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Show Room: Artist Felicity Hammond prods London's property bubble with Language of Living commission
Working somewhere between photography, sculpture, property promotional materials and contemporary art, Felicity Hammond has made a candy-coloured room for Brighton's HOUSE Festival.
Catherine Edwards was one of four archaeologists faced with the task of a salvage operation at Clandon Park, in Surrey, after a huge electrical fire. She describes the mission to save artefacts from the 18th century site.
Renovations of a vaulted chamber beneath the National Trust property Cliveden in Berkshire have offered clues to its original purpose and the public are invited to take a look.
Set in a secret Brighton garden during the city's festival month, sculptor Hamish Black's Blackbird sculpture has been described as a silent song in a secret garden - as he tells Culture24.
Community archaeologists in Winchester have spoken of the "rollercoaster" they embarked upon during a back garden dig which revealed major structures from the 12th century Hyde Abbey.
On the first anniversary of a fire at a Surrey National Trust house which destroyed a First World War football, re-enactors will embark on a two-day march with an Edwardian-style replica.
As his new End of Empire exhibition opens, the artist talks to Mark Sheerin about the EU Referendum, the First World War and adopting a reconciliatory approach.
Death is eternal in Shakespeare. Take a look at the new Shakespeare's Dead exhibition at the Weston Library in Oxford, with co-curator Professor Emma Smith.
Pallant House gallery has acquired a largely unseen drawing by Edgar Degas, previously owned by Gladys Deacon, Duchess of Marlborough as part of the Acceptance in Lieu scheme.
A trio of exhibitions together with events, readings and a flurry of book publications mark the 125th birthday of Stanley Spencer in 2016/17.
Win a copy of the beautiful monograph of photographs by pioneering photographer Helen Muspratt as featured in the current exhibition at Pallant House Gallery.