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Gifting in the Arts (CGS v AIL)

The Arts Council England saw a record-breaking year in 2020 with the value of cultural objects and art entering public ownership equating to an impressive £64.5 million with £40 million of tax liabilities being settled in return. Philanthropic giving of …

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The NFT revolution in the covid-era

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have been around for a while, but in the Covid-era as more cultural experiences are migrating online, we are now seeing a far greater take-up amongst ordinary consumers. In simple terms, an NFT represents provable ownership rights …

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Selected artists announced for CB’s graduate art award exhibition: Exceptional

Collyer Bristow and curator Rosalind Davis are delighted to announce the selected artists for the 2019 Collyer Bristow Graduate Art Award: Exceptional.  Jackie Berridge, Daisy Billowes, Kim Booker, Lena Brazin, Julie Caves, Fergus Cooper, Theo Ellison, Tom Faber, Nathaniel Faulkner, …

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Collyer Bristow graduate art award returns for 2019

Exceptional, the Collyer Bristow graduate art award, is a competition for graduates from London Art Schools/ Universities, open to those who graduated between 2016-19 from BA/MA/MFA/Post Grad Diploma courses. Artists are invited to apply for the opportunity to be part …

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