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Tonight - we are #FacebookLIVE streaming iconic fashion designer Roksanda Ilincic's story in her own words c/o Creative Entrepreneurship Academy.

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We are delighted to unveil ‘folly’, Phyllida Barlow's exhibition for the British Pavilion at the La Biennale di Venezia, Italy.

Commissioned by the British Council, Barlow has transformed everyday materials, such as timber, concrete and fabric, into bold sculptures that infiltrate the entire building, reaching up to the roof and even spilling outside.

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Roksanda Illincic has dressed the likes of Cate Blanchett, Amy Adams, Kiera Knightley and more. Find out about her journey of entrepreneurship tomorrow evening when we Facebook Live stream her talk from the Design Museum 6.30pm - 8.30 pm GMT

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Roksanda Illincic has dressed the likes of Cate Blanchett Amy Adams Kiera

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Any budding authors interested in self-publishing an e-book? Discover some top tips via our article below.
Any budding authors interested in selfpublishing an ebook Discover some top tips

How to crowd-fund and self-publish an e-book | British Council

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Watch British Pavilion Commissioner Emma Dexter describe how artist Phyllida Barlow “discovers the real strength” of materials like fabric, paper and scrim and transforms them into vast, bold sculptures.

Find out more about Phyllida Barlow’s exhibition ‘folly’: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We are delighted to unveil ‘folly’, Phyllida Barlow's exhibition for the British Pavilion at the La Biennale di Venezia, Italy.

Commissioned by the British Council, Barlow has transformed everyday materials, such as timber, concrete and fabric, into bold sculptures that infiltrate the entire building, reaching up to the roof and even spilling outside.

Find out more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We are delighted to unveil folly Phyllida Barlows exhibition for the British
“The audience would be as important as the works themselves”

British artist Phyllida Barlow talks about the process of creating her ambitious installation for the British Pavilion at the La Biennale di Venezia, Italy.

See Barlow’s sketches and how her vast sculptures came to be installed in the Pavilion: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice presents a new exhibition by James Richards, entitled ‘Music for the gift’, as a Collateral Event at La Biennale di Venezia

“It’s the first time I’ve made so much new work for so many rooms,” Richards explains how he created a sound installation, collages and a film made in collaboration with artist Steve Reinke for the his major new commission.

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"There are a number of characters in the film, they are all played by me... I dress up in elaborate costume and prosthetic make-up and transform myself into different characters"

Scotland + Venice presents a major new film commission by Rachel Maclean, entitled ‘Spite Your Face’, as a Collateral Event at La Biennale di Venezia. Maclean’s film explores the power of stories and Maclean’s...
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We are delighted to unveil ‘folly’, Phyllida Barlow's exhibition for the British Pavilion at the La Biennale di Venezia, Italy.

Commissioned by the British Council, Barlow has transformed everyday materials, such as timber, concrete and fabric, into bold sculptures that infiltrate the entire building, reaching up to the roof and even spilling outside.

Find out more: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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We are delighted to unveil folly Phyllida Barlows exhibition for the British
"I wanted to use all the different languages of sculpture."

Join British artist Phyllida Barlow on a tour of her ambitious installation, entitled ‘folly’, for the #BritishPavilion at the La Biennale di Venezia, Italy.

Commissioned by the British Council, Barlow has transformed everyday materials, such as timber, concrete and fabric, into bold sculptures that infiltrate the entire building,...
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Stay tuned as tomorrow from 9am we're launching films about the Great Britain, Wales and Scotland exhibitions at the Venice Biennale.

You'll be the first to see Phyllida Barlow, Rachel Maclean and James Richards' exhibitions in Venice!

Follow #UKinVenice & #BritishPavilion on Instagram and Twitter for more of the action!

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Are you planning to visit the Venice Biennale?

Explore our online UK in Venice map to find out about the UK-related exhibitions and events taking place across the city from May-November 2017.
Are you planning to visit the Venice Biennale

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We’re excited to announce a new opportunity open to artists who are migrants, based anywhere in the world.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of our Edinburgh Showcase, we invite practitioners to dream about the future with us in #Imagine2037, a festival of imaginary performances.
Were excited to announce a new opportunity open to artists who are

Opportunity: Apply to take part in our imaginary festival in Edinburgh

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From exhibitions to films discover how you can celebrate #UKIndia2017 across the UK

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From exhibitions to films discover how you can celebrate UKIndia2017 across the UK

8 ways to celebrate UK-India Year of Culture 2017

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