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Celebrations in the snow as Northumberland National Park wins £7.8 million in Lottery funding

Wed, 2015-02-04 01:00
The team behind the proposed Sill discovery centre in Northumberland say they are on the brink of "something really special" after securing a huge investment from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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Commonality of Strangers finds no neat conclusions at Nottingham's New Art Exchange

Wed, 2015-02-04 01:00
Mahtab Hussain, a photographer who specialises in highlighting issues of multiculturalism, portrays the residents of Hyson Green in the gallery within the Nottingham community.
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Commonality of Strangers finds no neat conclusions at Nottingham's New Art Exchange

Wed, 2015-02-04 01:00
Mahtab Hussain, a photographer who specialises in highlighting issues of multiculturalism, portrays the residents of Hyson Green in the gallery within the Nottingham community.
Categories: General

Celebrations in the snow as Northumberland National Park wins £7.8 million in Lottery funding

Wed, 2015-02-04 01:00
The team behind the proposed Sill discovery centre in Northumberland say they are on the brink of "something really special" after securing a huge investment from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Categories: General

Archaeologists produce guidebooks for divers to Bristol Channel Civil War ship which sank 151 years ago

Wed, 2015-02-04 01:00
Wessex Archaeology has produced four guides to the SS Iona II, with divers encouraged to apply for a licence from English Heritage and take photos of the wreck.
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Archaeology or anthropology? Artist to show bones from animals' point of view in residency

Tue, 2015-02-03 01:00
Jo Dacombe says her residency at the University of Leicester's Bone Laboratory will examine hundreds of objects but avoid "fetishised" skulls.
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Artist invites public to taste colour in ten-day event with dancers and wine at The Oval

Tue, 2015-02-03 01:00
Sean Rogg says a disappointing experience at a Michelin-starred Madrid restaurant inspired him to create the second part of his Waldorf Project, opening for 48 people in London this week.
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Robin Hood's Major Oak of Sherwood Forest bids for European Tree of the Year

Tue, 2015-02-03 01:00
Your votes are needed as the Major Oak of Sherwood Forest challenges for the title of European Tree of the Year with a public vote taking place throughout February.
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Robin Hood's Major Oak of Sherwood Forest bids for European Tree of the Year

Tue, 2015-02-03 01:00
Your votes are needed as the Major Oak of Sherwood Forest challenges for the title of European Tree of the Year with a public vote taking place throughout February.
Categories: General

Artist invites public to taste colour in ten-day event with dancers and wine at The Oval

Tue, 2015-02-03 01:00
Sean Rogg says a disappointing experience at a Michelin-starred Madrid restaurant inspired him to create the second part of his Waldorf Project, opening for 48 people in London this week.
Categories: General

Archaeology or anthropology? Artist to show bones from animals' point of view in residency

Tue, 2015-02-03 01:00
Jo Dacombe says her residency at the University of Leicester's Bone Laboratory will examine hundreds of objects but avoid "fetishised" skulls.
Categories: General

£30 million Rembrandt painting proved genuine by scientists is revealed to public at abbey

Mon, 2015-02-02 01:00
Designers who watched scientists investigate a Rembrandt portrait while creating a gallery for the £30 million work say their detective story reflects an "amazing" discovery.
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All the world's a stage: Dramatic Society of British Theatre Designers show heads to the V&A

Mon, 2015-02-02 01:00
Kate Bush, Miley Cyrus, Frida Kahlo and Brecht all feature in an exhibition by The Society of British Theatre Designers opening at the V&A this summer.
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Lost Gardens of Heligan celebrate 25 years by remembering the gardeners who went to war in 1914

Mon, 2015-02-02 01:00
The Lost Gardens of Heligan is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its opening to the public by remembering the gardeners who left a south Cornish paradise to go to war in 1914.
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£30 million Rembrandt painting proved genuine by scientists is revealed to public at abbey

Mon, 2015-02-02 01:00
Designers who watched scientists investigate a Rembrandt portrait while creating a gallery for the £30 million work say their detective story reflects an "amazing" discovery.
Categories: General

All the world's a stage: Dramatic Society of British Theatre Designers show heads to the V&A

Mon, 2015-02-02 01:00
Kate Bush, Miley Cyrus, Frida Kahlo and Brecht all feature in an exhibition by The Society of British Theatre Designers opening at the V&A this summer.
Categories: General

Lost Gardens of Heligan celebrate 25 years by remembering the gardeners who went to war in 1914

Mon, 2015-02-02 01:00
The Lost Gardens of Heligan is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its opening to the public by remembering the gardeners who left a south Cornish paradise to go to war in 1914.
Categories: General

Archaeologists search for prehistoric settlements in fields where Bronze Age remains were revealed by Google Earth

Mon, 2015-02-02 01:00
Extensive investigations are about to begin at South Hams, where archaeologists say a "huge" variety of material from the prehistoric and medieval periods has already been found.
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Curator's Choice: The Foundling Museum's Stephanie Chapman on Sir Jacob Epstein's babies

Mon, 2015-02-02 01:00
Epstein may be better known for his controversial public works, but a new show in London concentrates on the children portrayed among hundreds of figures, explains Curator Stephanie Chapman.
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Only surviving pair of Michelangelo bronzes found in Cambridge with help of 500-year-old student sketch

Mon, 2015-02-02 01:00
A pair of "exceptionally powerful" metre-high male nudes, riding on panthers and lost for more than a century, are likely to have been made by Michelangelo at the start of the 16th century.
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