Last October I was in Doha the capital of Qatar which seemed like a well-oiled machine when it came to Art, Education, and Culture.
25 January 2017
A number of UK museums and archives have asked the public to donate placards, photographs, and artifacts from the recent Women’s protest march against Donald Trump, which took place last weekend.
If you’re planning on leaving the metropolis for your staycation, Artlyst has put together a selection of the best UK shows outside of London. The main event over the summer has to be the Liverpool Biennial. Across the city there are events and newly commissioned artworks, which this year are based on the theme of Liverpool’s […]
The decision by British voters to leave the European Union has been announced – and commentators have begun the analysis, the post event combing over of where the losing campaign went wrong. The art world thrives on interchange and currency; Britain has the third largest art market in the world, and more than 7,800 British […]
The chancellor George Osborne has announced in his budget that Museums and galleries are to get tax relief to help cover the costs of developing temporary or touring exhibitions. He also stated that museum VAT refunds will be extended to all museums and galleries that offer free entry. A consultation into the tax relief for temporary and touring exhibition […]
The 2014 global Art Conservation Project is open for applications. Submissions are welcome from non-profit arts and cultural institutions that have significant works of art, across all media, requiring conservation. Submission deadline is 17 January 2014. The Art Conservation Project is a unique programme that provides grants to non-profit museums throughout the world to conserve historically […]