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This month's Roundup is all about female artists. Brimming with artist news and art world happenings, look no further for your one-stop art fix.
The 70th anniversary of the prestigious BAFTA ceremony airs this Sunday, and to celebrate we’re thrilled to announce our partnership with the association and bring you a rare release of photographs capturing the glitz and the glamour of this long-running event.
We bring you the latest artist news, exhibition releases and team happenings in the first Rise Art Roundup of 2017.
December has landed and with it comes some very exciting news from the team. Catch up on artist press, art world happenings and see the kick off of the Rise Art Advent Calendar.
The October art fairs are over and Christmas is just around the corner. Read about what the team has been up to this autumn, hear news from our artists and discover the must-see international exhibitions.
With the opening of our exhibition in Hong Kong, plenty of exciting artist press and a brand new curated collection, September is off to a cracking start! Read the roundup to hear all about it.
We're thrilled to announce our upcoming live art event at the V&A museum. Rise Art's very own Mat Cahill will spend the day capturing the crowd with his distinctive illustrations, giving you the chance to find yourself amongst the work and purchase one of his original works. Find out more, watch the exclusive video interview & RSVP to the event!
It's been a fabulous summer of art and we have lots to report. Here we round up the excitement of August, showcasing news from our artists, the art world and beyond.
Punk London has come to town, celebrating 40 years of Punk’s subversive culture, with events happening all across the city this year, and Jessye Bloomfield has been on the hunt to find her top picks of what’s happening right now. So for a weekend full of art and anarchy, check out her recommendations and learn all about Punk right here.
Read all about our trip to Art in Action, Alma Haser at the Photographer's gallery, Hormazd Narielwalla at the Southbank Centre and our first ever artist drinks evening.