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Georgiou & Tolley: Ode to Hilversum – How Far Have We Failed to Travel

Resistance’68: A Radio-Film for the Mind’s Eye – reflecting on the 50th anniversary of the 1968 protests, social conflict, counterculture and the Art of Resistance as creative weapons against political repression. The format is a sound art prototype – a filmic cut-up for radio with a difference, linking the activism of the past to the art … Continue reading

Musarc- The Choir: Radio 3, 26 February 2017 4pm

Musarc, one of the UK’s most progressive choral ensembles. Based at Cass Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University, Musarc explores performance and composition in the context of society, architecture and the city. As they look forward to appearing at Do Disturb, a weekend of events taking place in the Palais de Tokyo in Paris … Continue reading

Art Across The City 2014: Swansea. International Contemporary Public Art Festival
 12th April – 1st June 2014 

Art Across The City present twenty-four newly commissioned public artworks across Swansea. Thirteen have been newly commissioned for 2014 adding to 11 permanent works. Three of the new commissions by Jeremy Deller, Ultimate Holding Company and Jon Burgerman celebrate the Dylan Thomas centenary. Jeremy Deller’s black and white poster states – More Poetry Is Needed – … Continue reading

Folkestone Triennial 2014: Lookout 30/8 – 2 /11/2014

Lookout is the title for the third edition of Folkestone Triennial, when commissioned artworks will be exhibited in Folkestone’s public spaces  from 30 August – 2 November 2014. International artists have been invited to make new work in relation to specific sites that relate directly to the town and its socio-economic and cultural history, as well as … Continue reading

Field Studies: Cours de Poetique. London Metropolitan University. 
14 – 17 April 2014

” A sculpture can be heard before it can be seen”  Joseph Beuys, 1982. Field Studies is a four-day masterclass led by acclaimed international artists and composers – Sam Auinger, Michael Klien, Claudia Molitor, Akio Suzuki & Aki Onda, Melanie Pappenheim, Stefan Krauss and Joseph Kohlmaier – complemented by a programme of workshops, evening lectures, screenings … Continue reading