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Margaret Atwood
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The first writer to contribute to Katie Paterson’s Future Library – a new public artwork that will unfold in the city of Oslo, Norway over the next 100 years – is prizewinning author, poet, essayist and environmentalist Margaret Atwood. Atwood »

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Margaret Atwood: The first writer to contribute to Future Library

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Announcing an exciting opportunity to join Situations at senior management level with the support of the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation. We are looking to recruit a new Deputy Director who will play an essential part in the company’s growth and development over »

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Situations seeks new Deputy Director

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ON THE EDGE: TAKING RISKS IN PUBLIC ART Professional Development Workshop: Folkestone Triennial Friday 31st October, 11:30 – 4:30pm Folkestone Fringe Hub (Harbour carpark on the outer harbour keyside). The Folkestone Triennial 2014 remains one of only a handful of »

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Taking Risks in Public Art

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Travel bursaries of £150 each and free tickets will be offered for individuals to attend each of the Bristol live events and three of the workshops and to share their experiences on the Public Art Now blog. What we’re looking »

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Public Art (Now) October Travel Bursaries

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