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'Hannah Ryggen: Woven Histories' at Modern Art Oxford

“On walking into this exhibition it is impossible not to be immediately struck by the technical intricacy and skill involved.” Don’t miss the first major solo presentation of one of Scandinavia’s most outstanding artistic figures.

'Lenin: Leader of the Russian Revolution’ at The North Wall

From pictures of Lenin as a child to posters produced by his government, this is an exhibition not to be missed.

An Interview with Filmmaker and Photographer Qiu Yang

Qiu Yang’s film A Gentle Night was awarded the Short Film Palme d’Or at Cannes this year. Culture Calling speak to him about his work and his inspiration.

'Slanguages' Exhibition at The Buttery

Discover how languages are propelling British grime, comedy and percussion.

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24 Hours in Exeter

Small in size, but big in heart, Devon’s capital is the perfect city break.

'Bomberg' Exhibition Comes to Pallant House Gallery

Pallant House Gallery present a major exhibition of David Bomberg (1890 – 1957), marking the 60th anniversary of his death.

Independence of Vision: ‘Bomberg’ at Pallant House Gallery

Marking the 60th Anniversary of David Bomberg's death, ‘Bomberg’ is a fascinating look at one of the greatest, but often forgotten, British artists of the 20th Century.

A Stitch in Time: An Interview with Artist Alice Kettle

We speak with the multi award-winning textile artist about her upcoming solo exhibition, ‘Alice Kettle: Threads’, which commemorates her stunning body of monumental stitched artworks.

Art Speaks: An Interview with Spoken Word Artist Amani Saeed

To celebrate National Poetry Day, Culture Calling speaks with spoken word artist, and the 2017 winner of Art UK and National Poetry Day’s Art Speaks competition, Amani Saeed.

RWA Annual Open Exhibition Returns for 2017

The Royal West of England Academy presents its Annual Open Exhibition, a celebration of visual art.

An Interview with The Other Art Fair

Culture Calling speaks to Jessica Chow, fair manager of The Other Art Fair, one of the UK's most exciting and important artistic initiatives.

Refusing To Kill – Bristol's World War 1 Conscientious Objectors

Exhibition telling the important story of Bristol’s World War 1 Conscientious Objectors comes to Bristol Cathedral

A Guide to the Edinburgh Fringe 2017

Every August the incomparable Edinburgh Festival takes root in the Scottish capital, bringing with it hundreds of thousands of performers, critics, musicians, comedians. Read on for our guide to some of the shows to look out for.

An Interview with Tessa Lynch

We speak to the seminal artist about her upcoming performance at Bristol's Spike Island

Mischief and Madness in Moominvalley

Moomin mania is coming to Bristol. We speak to Bristol-based collective Lost and Found on their performance.

Rose Finn Kelcey: Life, Belief & Beyond

We speak to the curators behind Oxford Modern's latest retrospective on British-born artist Rose Finn Kelsey

Eastleigh Film Festival returns for another year of movie-magic

From airport terminals to school corridors, this year's festival is the most exciting yet

An Art Lover's Guide to British Gardens

From Barbara Hepworth's Sculpture Garden to Bloomsbury group hideout, Charleston, we discover Britain's most famous artist gardens

Oxford Intermix Jungle 2017

Art, music, design, performance: all within one space. Get to know the young minds behind Oxford collective, Intermix Jungle

An Art Lover’s Guide to Bristol

Whether you’re an aspiring artist or a self-proclaimed gallery junkie, creativity is at the heart of Bristol's ethos.

Come Rain or Shine: Bristol in the rain

When you’re in Britain, even the best-laid plans can be sent awry by a surprise thunderstorm. At Culture Calling, we want to make sure that your day out is great, whatever the weather!

A Guide to Brighton's Best Street Art

From Banksy to SNUB, here's a guide to the city's most exciting street art and murals

The Museum of Transology

The Museum of Transology, now on display in Brighton Museum’s Spotlight Gallery, is an installation that has been many years in the making.

John Minton Exhibition at Pallant House

One of the leading lights of British Neo-Romanticism in the 1940s, John Minton's retrospective reveals the artist's singular vision of the world.

'Camel' at the Pitt Rivers Museum

The camel takes centre stage in a major international photography project now on display at the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford.

A Museum Lover’s Guide to Bristol

From science centres to stately homes, if you're a museum buff Bristol is the perfect city to explore centuries of history.

Air: Visualising the Invisible at RWA

The Royal West of England Academy hosts this soaring new exhibition of airborne artworks in Bristol.

An Art Lover’s Guide to Oxford

Crammed with countless collections of painting and sculpture both ancient and modern, Oxford is a haven for art fans.

Turner Contemporary Summer Exhibitions

Head to Margate this summer for Turner Contemporary's brand new summer season.

Basim Magdy Exhibition at the Arnolfini

In his debut UK solo show, the innovative Egyptian artist uses dreamlike visuals and surreal slogans to predict the future.

A Guide to the Bristol Refugee Festival

This programme features film, live music, cycle rides and an Eid feast in a month-long celebration of Bristol's refugees.


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