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Open Call: Arts and Cultural Interventions in Dementia

01/09/17

FACT is now recruiting participants for an AHRC-funded Creative Development Lab on the theme of arts and cultural interventions in dementia care. We’re looking for individuals with a passionate intere…
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Open Call: Artists Residency Exchange Programme between FACT and Nam June Paik Art Centre (NJPAC)

01/09/17

Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (FACT) and Nam June Paik Art Center (NJPAC) are participating in the Artists’ Residency Programme for UK/Korea 2017-2018 with the theme ‘Creative Future’.  E…
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Two creative young people from Burnley win top prize for our public art competition

30/08/17

Two talented Burnley school pupils, Teigan Bateman, 11, and Chloe Waddington, 14, have jointly scooped the top prize in a prestigious “text painting” competition for 25 year olds and under, launched b…
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Celebrating Sincerity: ‘What I want more than anything else’ in Burnley

30/08/17

Callan Waldron-Hall returns to Burnley Library to report on the finale of Networked Narrative's public art commission, ‘What I want more than anything else’ by Mark Titchner that have taken place acro…
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BFI Academy is back.

10/08/17

Every year, the BFI Film Academy at FACT gives talented and passionate 16-19 year olds from all backgrounds, the opportunity to be part of the UK's future film industry. If you're interested in a care…
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Wafaa Bilal, The Ashes Series: Al-Mutanabbi Street, 2003-2013

08/08/17

The 168:01 Wafaa Bilal crowdfunder is almost at 40%! FACT caught up with Jot Paper Co., who have been working on some limited edition prints of Bilal’s Al-Mutanabbi Street, 2003-2013, as part of the £…
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Bethan Griffith's from Wigan shares her story about working with Mark Titchner

30/07/17

Ten months ago (in September 2016), myself and several young people got involved in the Wigan part of the Mark Titchner public art project, “What I want more than anything else” managed by FACT in par…
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