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We’re seeking a talented writer to report on, respond to and reflect upon Hollow, a work by the artist Katie Paterson with architects Zeller & Moye, that will be unveiled at the University of Bristol on 9 May. A library »

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The New Rules of Public Art: How the face of public art is changing Monday 29 February 2016, 7pm – 8pm, White Bear, Bristol.  Free – no booking necessary. This month we join up with the Association of Art Historians, »

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Art History in the Pub: How the face of public art is changing

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On Wednesday 18 November, 490 hours through Sanctum’s unfolding, Situations and MAYK hosted the Public Art (Now) ‘Still Trying To Master It Class’, presented as part of Festival of the Future City, and followed by a discussion on ACE Bristol 2015 »

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Since doors opened at 6pm on 29 October, Sanctum has welcomed over 26,000 visitors to step inside the ruin of Temple Church in Bristol – more visitors than in the 75 years since its bombing on 24th November 1940. At »

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Theaster Gates’ Sanctum enters its final 24 hours after welcoming over 26,000 visitors over 24 days

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At the end of October 2015 Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates gave a Performance Lecture at St. George’s Bristol. Grace Harrison and Finn Schlieker Blythe, recipients of the Public Art (Now) bursaries, attended the event during the opening weekend of Sanctum, and »

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Read: Theaster Gates’ Performance Lecture Public Art (Now) Reports