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Listen again: UWE Fine Art / Art in the City Talks - Heather Phillipson Talk

Listen again to the discussion event with artist Heather Phillipson, as part of the UWE Fine Art / Art in the City Talks 2015.
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ΔE=W

Emma Smith’s ΔE=W (change in energy = the work) formed part of Arnolfini’s 4 Days micro-festival of performance art on Friday 17th January.
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Listen Again: Basim Magdy In Conversation

Catch up with artist Basim Magdy in conversation with Arnolfini curator of exhibitions Lucy Badrocke, a unique opportunity to learn more about his work.
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Listen Again: UWE/Art in the City Talks - Peter Liversidge

Listen again to the discussion event with artist Peter Liversidge, as part of the UWE Fine Art / Art in the City Talks Autumn 2014.
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Shezad Dawood: Listen Again

If you missed Shezad Dawood's talk, here's an opportunity to listen again. This talk was part of the Art in the City lecture series organised by Arnolfini, Bristol City Council, and the University of the West of England.
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Why Make Zines?

As Arnolfini hosts zine-making stations as part of Moving Targets, we talk to three keen fanzine contributors to find out what you can expect to get involved in throughout the summer...
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Arnolfini Podcast: Imagine New Rules - Episode 3

Claire Doherty is joined by guests Nick Young, Creative Director of Creative Youth Network, and Maisie Evans, who is one of the young people involved with Creative Youth Network in Bristol. They talk about the importance of dialogue, connections, creating networks and collaborative process.
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Moving Targets - Listen Again

As we near the end of the Moving Targets programme we take some time to review some of the events that have taken place and give you a chance to listen again...
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Watch the Emotional Archaeology film

Watch the short film that has been produced in response to Daphne Wright's Emotional Archaeology exhibition. Featuring the exhibition programmers, curator and makers of the artwork, discussing their perspectives on the artwork and the show.
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'Well, Carl and Robert weren't prepared...'

Read an extract from Chloe Cooper's audio walk From Here to There… And Back Again. The walk begins with a fictional conversation between the artists Carl Andre and Robert Smithson as they find themselves ‘elsewhere’.