Rights of Man and the White Hart, Lewes…

Thomas Paine and his seminal work The Rights of Man are in the spotlight at Lewes in Sussex this weekend, and particularly at the White Hart Hotel.

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V&A focuses on photo history with new centre

The history of photography with some of the most iconic images ever taken as well as the earliest equipment are at heart of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s new Photographic Centre.

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Visual Art

Borland’s ghostly tribute to WWI

A major, though-provoking sculpture by Turner nominee Christine Borland to mark the end of the First World War was unveiled at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow today.

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Bradford museums success

Visitor numbers up but opening hours under threat

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Bid to bring Titanic items to UK scrapped

Museum consortium outbid by hedge fund

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Work, Moving on

Richard Alston Dance to close

Richard Alston Dance, for decades one of the most influential contemporary companies, is to close.

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Fears over future of print museum

Plans announced to demolish Norwich home of unique collection

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Donmar appoints Henny Finch

Hofesh Schechter ceo to join Longhurst

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£200k to restore oldest hat factory

Historic England has granted £200,000 to bring Hat Works, Luton’s oldest hat factory, out of dereliction.

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Leeds has the friendliest museum

The Kids in Museums charity has chosen Leeds City Museum as this year’s Family Friendly Museum of the Year.

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