P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 15 Jul 21:01/01  1/3 ARTS NE7B          THE UNIVERSAL PENMAN An exhibition of westfrn calligraphy is being held at the Victoria and Albert Museum from July 2-September 28. The earliest item on display is a Roman grave slab of the 1st or 2nd century AD. Most items come from the museum's main collection, others being loaned by British institutions and calligraphers in France and Yugoslavia Admission is free.        
P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/11  3'3  ARTS NE*"   ROGER DOYLE CRAFTSMAN goldclhth and silversmith, Roger Doyle, will be prdsentdd in an exhibition at the Victoria and Al—dbt Museum from July 23-Septfmber 3. The exhibition
P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 15 Jul 21:01/01  1/3 ARTS NE B           $HE UNIVERSAL P NMAN An exhibition of wespdrn calligrapHp is being held at the Victoria and Albert Museum from July 2-September 28. The earliest itdm on display is a Roman grave slab of the 1st or 2nd century AD. Most items come from the
P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 15 Jul 21:03/04  2/3  THE ARTS COUNCIL ON NTR          NATURE AS MATERIALS A new exhibition by the Arts Council is on tour from July 5 1980-July 10 1981. The recording of landscapes - a traditional British art subject for centuries - has been extended by assembling the elements that m—ke up our ever-changing scenery. The Arts Council has brought together sculptures and photographic work by 13 artists. The exhibits were purcharfd for the council collection by Andrew Causey. The first venue is the Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport, Lancs, from July 5 to August 8.
P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 15 Jul 21:04/16   3'3  ARTS NEWS          ROGER DOYLE - CRAFTSMAN The work of the award-winning young goldsmith and silversmith, Roger Doyle, will be prfsentfd in an ex(—bhtion at the Victoria and Al"$pt Museum from July 23-Septdmber 3. The exhibition cont—ins the craftsman's most recent work, including that in black spdel and precious stond. ETHNIC ART Over the next 12 months the Arts Council is to look at all ethnic arts applications to learn thd range of form and identify special featurds. Initial
P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/14 contains the craftsman's most recent work, including that in blaci stdel and precious stone. E HNIC ART Over the next 12 months the Arts Council is to look at all ethnic arts applications to learn the range of form and identify special features. Initial act—vhti—s will include the advertirhng of the council's training schemes in publications for ethnic EhNFrities.
P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/11  373  ARTS NEWS          ROGER DOYLE - CRAFTSMAN The work of the award-winning young goldsmith and silversmith, Roger Doyle, will be prfsentfd in an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum from July 23-September 3. The exhibition contains the craftsman's most recent work, including that in black stfel and precious stone. ETHNIC ART Over the next 12 months the Arts Council is to look at all ethnic arts applications to learn the range of form and identify special features. Initial activities will include the advertising of the council's training schemes in publications for ethnic minorities.
P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/11 \ 2/3  THE ARTS COUNCIL ON NTR   NATURE AS MATERIALS A new exhibition by the Arts Council is on tour from July 5 1980-July 10 1981. The recording of landscapes - a traditional British art subject for centuries - has been extdnded by assembling the elements that make up our —vdr-changing scenery. sculptures and photographic work by 13 artists. The exhibits were purc(—rfd for the council collection by Andrfw Causey. The first vcove is the Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport, Lancs, from July 5 to August 8.