London 2012

World Cities Culture Report

(1 August, 2012) This morning saw the launch of a multi-city report, attempting to benchmark the level of cultural activity ...
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The Owl and the Pussy Cat

(31 July, 2012) A canal is not your typical spot for an impromptu opera, but at Mile End Park, locals, ...
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Little Sun, Tate Modern

(August 2012) London’s Tate Modern went dark last night on28 July for the first of Olafur Eliasson’s Little Sun events, which ...
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Hatwalk

(30 July, 2012) Londoners woke up this morning to find some of the capital's most famous statues dressed in designer hats ...
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Art of the Olympians

(28 July 2012) Yesterday, C@tO attended an exhibition called 'Art of the Olympians' dedicated to the art works of Olympic ...
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London 2012 Art Exhibitions

(29 July, 2012) The National Portrait Gallery has opened an exhibition of portraits of not just athletes, but some of the ...
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Akram Khan on the London 2012 Opening Ceremony

(29 July 2012) Yesterday, choreographer and dancer Akram Khan gave a press conference about his contribution to the London 2012 ...
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The Olympic Journey

(29 July, 2012) A new exhibition at the Royal Opera House conveys the origins of the Olympic Games, from ancient ...
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All the Bells

(27 July, 2012) At 8:12am this morning, C@tO covered the All the Bells event at HMS Belfast. This project by ...
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Athleticizm by Goldie

(3 Aug, 2012) Artist Goldie has created 12 new paintings for the London 2012 Games, depicting athletes. They will be ...
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Art in the Park, Olympic Park

(26 July 2012) If any of you are lucky enough to visit the Olympic Park, then make sure you take ...
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Sacrilege, inflatable Stonehenge part of London 2012 Festival

(21 July, 2012) An inflatable life-size version of Stonehenge is not an obvious cultural intervention for an Olympic Games, but ...
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