• 28-02-2014
  • Shortlister Phoebe Boswell at Caroll/Fletcher Gallery, London

  • Phoebe Boswell, shortlisted for the Animation fellowship in 2011, is exhibiting a new project alongside John Akomfrah and Rashaad Newsome at the Caroll/Fletcher Gallery, London from 7th March to the 10th April. This group exhibition brings together the distinct but interconnected practices of John Akomfrah, Phoebe Boswell and Rashaad Newsome through media ranging from film, animation, performance, collage and sculpture. The three artists seek to explore the cultural frameworks and politics associated with identity and considers the effects that our historical and cultural origins have both on a personal level and on the fabric of contemporary society.For more information go to http://www.carrollfletcher.com/exhibitions/24/overview/

  • 26-02-2014
  • Hear Rie Nakajima on BBC Radio 3 this Saturday

  • The first of four recordings made at The New Experimentalists concert at the QEH will be broadcast this Saturday on BBC Radio 3, Hear and Now from about 11.10pm. For those of you not at the gig itself, Rie placed her 'sound machines' around the auditorium creating a unique soundscape - will be interesting to hear how that translates to radio - Can't wait! For full review of concert go to http://www.attnmagazine.co.uk/performance/7177

  • 13-01-2014
  • Sir Ronald Harwood presents awards

  • The author, playwright and screenwriter, Sir Ronald Harwood graced the stage as guest of honour at the Arts Foundation awards 2014 on the 23rd Jan. He is most noted for his plays for the British stage as well as the screenplays for The Dresser (for which he was nominated for an Oscar) and The Pianist, for which he won the 2003 Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. He was nominated for the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar for The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007). The Foundation is delighted that he will join the celebrations on this special night. All six £10,000 Fellowships were announced for Playwriting, Arts Journalism, Sculpture, Painting, Experimental Music and Materials Innovation. For more information on the winners go to the 2014 awards section on the Arts Foundation website.