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The Yew Hedge at Ayscoughfee Hall
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Coach journey to heritage and back

Beacon Art Projects Lincolnshire commissioned artists to create work for historic rural sites during October. We report from the launch.

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Art eco system model
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Artists and the art market

As Frieze Art Fair opens this week, a-n’s Director asks if we need to think about how art market growth could aid artists’ careers.

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Trevor Paglen, They Watch the Moon
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Brighton Photo Biennial 2012

The fifth edition of Brighton’s bold and innovative photography festival – ‘Agents of Change’ – opens to the public tomorrow.

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Miriam Backstrom
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Artes Mundi exhibition opens in Cardiff

We report from the opening of the fifth Artes Mundi prize in Cardiff, featuring seven international artists including Tania Bruguera, Phil Collins and Teresa Margolles.

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How Art Works
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Is this how art works?

What can a new publication from the National Endowment for the Arts in the USA tell us about how art works?

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Richard Layzell, The Revolution You're In It
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Acts of legacy

New Work Network programme an after-hours event at Tate Britain to explore the role of memory in creating artistic legacy.

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Marilene Oliver, Orixa, 2010
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Digital Aesthetic 3

The third in a series of international events exploring fine art practice in the digital domain.

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Andrea Geyer, Spiral Lands/A place is not an object
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Mapping an alternative

A new public realm exhibition organised by CCA Derry-Londonderry provides an alternative path through the city.

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foreign investment, Sky Mile
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Wild New Territories

We report from the opening of this ambitious curatorial project, which explores the complex and often problematic relationship between nature and culture.

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Creative Scotland under scrutiny

Arts funding body Creative Scotland has been scrutinised by MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Culture Committee, with representatives from Scotland’s visual arts sector giving evidence.

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Skill/Swap
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A framework for creative exchange

A residency project at Glasgow’s Market Gallery is tackling the weighty subject of community engagement, but with the lighter and insightful touch of an artist’s practice.

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