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Rivers Of The World: Public Art Competition

18/06/20 – 16/07/20 Free

Deadline for entries: Thursday 16th July 2020 Peterborough Young people aged 11 – 18 are being invited to create new art works inspired by the River Nene which will be displayed outside Tate Modern (London) and along the river Peterborough. 20 of the best entries will be selected and artist Jeni Cairns will combine them to create a design for a flag. The finished flag will be displayed with a series of flags in front of Tate Modern, London and…

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What 2 Do Online with Travis Alabanza

16/07/20 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM Free

TRAINING AND NETWORKING EVENT FOR EARLY CAREER ARTISTS   Over the next few years Metal is looking to further develop a free programme of support for Early Career Artists, those in their first few years of defining themselves as an artist. Though not exclusively, we are particularly interested in how we can help early career artists who live or work in our host cities of Liverpool, Peterborough and Southend on Sea. Click here to see how we define an ‘early…

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Future Network Shorts #3

30/07/20 12:00 AM – 11:59 PM Free

FUTURE NETWORK SHORTS Hosted online, every last Thursday of the month from May 2020. At each event, 6 artists from across the UK will each host a 20 minute sharings of work, performance, conversations or experimentation. THURS 30 JULY Artist line-up coming soon! Follow @MetalCultureUK for updates.   Future Network Shorts is a new digital programme from Metal. It has been developed from existing live events which take place at all Metal venues (Future Network in Peterborough, Future Park in…

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CODAs in Motion: Talk and Workshop with Pierce Starre (Online)

02/08/20 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Free

10:00 – 11:30 via Zoom, Sunday 2nd August Register Online This workshop is open to Children of Deaf Adults over the age of 16. Pierce Starre is a Liverpool based artist with a practice situated in performance. Pierce’s first language is British Sign Language, as both of his parents are profoundly Deaf. Previous works have explored his experience of growing up as a hearing individual in a predominantly silent household. Pierce has explored through his work the territory which he…

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