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VENUS IN THE LANDSCAPE

VENUS IN THE LANDSCAPE

30 January - 23 February

Wiltshire artist Mirka Golden-Hann has curated this new exhibition to pay tribute to one of the oldest ceramic artefacts in the world, discovered in her native Czech Republic.
The Venus of Dolní Vêstonice is a ceramic figurine of a nude female figure, dated to 29,000 - 25,000 BC. It was found in 1925 at the Paleolithic site Dolní Vêstonice in Moravia, part of the Czech Republic, and for a long time was thought to be the oldest surviving ceramic figurine in existence.

Address: Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, SALISBURY, SP1 3UT.

Phone: 01722 320333

Website: www.wiltshirecreative.co.uk

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Evolver Prize 2019

Artists, photographers and designers are invited to submit actual cover size 2D work in any media for selection for the front cover of EVOLVER 106 (July and August 2018 issue) + £1,000.

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