Monthly Archives: July 2017

Jury and Shortlist announced for world’s only International Prize for Live Art

The ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival returns to Kuopio, Finland this September and the highlight of this year’s event will be the announcement of the 2017 winner of International Prize for Live Art. Read More →


Paula Rego: The Boy Who Loved the Sea and Other Stories

World-renowned artist Dame Paula Rego is coming to Jerwood Gallery in Hastings this autumn, with an exhibition that includes brand new works and others which have never been publicly exhibited before. Read More →


Fringe Benefits

Southend BID partners with alternative arts festival, estuary fringe fest Read More →


New survey shows LSA is the cheapest airport in London to park your car at this summer

When it comes to parking your car for your summer getaway, a new survey has found that London Southend Airport is by far the cheapest of all the London airports. Read More →


The Lost Words

Compton Verney’s powerful new exhibition, The Lost Words (21 October – 17 December 2017), aims to keep both children and adults in touch with nature. Read More →


The Art of Design

Hampshire museums join forces with artists and designers on an inspiring creative commercial project Read More →


Drawing in the Crowds

Compton Verney’s autumn exhibition showcases Britain’s best-loved illustrator and the images that have delighted generations of children Read More →


Hello Sunshine….

New easyJet route to Malta to take off from ‘Best Airport in Britain’ Read More →


The hunt is on for the best young Art Speaks poet

Art UK and National Poetry Day have joined forces to hunt for the next young poetry star to create a new Art Speaks film. Read More →


New quick and easy route for skiers to reach the very best winter terrain in Europe

powdair launches new route to Sion from ‘Best Airport in Britain’ Read More →