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A chat with York residents who stumbled across the glorious Grays Court today & had a look around the 2nd #revgallery exhibition
Interview with Peter Watts of Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce
ALL TYPE NO FACE!
Andrea and Collin of SKEALS talk to us about their part of the exhibition at Easington
Tom Stoddardt Talks about his career, meeting Kings, queens, murderers among others.
I met Tom Stoddardt at the embankment at Tower Bridge where he is displaying some of his best known photographs . Tom worked for some of...
Andrew Brooks speaks to www.curatedplace.com about photography, art and the trouble with galleries.
We spoke to Andrew Brooks last night at the launch of this new solo show - New Worlds at The Hive on Lever Street in Manchester.
Bellbird Boo (& Unsensored)
birdsong is so evocative! Here in England (north), the blackbird and thrush are singing right now in honour of your bellbird song. Thanks and happy listening! GOD bless, Jamesglory. UK
Introducing Kingdom of Characters
Living Communities - Rebecca weaving
Living Communities Exhibition Perth Museum and Art Gallery Work gathered from a series of Living Communities projects delivered to...
What is the London look?
Our youth panel asked people to say what they think the London look is.
TRANSCRIPT Not everyone in London is the same... 40s are in fashion, lot of colour blocking, bright colours around and nudes... I think the London look is American swag... Eclectic... Multicultural... Cool and diverse... I think the London look is unique... Hipster... I think, fashion-wise, it's casual, compared to other cities that I've been to... So, I think loads of guys tend to shop in brands and, generally, buy whatever brands they like and are released, whereas girls tend to buy whatever they like the look of... I think it's alright, but I got my own look... So for me, it's layers of clothes, things that will keep you warm, rather than cold, so long things and not short things. And hats and scarves and gloves and wools, lots of well insulated garments, leathers and suedes and sheepskins and all those kind of things... It's different for everyone, I think... People wear a lot more diverse things, and it's all acceptable, and never questionable... Oh, it's really unique, unusual, individual.. It's unique, you would never find it anywhere else in the world... The London look is awesome.
Robert Hudson, Managing Director, National Association of Shopfitters commenting on the 2013 Design Partnership Awards at the East Cloister, Westminster, London.
Heartlands 15 - Andrew Leitch on the exhibitions
Andrew Leitch is in charge of putting together the exhibitions at The Heartlands Project in Cornwall. He discusses some to the challenges...
Rahim Namy from Persian Seda on AllFM speaking at the Takhti exhibition at The Whitworth Art Gallery http://bit.ly/9dcbi1
Charlie Morrow's audio history of the world opens in London
Wedding Photography - a big thank you.
ONE SIX EIGHT ZERO - an exhibition by Platform2 volunteers
Interested in exhibiting at the 2010 Summer Science Exhibition?
If you've been inspired by this year's exhibition to take part in the exhibition as an exhibitor, then the call for proposals for the 2010 Exhibition is now open - closing date 31 July 2009. Vist http://royalsociety.org/exhibition2010 for details.
Richard Klein talks about John Shearer's upcoming exhibition "America (Continued)" @TheAldrich Part 3
TML: Mary Murphy, Councillor and Activist. Read more at www.curatedplace.wordpress.com
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