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A Celebration of Graffiti: The World’s Largest Banksy Exhibition is Coming to London!

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Source: London X London

Calling all fans of street art legend Banksy, you’re not going to want to miss this brand new exhibition in London.

It’s time to get excited – The Art of Banksy is coming to London.

The exhibition, which has toured in more than 15 cities around the world, will take up residency on Regent Street from July 5th. And it’s bringing more than 110 pieces of original artwork by Banksy with it.

Read more: https://www.londonxlondon.com/banksy-exhibition-london/

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Artist collaborates with students to enrich The Biome

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Source: FE NEWS

Acclaimed artist, Tom Hackett is partnering with creative students at Burton and South Derbyshire College (BSDC) to create sustainability themed artwork for the College’s creative hybrid learning space, The Biome.

Tom previously created the artwork installation, “Another Green World” in the entrance of The Biome, and he was keen to return to the College to collaborate with learners on the project.

Read More: https://www.fenews.co.uk/education/artist-collaborates-with-students-to-enrich-the-biome/

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Jamal Shah calls for enhanced Pak-UK collaboration in various artistic fields

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Source: Radio Pakistan

Minister for National Heritage and Culture Jamal Shah underlined the need for collaboration in various artistic fields to further strengthen the robust people-to-people bonds between Pakistan and United Kingdom.

He was talking to British Parliamentarian Afzal Khan, who called on him in Islamabad on Friday.

Read More: https://www.radio.gov.pk/06-10-2023/jamal-shah-calls-for-enhanced-pak-uk-collaboration-in-various-artistic-fields

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Free Heritage Open Days event to be held at Keighley Library

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Source: Keighly News

Hometown Arts & Crafts is the theme for the event, being staged at the North Street building on Saturday, September 9, between 10am and 4pm.

Kicking off the day will be Colin Neville, an art writer and curator of the popular website Not Just Hockney, who will give a talk, Tom Butterfield & Augustus Spencer: The Role of Keighley School of Art. He will also have several of his books available to buy.

Read More: https://www.keighleynews.co.uk/news/23740599.free-heritage-open-days-event-held-keighley-library/

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