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The Russell Group scraps list of ‘preferred’ A-Levels amid concerns about arts -
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Kate Arthurs May 22
Thanks for all the support - it was an excellent event, hugely affirming of commitment by and our partner countries to the global agenda on culture and sustainable development
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British Council Arts 19h
This mahogany tea box, inspired by the minbar of Abu Bakr ibn Muzhir, is one of a range of unique objects currently on display in our exhibition 'The Future of Heritage'. On display until 9 August in our London HQ.
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British Council Arts 22h
Applications are now open for new Art new Audiences () which aims to be a catalyst for the creation of new art that reaches new audiences in Sub-Saharan Africa and the UK. We will fund 10 new projects in 2019 and applicants can bid for up to £30,000!
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Ed Vaizey May 21
A great initiative from . The arts can play a pivotal role in bringing communities together and building safer societies globally
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British Council Arts May 21
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Find out more about how we are collaborating with individuals and organisations across the globe to develop creative responses to development challenges here:
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British Council Arts May 21
We're thrilled that our Director Arts is speaking on a panel today about how culture can help create social and economic equality for all. |
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British Council Arts May 20
As part of ’s ongoing commitment to support ambitious computer science research and the arts, , in collaboration with Google AI, invite proposals from contemporary artists working with machine learning in their art practices.
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British Council Arts May 20
This is the final week to apply for , a great opportunity for UK arts professionals to travel to Australia and take part in a knowledge exchange/peer mentorship.
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British Council Arts May 18
2.5 million trillion bytes of data record our online activity each day. As a raw digital material, data may seem dry and inaccessible, but it has given rise to a new type of artist. Meet five artists telling stories with numbers! |
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British Council Arts May 18
Is Athens 'the new Berlin' for the arts? talks to artist and curator in our latest feature.
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British Council Arts May 18
Change education policy to save arts in schools, say MPs -
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British Council Arts May 16
Have you visited the this week? Share your images from Cathy Wilkes' exhibition at with us by tagging us and and using .
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British Council Arts May 15
'Like poetry, the placement of each item in Wilkes’s installation is important; ritual appears to have attended their placement.' Read review of Cathy Wilkes' exhibition for .
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British Council Arts May 15
Here's what the British Council Film team () are up to at Cannes this week:
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British Council Arts May 15
Cathy Wilkes is the 22nd artist to present a solo exhibition in the . Her exhibition, now open at the , is made entirely of new work.
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British Council Arts May 14
We have an exciting opportunity for a senior Arts professional to set an imaginative and compelling vision and strategy for arts programmes in China. Apply now to be our next Director Arts, China:
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British Council Arts May 14
'One of the things that I feel is most important to draw people to is the sense of space and the sense of light.' Take a tour of Cathy Wilkes' exhibition through our film, led by curator Dr Zoé Whitley.
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British Council Arts May 13
Learn more about how we plan to use arts projects in peace-building -
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British Council Arts May 13
Are you visiting this year? Come find us at the to explore Cathy Wilkes' incredible exhibition, & check out other presentations & events from all over the world happening across the city with our handy map. |
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