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54° North www.fifty-four.org
Ad;lib gallery An evening of live art, including performances, films and sound (originally performed on 30/6/2001)
Art Announcements The art announcements newsletter list is an open call database that contains call for entries organized by submission dates for Europe and the United States. It addresses emerging as well as established visual artists and provides information about a wide range of art-related events on an international scale.
Art Climbers An on-line art gallery, actively promoting the work of both up-and-coming, and established artists.
Arts Council of England Arts Council for the Yorkshire area
Artefact Art Galleries and Openings in Clifford Street, Cork Street and district.
Art Guide There are hundreds of magnificent public art collections in Great Britain and Ireland and each year they are enjoyed by millions of visitors from all over the world. Art Guide is for anyone who has ever enjoyed a trip to one of these collections. We hope that it will lead to many more pleasures of the same kind.
ArtLink Exchange ArtLink ExChange is the region's leading Community Arts organisation.
Art Monthly The indispensable guide to today's fast-moving artworld.
Art Shopper Find the best art galleries in your local area.
Aspex Gallery Aspex Visual Arts Trust, is a charity, which directs the Aspex Gallery, leases visual arts buildings in Portsmouth and campaigns for the visual arts.
AXIS Artists "Axis is the essential showcase for contemporary British visual artists."
Backstep Vision Norbert Schliewe and Backstep Vision welcome you to experience: moved images, only to be produced by the unique Light illusion Machine. The reorganization of a visual articulation with the means of a forgotten historical media. The "missing link" to another view of the world. The anarchy of retreat.
BBC Online: Arts Art events in the news from across the world.
Ben WoodesonBen Woodeson, a contemporary artist living and working in Glasgow, Scotland.
Blueren Productions If you're looking for contemporary artwork for your office, restaurant, hotel, or simply for a personal gift, this is the place to be.
Britart British Art directory.
British Arts Information for artists wishing to sell work, find galleries and exhibition spaces.
Cab Gallery Cab Gallery was a project curated by London art dealer Paul Stolper, and London taxi driver and art collector Jason Brown.
Corner House Cornerhouse is Greater Manchester's international centre for contemporary visual arts and film.
Covert Poetics In conjunction with the Humber Mouth annual literature festival, 14th - 24th November 2002.
Cube Cinema Cube grew from cinema entertainment collective club rhombus. Hogge, Julian, Jack and Kevin took over The disused building that was the arts center cinema in October 1998 and since then has been producing a radically programmed venue hosting event cinema, live music, exhibition entertainments. The Rough Trade of cinemas.
EICH Gallery European Illustration Collection Hull.
Exploding Cinema The EXPLODING CINEMA is a coalition of film/video makers committed to developing new modes of exhibition for underground media; from DIY screenings in all kinds of venues to low/no budget film tours, cable T.V. and the internet.
Flowers East Gallery www.flowerseast.co.uk
Future Sonic Future Sonic is an open forum for the exploration of horizons in sound.
Gallery Anima Figurative and non-figurative contemporary art in oil, acrylic and mixed media By Artist Echi Aaberg.
Galleries Online The aim of Galleries Online is to bring together emerging and established artists from all areas of the visual arts with a view to getting maximum exposure for their work by exhibiting it on the Web.
Gallery Worldwide Started in 2003 this site has been built as to be leader in the art e-business market.
Han Hoogerbrugge Dutch animator.
Hull City Council Kingston upon Hull is the major centre of the Humber region and has a travel to work population of close to 450,000. The spacious city and suburbs offer a pleasant environment and good business and leisure facilities.
Hull City Arts The City Arts Unit aims to develop the arts through the support and encouragement of creative people. Based at the Central Library in the city's Learning Services Directorate, the unit is ideally placed to contribute to the development of arts in schools, with libraries and the youth service, and throughout the wider community.
Hull Literature Festival As it has grown the festival has sought to involve an increasing number of local people and to bring you a wide range of events for all tastes.
Hull School of Art & Design The Hull School has a strong sense of identity that supports students with the benefits of studying in a specialist Art and Design environment.
Hull Time Based Arts (HTBA) Hull Time Based Arts is an artist led organisation, existing to pioneer and champion new work in time based media: film & video, performance, installation, sound & music, multi- and interdisciplinary work, and digital, online and new media arts.
Hull Trains Established in September 2000, Hull Trains are the newest and most innovative rail operators in the UK today.
Hull Truck Theatre Hull Truck Theatre gratefully acknowledges the support of Yorkshire Arts and Kingston upon Hull City Council.
Impressions Gallery Impressions Gallery opened in 1972 as one of the first specialist contemporary photography galleries in Europe.
Independant Art School An evolving project based on a questioning and D-I-Y ethos, manifesting itself through non-institutional environments which can be described as "temporary schools".
Institute of International Visual Arts (INIVA) inIVA creates exhibitions, publications, multimedia, education and research projects designed to bring the work of artists from culturally-diverse backgrounds to the attention of the widest possible public.
International Art News The largest marketplace for contemporary art, international art news, art research and marketing tools, online since 1995.
Mike Ryder Collection of photographs and work by artist Michael Ryder.
Plantation Productions Plantation Productions, the umbrella organisation that houses the band 'Custom Made', the experimental sound, music and noise label 'Label', the artist Ben Smith, and the DJ, Short Grain.
Reactor Reactor is a Nottingham based collective who work collaboratively on a variety of events and projects. Since it’s inception The Group have instigated a plethora of unique projects, making us consider alternative venues alongside conventional galleries, and building up a wave of reaction as a result. Offering events that parody the social cliché of the art launch event and challenge the ‘new art rules’.
ROOM ROOM is a small artist run initiative, situated in a marginal area of Rotterdam: Rotterdam North. After traveling around making projects and exhibitions in disused shop spaces we found a home in Benthuizerstraat 96.
Safe As Milk Safe as milk is a non-profit organization producing and promoting experimental and new art, music and sound. Safe as Milk was established in 1998, and since then we have arranged numerous concerts, exhibitions, poetry readings, film screenings, and performances. The Safe as Milk organisation includes three different labels realeasing records; Safe as Milk records , Melektronikk and Spilt Milk. We also arrange an annual festival in the end of july in Haugesund, at the west coast of Norway.
Serpentine Gallery The Serpentine Gallery, situated in the heart of Kensington Gardens in a 1934 tea pavilion, was founded in 1970 by the Arts Council of Great Britain. Today the Gallery attracts over 400,000 visitors a year and is one of London's most loved exhibition sites for modern and contemporary art.
Tate Modern Housed in the former Bankside Power Station, Tate Modern displays the Tate collection of international modern art from 1900 to the present day, including major works by Dalí, Picasso, Matisse, Rothko and Warhol as well as contemporary work by artists such as Dorothy Cross, Gilbert & George and Susan Hiller
The Mars Patent Have you ever dreamed of seeing works of art and theory on Mars? Now you can!
Transmission Gallery A diverse and increasingly high profile art scene has emerged in Glasgow with Transmission at its centre. Transmission provides a place where artists can meet, talk and exhibit along with local and international peers and influences.
Westspace West Space is one of Melbourne's oldest artist-run galleries. It was established in May 1993 and has played a dynamic and unique role in Australia's contemporary art community ever since.

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