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Arts Minister Senator Mitch Fifield spoke at the opening of the National Visual Art Education Conference: "Obviously there is inherent value in art. There is inherent value in the creative process. But the arts does provide students with the capacity and the tools and the mechanisms to understand the world around them. To interpret the world around them. And to express what it is that they feel and what they see. And these are skills for life."
Open Sessions scheduled to take place in Glasgow (2 February), Inverness (4 February) and Edinburgh (11 February). A series of open sessions are being scheduled as part of a comprehensive review of the visual arts sector in Scotland, currently being delivered by Creative Scotland.
Apartir del 4 de diciembre, artistas del visual podrán postular por una residencia artística de tres a cuatro semanas de duración en el Espacio de Arte Contemporáneo (EAC), de la ciudad de Montevideo, Uruguay, para un (1) artista por cada Estado Parte y Asociado que participa de la presente edición.
Vesa-Pekka Rannikko (born 1968) is a versatile artist who achieves constant renewal by using elements from sculpture, painting and moving images. His works combine conceptuality with visually interesting and fascinating solutions, adding a firm and surprising touch to his art.
Sanna Kannisto (born 1974) is an internationally renowned photographic artist who has developed a very unique style of visual expression. Her works combine nature photography, key issues of photographic art and science-based ways of displaying nature.
Visual artists Rune Frederiksen (Denmark) and Tapiwa Chapo (Zimbabwe) will collaborate under a project dubbed Zimbabwe-Denamrk Cultural Art Dialogue. The initiative that will bring together the public, art students and the arts community started in Bulawayo on November 15 and will end on December 2 this year.