in the Mediterranean circuit of culture with its rich history of talented craftspeople, local manufacturing industry, and prestigious art scene. 1,029 more words


China Revisited – Art and Travel

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China Revisited – Art and Travel

On new site: JTArtRave2

JTArtRave2 is volume 2 of the continuing saga, a journal about art expeditions, travel, field trips, exhibitions, art lectures, seminars and symposia, and art practice.

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Time to Honour Clarice Beckett Again

The annual Clarice Beckett Art Award and exhibition is in the throes of being organised for the Queen’s Birthday holiday weekend, here in Casterton, Victoria.  On days like this,  blustery, biting wind, wet underfoot, more rain threatening, and approaching the time of day when softening light mutes the landscape, I think of Clarice. 211 more words


Exhibition | 'To Arm Against an Enemy'

Press release (via Art Daily) for the exhibition:

‘To Arm Against an Enemy’: Weapons of the Revolutionary War
DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, Colonial Williamsburg, 20 April 2019 — 2 January 2023… 1,113 more words