Dismay in arts at Brexit vote

Leading figures in the arts were today assessing the repercussions to last night’s Referendum result, voting to leave the EU.

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Bradford joins Great Exhibition bidders

NMM will be core of bid, says council

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Colouring Southwark

To mark the opening of Tate Modern’s new Switch House the artist Michael Crnaifg-Martin – knighted in last weekend’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List – is “re-imagining” the iconic roundel at the gallery’s nearest Tube station, Southwark.

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Tate’s £260m ‘twisted pyramid’ opens

Billed as the most important cultural building since the British Library, Tate Modern’s new Switch House, opens to the public on Friday.

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Congratulations to…

…those from the arts in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

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BBC chief goes to Manchester’s Factory

Jenny Baxter is the first major appointment Manchester’s new £110m cutting-edge multi-arts venue, Factory.

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Amateurs to give premiere of Maxwell Davies’s last work

A mixed choir and orchestra of professionals and amateurs conducted by Sir Simon Rattle is to give the world premiere of the last major work by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, a children’s opera called The Hogboon.

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EU backs UK arts to tune of 40 million euros

New report shows 240 projects funded in 2 years

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Bray to head Wallace

Xavier Bray, chief curator at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, is to be the next director of the Wallace Collection. He will succeed Christoph Vogtherr in September.

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Creatives back new Sheffield forum

Sheffield Creative Guild will lobby for culture

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