ArtsNews is ArtsWestchester’s award-winning month-to-month publication masking the humanities in Westchester. Andrew Miller, a National Council member for the humanities councils of England and Wales, has been appointed to encourage higher inclusivity in the arts by the Government’s minister for disabled people, health and work. Regardless of a successful pilot programme in schools, no funding has been confirmed for the arts programme originally announce by David Cameron.
Artwork Trax is an initiative by the Arts Workplace in South Dublin County Council, produced with the support of IT Companies South Dublin County Council, commissioned artists & commissioning agencies, with the software program developed by AppKickr Ltd. This summer Associate Professor Greg Sales space shall be hard at work writing a chapter on movie music in Mumbai.
Denys Poshyvanyk, an associate professor in William & Mary’s Department of Laptop Science, has spent the past ten years trying to bridge the human-to-computer language gap. forty five international music festivals have signed up to the PRS Foundation’s Keychange programme, promising to steadiness their line-up of performers, conductors or commissions. The Australian Music Vault will current Gender Imbalance within the Music Business on Thursday March 1 on the Arts Centre.
2018 tickets for the 15th Belladrum Tartan Coronary heart Festival are on sale on-line and by way of ticket brokers. College students in CCA’s Graduate Program in Curatorial Observe are curating an thrilling new exhibition opening at the CCA Wattis Institute for Modern Art on March 15, 2018. James Kaste, associate professor of geology at William & Mary, teamed up with an undergraduate geology major to study the floods that followed it.
A new exhibition commitd to fairy tales reveals artists trying to make old stories conform to what we want them to say. Plus: Kapwani Kiwanga wins the inaugural Frieze Artist Award, and eleven artists make the Scotiabank Photo Award longlist. The Australia Council has appointed Kerry Gardner, filmaker and arts patron, as chair of the Venice Council.