Artist Gerald O’Connell and students at St Mungo’s Broadway Recovery College, London, have teamed up for a new project to raise funds and awareness about homelessness.
Bristol car dealership Berkeley Vale Motors is supporting the automotive industry’s next generation by launching a range of projects designed to engage students at The Castle School in Thornbury and Marlwood School in Alveston.
The 750-year-old artistic practice which may in part have inspired the modern selfie has been laid bare in research by a Plymouth University academic.
What connects a slightly squashed paper cup, a Swedish tape measure, a tiny wooden model of shoes and a 1/14 scale paper chair? The answer is they are all items of value donated by a host of top designers to feature in a unique exhibition at Plymouth University.
Roly Keating, chief executive of the British Library has argued for renewed and sustained investment in the UK’s knowledge infrastructure, as he launches Living Knowledge, an ambitious vision of the Library’s future as it looks towards its 50thanniversary in 2023.
Following on from their Visit Devon Gold Award success, THG (East Devon District Council’s Thelma Hulbert Gallery) announced that they have just secured a major grant from Arts Council England.
The second ‘symposium on the role of arts and culture in a wold where there is not normal’, that’s No Boundaries to you, is to take place in Bristol and Manchester in September 2015.
A celebrated industrial designer whose illustrious career spans more than half a century has been passing the benefits of his experience to a new generation of creative minds.
Susan Sluglett has started her residency at the Borough Road Gallery – the gallery’s first.
The Lowry has announced the appointment of three specialist programming associates to its artistic leadership team.
Nine of The Lowry’s most famous paintings have been sent to China for an exhibition at The Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts in Jiangsu province.
The Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival returns to The Rock following the success of last year’s inaugural event.
Joe Kennedy’s passion for furniture making really does run in the family.
Researchers have been awarded almost £250,000 to conduct an in-depth analysis of the mental imagery used by performers to push the boundaries of contemporary dance.
An antique typewriter has been transformed for the digital generation, using sensors and circuit boards to turn it into an interactive social tool.
An internationally renowned artist whose work has been seen by more than 100 million people globally has been appointed artist-in-residence at Plymouth University’s Marine Institute.
Technicians at The Lowry in Salford hang Station Approach, Manchester (1960) by LS Lowry in the permanent Lowry Favourites gallery – the first time it has been seen in public since the 1980s. The work, on display until Sunday, 1 June, is to be sold at auction by Sotheby’s on Tuesday, 10 June where it is expected to sell for between £2m – £3m.
Four rare sketches of the North Wales coastline by the artist LS Lowry have been viewed by more than 100,000 people during their first year on show to the public.
We’re sure there’s plenty to shout about Nvidia’s DirectStylus, not least the Make Your Mark (#YourMark) project they’ve implemented to big it up.