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Open Frequency:
Kathy Dalwood selected by Julia Kelly
Kathy Dalwood, Bricklayer, High Roller, Infanta, 2012

We asked art historian Julia Kelly to select a sculptor for Open Frequency. Here she profiles the work of Kathy Dalwood.

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Permindar Kaur, Untitled 7, 2014
Liliane Lijn, Power Game, 2009
Artist of the month:
Permindar Kaur
Lottery, arts and community:
a new concordat?
Permindar Kaur talks to us about her interest in child-like objects, working in the public realm and her solo exhibition at Djanogly Gallery in Nottingham.

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Axisweb Director Sheila McGregor welcomes the debate provoked by PLACE, a new report about the unequal distribution of arts Lottery funding.

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Members' News
Orlanda Broom, Gekka Bijin, 2014
Claire Manning, To fold (the Queens Head), 2014
Diamond Bullet
On Tap
James Freeman Gallery, London
until 31 May 2014

The mind is a jungle. Kurtz knew it; most artists do too. Diamond Bullet is an exhibition that brings together three British artists who use their painting to explore the penumbra of the familiar: Simon Burton, Orlanda Broom, and Irene Godfrey.

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Brewery Tap, 53 Tontine St, Folkestone 
Opening 11am-8pm 6 June, then on until
9 June 2014

MAKING ART WORK present this site responsive exhibition inspired by the gallery's past life as a pub, combining memories, imagined traces and historical anecdotes with reflections on shifting social and cultural trends.

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Forthcoming events
Creativity, Health and Well-being: 
Exploring art as a therapeutic tool within museums and galleries 
10am - 4pm Thursday 26 June 2014
Mostyn, Llandudno


Join us at our symposium to discuss inspirational art and health projects, and get practical tips for working in this way


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Susan Liggett, In-between-ness, Oriel Sycharth, 2013
Axisweb Roadshows
Come and meet us at one of our forthcoming events across the country:
Thursday 15 May 2014 at Chapter, Cardiff with Tom Morton (lunch provided) £5 members | £15 non members
Last few places left, book now >

Thursday 5 June 2014 at Chisenhale Gallery, London, with critic and art correspondent Louisa Buck. (Lunch provided) Â£5 member | £15 non members 
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Mark Wood, Ring Road, 2004
See details of Roadshows coming up >
More on Axisweb
Ben Lloyd, Fragments from the Landsker Line archive, 2008
Meeting during the founding of Islington Mill Art Academy in 2007. Photograph by Maurice Carlin
Call for Art Map Wales Correspondents
Attractive and malleable:
DIY art education 
Would you like to write commentary on artists, exhibitions, event, initiatives and news taking place in your region for our forthcoming Art Map Wales? 

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Do you really need to go to university to learn how to be an artist? Lawrence Bradby examines the idea of DIY art education in the UK.

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Still from Painter Painter: Dan Perfect, Fiona Rae
Painter, Painter:
Dan Perfect, Fiona Rae
Rant 101:
The Political Museum
Watch our film about artists Dan Perfect and Fiona Rae, commissioned by Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery to coincide with their show on until 6 July.

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Bethany Rex sees through the posturing of museums about public engagement and calls for a more honest handling of contemporary political issues.

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