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#DearBasim

Artist Basim Magdy invites you to respond to his work through your own digital devices.
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#InspiredbyBristol

What inspires you about Bristol? Following our shortlisting for Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year 2016, we invite you to contribute your own cultural experiences of the city using the #InspiredbyBristol hash tag. Tell the world what makes this city special.
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'Hello Copper Heads'

For the 8th instalment of Dune Series we'll get to hear the sounds of records made from copper, stone and clay brought to us by a set from Copper Sounds, an open-source, experimental Record Label and Manufacturer. We sent a few questions to founder Isaac Stacey to learn a little more about them...
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'Shared Identities': Grayson Perry Youth Review

We were delighted to welcome emerging young artists from Creative Youth Network to a press tour with Grayson Perry at the exhibition opening last month. They've shared their responses with us, take a look.
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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’.
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4 Days - Project Boondock Reflection

Ahead of April’s 4 Days Project Boondock members Sarah Blissett and Rasheeda Nalumoso reflect on participation, audience/spectator relations and the collaborative artwork. Project Boondock’s in-situ ‘You Are Here’ forums considered the ranges of experiences and exchanges at Arnolfini’s January edition of 4 Days
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4 Days: Q & A with Matthew Drage and Leslie Kulesh

Ahead of their upcoming presentations at April’s 4 Days. Artists Leslie Kulesh and Matthew Drage talk freedom, risk, participation, technology and spirituality to writer and curator Laura McLean-Ferris. Both artists invite audiences to experience artist-led meditations.
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4 Days - a look at April's edition

From Thursday 25 April until Sunday 28 April, Arnolfini presents the second edition of 4 Days. Curator Jamie Eastman outlines what's in store and the themes behind the forthcoming 4 Days programme.
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4 Days Curtain Call

This week Arnolfini presents the third installment of its irregular live and performance art festival 4 Days on Thursday 12 - Sunday 15 September.
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4 Days in-depth: A preview of the forthcoming January edition

From Thursday 17th January until Sunday 20th January Arnolfini presents the first edition of 4 Days. Presenting live and performance art throughout the building, 4 Days focuses on artists who regularly choose liveness as a strategy for the presentation of ideas. Curator Jamie Eastman gives us further insight into the January edition...