Polytech.Science.Art program Polytechnic Museum Novaya square, 3/4, entrance 3 Moscow, 101000 Russia. T +7 910 432 01 52 polytechscienceart[AT]gmail.com.
Design by Julia Hall, 2012. Courtesy of University of Guelph MFA Graduate Program.
We’re off of a brilliant start, with all our 170 MDF blank postcard size pieces of wood handed out or collected by locals from Caithness Horizons, St Fergus Art Gallery and Castlehill Heritage Centre in the first couple of weeks! We’re delighted with everyone’s enthusiasm to join in. Now they are getting arty and inspired by the SEA, wonderful artwork has started to be returned and I’ve been adding images to the blog as it arrives.
MAK Permanent Collection Asia: new gallery designed by Tadashi Kawamata MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art Stubenring 5 1010 Vienna Austria Hours: Tuesday 10am–10pm (free admission 6–10pm), Wednesday–Sunday 10am–6pm www.mak.at The new presentation of the MAK Permanent Collection ASIA: China – Japan – Korea on the ground floor of the museum reflects the growing interest of visitors—and most notably of many artists—in Asian art. Selected artefacts from the collection have been embedded in an artistic concept and design created specifically for the venue by the renowned artist Tadashi Kawamata, yielding profound insight into the art and cultures of East Asia.
Showcase for sporting, cultural and economic strengths in 2014. Glasgow’s City Halls and Old Fruitmarket are to be transformed into a hub to celebrate Scotland’s sporting success, culture and business potential during the Commonwealth Games.
Film times for the week commencing Friday 7th March 2014. 12 Years a Slave (15) Daily (not Thurs): 18:20 Fri, Tues & Thurs: 13:30 Sun: 15:40 American Hustle (15) Daily (not Sun): 20:50 Sun: 18:10.
Art Meets Engineering – make your kinetic sculpture workshop for young people over the age of 10 (must be accompanied by a parent or a guardian), Saturday 8th March, 10am-1pm. The workshop is free but booking is essential as the places are very limited! Please email: jana.emburey[AT]highlifehighland.com .
12 April 2014 10.00am - 5.00pm St Fergus Church, Wick All singers and orchestral musicians are invited to come and join the Caithness Orchestra for a day (10am-5pm) playing & rehearsing extracts from Mozart’s “Requiem”. The conductor will be Susie Dingle.
An international performing arts competition for schools and colleges which focuses on driving home positive messages about substance misuse and crime prevention was held at Eden Court last Friday (28 February 2014). This is the fourth year that the Inverness area and Eden Court have staged the Rock Challenge® event which provides young people with an opportunity to experience the buzz of the performing arts and give them a ‘substance free high' from performing in a professional venue.
Neue Galerie Graz – Universalmuseum Joanneum Idea and Form. Mathematics and the Beauty of Science February 27–May 11, 2014 Neue Galerie Graz Universalmuseum Joanneum Joanneumsviertel, 8010 Graz Austria Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 10am–5pm T +43 316/8017 9100 joanneumsviertel[AT]museum-joanneum.at www.museum-joanneum.at As a 'language of natural sciences' ever since antiquity, mathematics has always been a central tool for explaining and understanding the world.
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) Luc Tuymans: Graphic Works—Kristalnacht to Technicolor March 6–June 13, 2014 Public reception: March 6, 6–8pm Artist lecture: March 7, 6:30pm Philip Feldman Gallery + Project Space 1241 NW Johnson St. Portland, OR 97209 pnca.edu feb28_pnca_img.jpg Luc Tuymans, The Valley, 2012.
Around 350 young musicians from across the Highlands are making final preparations for their annual showcase – a day long Concerts Festival in Inverness next Saturday (8 March 2014) which will feature eight different groups, a guest conductor from the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, and over 6 hours of live music. Held in the Empire Theatre, Eden Court Theatre on Saturday 8 March, the event will blast off at 2.30pm with a special brass Festival Fanfare performed by musicians from the Highland Schools Wind Band and the Highland Regional Youth Orchestra.
Elaine Rapson-Grant is an internationally selling artist. She has collectors throughout the UK, Canada, Germany, Netherlands, USA, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Italy, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, S.
Glasgow Film Festival runs from 20 February - 2 March 2014 with a packed programme including pop-up cinema and special events in unique Glasgow venues ensuring that the Festival presence is felt in every corner of the city. The Festival embraces cinema without prejudice or boundaries to create an event that has something for everyone at affordable prices that will be appreciated by all.
Homecoming Scotland 2014: StAnza: Scotland's International Poetry Festival Full Information at http://www.stanzapoetry.org/2014/information.php Various Venues, St. Andrews, Fife, KY16 9TA StAnza 2014 will take place from: 5-9 March, 2014 Location: St Andrews, Fife, Scotland, UK Venue: The Undercroft, Parliament Hall, St Mary's Hall, The Town Hall - Supper Room & Council Chamber, The Public Library, The Preservation Trust Museum, The Green Room, Zest & Fraser East, the Byre Theatre - Auditorium, Studio, Conference Room & foyers.
Refreshingly fun high quality drama activity. Learn to act, sing and dance.
Aase Texmon Rygh. Modernism Forever! 7 March–28 September 2014 Opening: Thursday 6 March, 18h Featuring a performance by Jennie Bringaker National Museum of Norway Museum of Contemporary Art Bankplassen 4, Oslo Hours: Tuesday–Wednesday, Friday 11–17h, Thursday 11–19h, Saturday–Sunday 12–17h www.nasjonalmuseet.no The Museum of Contemporary Art is pleased to present the first in-depth museum solo exhibition of the Norwegian sculptress Aase Texmon Rygh (b.
Mobile M+: Lee Kit: 'You.' 6 March–13 April 2014 Cattle Depot Artist Village 63 Ma Tau Kwok Road To Kwa Wan, Kowloon Hong Kong. www.westkowloon.hk www.venicebiennale.hk Facebook Co-presented by M+, West Kowloon Cultural District and Hong Kong Arts Development Council, 'You.' by Lee Kit continues and expands on themes that were recently explored in his solo exhibition 'You (you).' at the 55th Venice Biennale.
Scientists from Thurso�s Environmental Research Institute are reaching out to the art community in Caithness. Artists and designers of all disciplines are being given the opportunity to display their work and interact with the scientific community at a forthcoming conference in Thurso dedicated to research in the Flow Country.
English National Opera Live from The Coliseum, London: Peter Grimes Live screening at Thurso Cinema 23 February 7.00pm - 10.00pm The bleak, enclosed world of a fishing village provides the backdrop for the story of fisherman Peter Grimes and his uneasy relationship with the other inhabitants. Following the death of Grimes's apprentice, the community presumes Grimes to be guilty.
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