Live & Public Art
From Antony Gormley's Angel of the North to the Fourth Plinth, Live and Public Art has never been more visible. Track this modern phenomenon here with Culture24 news, reviews, event listings, websites and resources drawn from the art and gallery world.
Curator's Choice: The Creative Producer at Brighton's Dome tells us about taking a visual arts approach to the five-day, electronic-led festival which is about to begin.
A new project called 14-18 NOW has been announced that will deliver a series of participatory arts commissions for the First World War Centenary between 2014 and 2018.
The 2013 winner of the Great British Bake off, Frances Quinn, is at the Hepworth in Wakefield today to celebrate the gallery's millionth visitor with a Barbara Hepworth-inspired cake.
Laure Prouvost said she would celebrate by dancing after becoming only the third non-British winner of the Turner Prize in a ceremony broadcast live from Londonderry.
See pictures from the spectacular Lumiere festival, which attracted more than 175,000 visitors to Derry-Londonderry across four days.
Fifty years after starting out in the city's Bullring, organisers at Ikon have invited some of their former gallery-fillers back as part of their 2014 exhibition programme.
From the North Pole in South Yorkshire to an after-hours trail through Kew Gardens, here are some places to meet Father Christmas between now and the end of the year.
The former headquarters of the Tetley Brewery will reopen as a new contemporary arts space for Leeds at the end of November.
Created for Britain's first post-war NHS hospital, the largest single artwork created by William Scott during his lifetime has gone on display to coincide with the Turner Prize exhibition.
Christine Borland, Jim Lambie and Iain Hetherington are among dozens of artists taking to galleries across Scotland, including Edinburgh's Fruitmarket and Glasgow's Tramway.
Led by former Scottish Chamber Orchestra Chorus Master Gregory Batsleer and a choir of alto, soprano, tenor and bass mentors, visitors are being invited to sing in the galleries.
Welcome to Happy Redoubt, an installation at the House's Inigo Rooms by Juneau Projects, invites visitors to enter the post-apocalyptic aftermath of a technological meltdown.
Landscape architect and historian Todd Longstaffe-Gowan says his pop-up piazza at the British Library honours the Georgian “passion for extravagant temporary caprice”.
Refugee artists offer a journey into the world of the displaced with an innovative multimedia show celebrating 150 years of humanitarian aid.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution has created a touring exhibition to raise awareness and appreciation of those who volunteered for them during World War I.