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John Moores announces prize winners

The five prize-winning artists for the John Moores Painting Prize 2012 have been announced, ahead of the exhibition’s opening in September as part of the Liverpool Biennial.

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Biennial artists at your service

Marking its first year as an official Liverpool Biennial partner, artist-run space The Royal Standard has announced the organisations taking part in ‘Service Provider’, its ambitious ten-week programme for the festival.

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CAVE offers a fair deal for artists

CAVE is a new artist-led art fair for the city of Liverpool, set to launch during the opening weekend of the 7th Liverpool Biennial in September. We talk to one of its organisers.

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Artists’ essays on inspiration

As Edinburgh Art Festival draws to a close, Ingleby Gallery plays host to five Scottish artists as they present 15-minute essays for broadcast on BBC Radio 3.

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WEYA gives artists AIRTIME

AIRTIME, the fast-paced information and networking experience, is partnering with Nottingham’s WEYA festival in September.

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Game on for Forest Pitch

Postponed due to a very wet July, everything is now set for Forest Pitch, an art project involving four teams, two football matches and a forest in the Scottish borders.

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PSL relocates

PSL (Project Space Leeds) has announced plans to relocate to the former Carlsberg Tetley Headquarters Building in 2013. If you can’t wait to see the space, there’s a chance to take a peek inside the building next month before redevelopment gets fully underway.

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Outsider artist re-appraised

Jack J Hutchinson’s residency at the Nunnery Gallery concludes with an exhibition of his drawings alongside those of Outsider artist Madge Gill. But how did this research project into the archive of a little known artist come about?

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Countdown to Art Across the City 2012

As media sponsor, a-n is pleased to support Art Across the City 2012, which will see Swansea hosting an exciting programme of new public art commissions this September.

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Best job ever

An overwhelming response to a casual tweet shows people are still motivated to work in the arts.

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The House of Supernormal

Having navigated both cultural and physical obstacles to integration at this year’s Supernormal Festival, our correspondent explores the gap between good intentions and outcomes.

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Stronger Together 2012
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Conference report: Stronger Together

Now in its second year, the Stronger Together conference is a conversation about collaboration in the arts. The CEO of Manchester’s recently merged Cornerhouse and Library Theatre adds his voice.

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Olympic legacy: a dissenting voice

The co-editor of The Art of Dissent: Adventures in London’s Olympic State, makes a case for an Olympic legacy that veers from the time-worn official narrative.

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Castlefield relaunch
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Castlefield Gallery relaunches

After a difficult year following the withdrawal of ACE revenue funding, Manchester’s art community shows its support as Castlefield Gallery relaunches.

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Stage set for SUPERNORMAL festival

Located within an eco-site in Oxfordshire, the festival that explores the cross-over between art and music and champions ideas and imagination over profit.

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INCUBE8 artists announced

The showcase for emerging artists based in the South West and Wales has announced the four artists for the second half of its 2012 programme.

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Manet portrait saved for the public

After an eight-month campaign, Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum has succeeded in raising £7.83 million to acquire Edouard Manet’s Portrait of Mademoiselle Claus, keeping the painting in the United Kingdom.

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