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The Landscape of Music

Monday 14 May 2018

Press release on a music/art collaboration for a production of The Soulful Messiah in Bradford-on-Avon on 17th June

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Ashton Court Mansion becomes Arts Mansion

Thursday 10 May 2018

While options are being considered for the future of Ashton Court Mansion, Artspace Lifespace (ASLS) has stepped in to take on the running of the mansion house from May 2018

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Bristol Music Diaries

Tuesday 01 May 2018

Was gig-going in Bristol a rite of passage for you as a teenager? Do you remember the banging tunes from some crazy club nights, or dancing the night away at one of the city’s brilliant festivals?

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Bristol's SPACE Gallery announcement

Tuesday 10 April 2018

Old Market Gallery and workshop space announces it will remain open for two more years.

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Foreground announce completion of first permanent artwork in UK by Jim Isermann

Friday 23 March 2018

Foreground is delighted to announce the completion of Untitled (Southmead), the first permanent public commission realised in the UK by the internationally acclaimed American artist Jim Isermann.

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Aspex announces Artist Residencies: Aspex Artist Associates 2018

Thursday 08 March 2018

The Aspex Artist Associates scheme (AAA) has been designed to support the development of ideas, projects and practice, help artists build their network of contacts and ultimately develop their creative career.

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Social Making symposium tickets and open calls now open

Thursday 15 February 2018

Take A Part are pleased to announce that tickets for Social Making: Socially Engaged Practice Now and Next 2018 are now available! We also have a number of ways for South West based creative practitioners to get involved with the programme.

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Listings Deadline for Plymouth Art Weekender 2018

Wednesday 17 January 2018

Submit your events, exhibitions and performance listings for Plymouth Art Weekender 2018.

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