Arts and culture
Agent Louisa specialises in marketing the arts. Read about some of the things she has done.
Art text can often leave audiences scratching their heads and wondering what the blazes they mean. The Independent ran an article (Why it’s time for galleries to drop the jargon) a couple of weeks ago about tongue-twisting but often repetitively … Continue reading
Next week is my first official job as a Festival Chronicler. Both Agent Pete and I are chronicling the Swindon Festival of Literature which starts this bank holiday monday (at 5:30am, yikes!) for twelve days. We’ll be reporting, gossiping, photographing … Continue reading
A group of composers and performers who hear music in everyday sounds have formed a co-operative to expose their art to a wider audience. Birmingham-based SOUNDkitchen make and perform experimental electroacoustic music created from the sounds of the world around … Continue reading
A giant outdoor landmark sculpture by Damien Hirst, a celebration of Mary Fedden, sculptures and drawings by Elisabeth Frink, Japanese-inspired paintings from Lisa Milroy, and in a double-bill: new work from Jack Vettriano and black and white photographs from Jeannette … Continue reading
Hundreds of art lovers flocked to Marlborough Town Hall over the weekend to see an exhibition featuring a staggering 1,500 pieces of work by primary school children. The Art at the Heart Children’s Festival worked with local primary schools and … Continue reading
A WILTSHIRE orchestra is celebrating 70 years of hitting all the right notes with an anniversary concert this November in the market town where it was founded. The celebration concert at Chippenham’s Neeld Hall on Saturday, November 20 will feature … Continue reading