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Masterworks of Native American Art to Be Donated to The Met by Charles and Valerie Diker

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With This Gift, Native American Art Will Now Be Displayed in The Met’s American Wing (New York, April 6, 2017)—The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today the promised gift from Charles and Valerie Diker of 91 works of Native American art—a selection of recognized masterworks from the collection they assembled over more than four decades. Joining another 20 works already…

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New creative partnership to get more people participating in the arts

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Pictured (l-r): Darren Henley, Jenny Niven, Tony Hall, Jonty Claypole, Nick Capaldi and Noireen Mckinney Major cultural organisations from across the UK are coming together in a way never seen before to inspire new audiences and enhance the UK’s position as a global creative force. Tony Hall, Director-General of the BBC, announced the launch of Culture UK – a new…

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The Civic To Showcase New Collection of Intimate Portraits by Barnsley Photographer Adrian Ashworth

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BARNSLEY PHOTOGRAPHER ADRIAN ASHWORTH EXPLORE THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THOSE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS IN A NEW COLLECTION OF INTIMATE PORTRAITS. Barnsley photographer Adrian Ashworth is probably most well-known for his images of Yorkshire and the Peak District. He has also previously been a professional photographer for Barnsley Metropolitan Council, covering official engagements and live music events. However, Adrian’s…

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CBeebies dances into Halifax to host free family event

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In celebration of Goldilocks And The Three Bears, CBeebies’ brand new ballet collaboration with Northern Ballet, the BBC is bringing its Dancing Beebies extravaganza back to Yorkshire on Tuesday 11 and Wednesday 12 April. The free family event will be held in the grounds of Eureka Children’s Museum, Halifax, between 10.30am-4.30pm on both days, and is open to everyone, whether…

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