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What is 14-18 NOW?

14-18 NOW is a five-year programme of extraordinary arts experiences connecting people with the First World War. Working with partners all across the UK, we commission new artworks from leading contemporary artists, musicians, designers and performers, inspired by the period 1914-18.

So far more than 30 million people have experienced the programme.

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PLANT YOUR POPPY THIS NOVEMBER

PLANT YOUR POPPY THIS NOVEMBER

7 November 2017

We already have over 23,500 poppies on the map. But we would love to find even more! If you haven’t already, please join us this November to plant your poppy and share your story. We’ve updated our digital map so...

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The final six locations on the #PoppiesTour

The final six locations on the #PoppiesTour

18 October 2017

This morning, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Karen Bradley, announced the final six locations of the Poppies Tour in 2018. The locations will be:   Hereford Cathedral Weeping Window: 14 March – 29 April Royal...

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Poppies: Weeping Window at Ulster Museum, Belfast

Poppies: Weeping Window at Ulster Museum, Belfast

13 October 2017

14-18 NOW is delighted to partner with National Museums Northern Ireland and the Belfast International Arts Festival to bring Poppies: Weeping Window to Northern Ireland. The sculpture will be free to view at Ulster Museum from 14 October to 3...

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SHOT AT DAWN OPENS AT IMPRESSIONS GALLERY

SHOT AT DAWN OPENS AT IMPRESSIONS GALLERY

6 October 2017

No Man’s Land at Impressions Gallery offers rarely-seen female perspectives on the First World War, featuring images taken by women who worked as nurses, ambulance drivers, and official photographers, as well as contemporary artists inspired by the conflict. Commemorating the...

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