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A DYNAMIC virtual sculpture exhibition which plays with the notion of instant communication such as e-mail, web chat and text messages goes on show at the Herbert Art Gallery in Coventry from tomorrow. Called Ghosts, it runs until March 23.

PRINTS from Coventry's Nancy Upshall inspired by Hong Kong and the Tin Hau Festival at Yuen Long is showing at Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham. There is also a series of monoprints of the Man Mo Temple dedicated to the Taoist Gods of Literature and the Martial Arts. Upshall is a tutor at the Centre for Lifelong Learning at Warwick University in Coventry. The show runs until after Easter.

ARTIST and author Susan Deighton is giving a presentation on her work and her experiences of travelling in Zimbabwe and Kenya at Dunchurch Village Hall, Rugby and District Art Society on March 2 at 7.30pm. Admission is pounds 2. Phone 01926 632662.

A WEBSITE called Footsteps, using images and text generated by children, has been launched by Coventry City Council and Warwickshire County Council. Visit www.theherbert.org/learning/ footstepsintime

TATE Britain and the BBC are producing a six-part series exploring how the British landscape has inspired artists for 300 years. The series will be launched in June and be presented by David Dimbleby.

COVENTRY artist Lawrence Storey-Brown is showing his work in an exhibition called Livin' Lovin' Angry Man at the Upper Gallery at Bedworth Civic Centre from Monday to March 13.

PAINTINGS, etchings and objects by Frieda Van de Poll go on show at an exhibition called Sea Mates at the Tin Angel Spon Street, Coventry from March 2.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Feb 25, 2005
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