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Today Runnymede, an ancient meadow in the South of England, thousands will gather to mark 800 years since the sealing of the Magna Carta, whose fundamental principles of justice formed the basis of common law and influenced the development of »

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Hew Locke and Owen Sheers mark Magna Carta state occasion

The Morisons Journee des Barricades © Stephen Rowe
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Situations, in partnership with publisher Art / Books, Public Art Agency Sweden, and the European Network of Public Art Producers are proud to announce the publication of Out of Time, Out of Place: Public Art (Now), a dynamic international survey which brings together »

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Out of Time, Out of Place: Public Art (Now) Book

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Public Art (Now) live events will be streamed free-of-charge by this is tomorrow and we’re inviting you to hold your own live-streaming event. Whether you are an arts organisation, University or simply want to organise a group viewing in your »

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Public Art (Now): Live-streaming

Folkestone Digs by Night.
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Watch our Folkestone Digs Film. Almost six weeks ago, our team was helping artist Michael Sailstorfer bury 30 pieces of gold on a beach in Folkestone, for the Folkestone Triennial 2014. The next day, we announced that the 24-carat gold was »

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Folkestone Digs on Film

The Ambassadors of Bristol Art Weekender 2014 Photo Max McClure Courtesy Situations
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From 30 October – 1 November, this year’s Art Weekender, is a three-day event celebrating the visual art across the cities of Bristol and Bath. The festival is produced by Situations in partnership with the city’s primary visual arts venues, »

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Seeking Art Weekender Ambassadors

Folkestone Digs
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After a year of secrecy, we can finally reveal our project for the Folkestone Triennial 2014 – Folkestone Digs. The Berlin-based artist Michael Sailstorfer has announced that he has buried 30 pieces of 24-carat gold under the sand of the »

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Folkestone Digs – Michael Sailstorfer buries gold under beach

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This autumn, a remarkable structure will rise up from within the bombed out remains of Temple Church in central Bristol. For 24 days, this 14th century site will be transformed into an intimate gathering place in which to hear the »

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Get Involved – Perform as part of Theaster Gates Sanctum

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Produced in association with Spike Island Film and Video, a series of interviews with artists and curators on the subject of new forms of public art will be released over the next six months. In collaboration with our broadcast partners www.thisistomorrow.info  we »

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Public Art (Now): Film Interviews

Phil Collins, The louder you scream the faster we go, commissioned by Situations in 2005
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Shout it out! On 1 April Situations becomes part of the Arts Council England’s National Portfolio 2015-2018! Since 2002 we have challenged the idea of where, when and how public art takes place, becoming an independent organisation in 2012 with »

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Situations becomes part of Arts Council England National Portfolio

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