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Co-operative economy explored through giant open air street gallery

Co-operative economy explored through giant open air street gallery

A giant open air street gallery of photographs has arrived in Norwich as part of a national tour to illustrate the history, scope and impact of co-operation world-wide.

Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum to re-open in 2013

Cheltenham’s Art Gallery & Museum is to re-open during 2013, following a major new build costing in the region of £6-million.

First acts on the wave for Fowey Festival of Words and Music 2013

First acts on the wave for Fowey Festival of Words and Music 2013

Actors and authors, musicians and comedians are in the starry line-up for the newly re-launched Fowey Festival of Words and Music taking place in the stunning Cornish harbour town this year from 8 - 18 May.

Tongue Fu in association with Get Involved presents: Tongue Fu

Continuing its reputation for hosting some of the finest talent in spoken word, Tongue Fu kicks off 2013 with performances from veteran comedian and performance poet John Hegley, whose surrealist deadpan take of the dark, the daft and the wonderful have positioned him as one of the nation's favourites.

Artistic pioneers weekend at The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne

Artistic pioneers weekend at The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne

Britain’s only five-star seaside property, The Grand Hotel in Eastbourne, will host a “Pioneers at The Grand” weekend from Friday 22 to Sunday 24 February 2013 celebrating the lives of trailblazing photographers, artists and inspirational figures.

How to avoid Britain's fake art

A recent episode of the BBC documentary 'Fake Britain'- highlighted a sophisticated scam involving fake Banksy prints. Art dealer and gallery, artrepublic, offers advice to help consumers avoid fakes when purchasing collectible art.

London’s best mobile photographers on show at ‘Iconic London’

December 12th sees the launch of ‘Iconic London 2012‘ at the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane.

Fancy a Banksy in your bedroom or a Warhol in your washroom?

Fancy a Banksy in your bedroom or a Warhol in your washroom?

Art lovers have the chance to grab themselves some of the world’s finest urban pieces, including a unique silkscreen by the king of modern art, Andy Warhol, valued at £50,000 - £70,000, at the last ever Dreweatts Urban Art sale this winter.

The Royal Ballet's The Nutcracker broadcast live into cinemas

The Royal Ballet's The Nutcracker broadcast live into cinemas

The Royal Ballet's production of The Nutcracker will be broadcast live into cinemas worldwide for one night only on Thursday 13 December.

BBC donates historical collection to National Media Museum

BBC donates historical collection to National Media Museum

The BBC has announced that it is gifting its collection of almost 1,000 historical objects to the National Media Museum as part of its celebrations to mark the 90th anniversary of the BBC.

The Collection of Tompkins & Bush: Michael Jackson Wardrobe

The Collection of Tompkins & Bush: Michael Jackson Wardrobe

Westfield Stratford City has been named as the exclusive UK only host of “The Collection of Tompkins and Bush: Michael Jackson Wardrobe” – a unique collection of personal and concert tour wardrobe worn by the world renowned “King of Pop” and possessed by Michael Jackson’s long-term costume designers, Michael Bush and Dennis Tompkins.

'A Brush with Frieze' at 45 Park Lane

'A Brush with Frieze' at 45 Park Lane

Continuing to develop its art agenda 'A Brush with Art', 45 Park Lane, Dorchester Collection's new contemporary Mayfair hotel is to stage an October Art Week with the launch of 'A Brush with Frieze' and a furthering of its artistic breakfast series, 'A Brush with the Artist'.

Exhibition of contemporary works from Modern ArtBuyer

Exhibition of contemporary works from Modern ArtBuyer

Four Seasons London at Canary Wharf hosts an exhibition of contemporary works from Modern ArtBuyer. The collaboration sees the hotel's public spaces become art installation, with work from some of the UK's most-exciting talents, creating a stimulating experience for all hotel visitors.

Haddon Hall's costume exhibition brings Jane Eyre to life again

Haddon Hall's costume exhibition brings Jane Eyre to life again

Film fans and period clothing enthusiasts will be able to relive the romance of Jane Eyre through a special costume exhibition at Haddon Hall.

New app marks a world first for a museum

New app marks a world first for a museum

Dove Cottage and the Wordsworth Museum in Grasmere, the Lake District, has marked a world first for a museum, by creating and launching an app that takes an indoor exhibition outside for the first time.