It’s time to grab your wellies and tent as there is a festival coming to a field near you soon! Festival fever is in full swing across the region and this year there is more than ever before.
Whether you want to dance in the crowds until day turns to night, feast on some of the East’s tastiest food or lose yourself in performances from some of the best artists around, there really is something for everyone.
At the end of the month, East Anglia will be celebrating Britain’s finest, fi sh & chips and…wine! Raise a glass to English Wine Week with a vineyard tour and tuck into the seaside classic with our list of the best fi sh and chip shops. There’s also ideas for keeping the family entertained through half term and exciting walks for dog lovers – don’t forget to join our new dog-friendly Facebook page!
July 2018 issue of Bido Lito! magazine. Featuring: MC NELSON, THE DSM IV, GRIME OF THE EARTH, EMEL MATHLOUTHI, REMY JUDE, LIVERPOOL BIENNIAL, CAR SEAT HEADREST, THE MYSTERINES, TATE @ 30 and much more.
Visual Language Magazine is a contemporary fine art magazine with pages filled with dynamic fine art, brilliant color and stimulating composition. Visual Language is the common connection around the world for art expressed through every media and process. The artists connect through their creativity to the viewers by both their process as well as their final piece. No interpreters are necessary because Visual Language crosses all cultures around the world.
Overview of current exhibitions (Jaume Plensa, BIG, Jose Carlos Teixeira, and Art/Word/Image), upcoming exhibitions (Irene Grau), and new acquisitions (Bruce Conner). Listing of events, donors, members, and educational programs.
BeatRoute Magazine is a monthly arts and entertainment paper with a predominant focus on music – local, independent or otherwise. The paper started in June 2004 and continues to provide a healthy dose of perversity while exercising rock ‘n’ roll ethics.
Newsletter of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, with articles about exhibitions (Far Out: Art from the 1960s, Art/Word/Image, Irene Grau: construction season, and The House of Sparkling Glasses: A Celluloid Experience by M.J. Paggie), events, education, and supporting the arts.