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Colin Booth, Metropolis (detail) found wood, size variable, 2008

Cities of Ash

12 July - 13 September 2014

Flexing the architectural imagination, the artists in Cities of Ash offer the god-like experience of model city panoramas found in civic museums or on observation decks of towering skyscrapers. They each engage in the pursuit of obscuring the urban experience with a fantasy veil, leaving glimpses between its brushstrokes.

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17 July 2014
Cardiff MADE are hosting an exhibition by the artists from Kings Road Studios in Pontcanna from 18 July to the 2 August. Cardiff MADE Gallery, 41 Lochaber Street, Roath, Cardiff, CF24 3LS.
10 July 2014
TANT Magazine is calling for submissions that, unrestricted by form or genre, relate to
any aspect of Berger's work, and, by placing it at the centre of its enquiry, contribute to a responsive
postscript that acts as a document of ideas and reaches the world beyond the conference setting.

For initial proposals for publication please contact tantmagazine(at)gmail.com
4 July 2014
The July Bulletin for artists is now out, with updates and advance notices about stuff at g39, Warp users' projects, and recommendations.

Coming soon in Unit#1: If This Is Nowhere

Work by Tom Crawford and associated programme, curated by Nia Metcalfe
12 July 13 September 2014

(preview events on Friday 11 July 6-9pm and Friday 22 August 6-9pm)

If This Is Nowhere
is a two-part exhibition that seeks to investigate the problems, contradictions, politics and potential in contemporary urban development. It does this particularly from the position of cultural communities and producers, and how their activities and interventions can affect change, both positively and negatively.
Centred around the work of Tom Crawford, who considers the notions inherent in these concerns through a changing exhibition of film, installation and paintings, the programme also features comments, arguments and texts from architects, journalists, artists and writers. It aims to ask questions and offer stimulus on how we as citizens might forge a more vibrant, genuine and honest future for ourselves and our surroundings.

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g39 is recruiting

We have a triple whammy of vacancies at g39 over the coming months, please click on the links for more information:

Warp Intern http://bit.ly/1meYfuo (deadline Wed 16 July)

Programme Assistant http://bit.ly/1xqZtHd (deadlinel Wed 30 July)

Apprentice http://bit.ly/1vFjsiE (deadline Wed 20 August)

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