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    Over 17,000 visitors to Southern Press

    Posted: 9 February 2012 by ESCALA

    Over 17,000 people have visited ESCALA's inaugural exhibition Southern Press: Prints from Brazil, Paraguay and Chile since firstsite opened 25 September 2011. The selection, from the ESCALA Collection, focuses on the works of thirteen printmakers from the 1950s, 60s and 70s.

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    Southern Press exhibition dates extended

    Posted: 19 January 2012 by ESCALA

    The dates for ESCALA's first exhibition, Southern Press: Prints from Brazil, Paraguay and Chile, at firstsite in Colchester have been extended until Sunday 12 February 2012.

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    Santander Universities sponsors ESCALA

    Posted: 30 November 2011 by ESCALA

    As well as supporting the development of ESCALA’s new website, Santander Universities has offered to sponsor the Collection with another £15,000 over three years from 2011 to 2014.

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    A £2,999 grant to document the Collection

    Posted: 1 November 2011 by ESCALA

    ESCALA has been awarded a £2,999 grant from the Effective Museums Programme to document artworks in the Collection.

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    UECLAA transforms into ESCALA

    Posted: 26 September 2011 by ESCALA

    To coincide with its first exhibition at Colchester’s firstsite, the University’s world-renowned Latin American art collection has announced a change of name.

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    firstsite opens to the public

    Posted: 25 September 2011 by ESCALA

    On Sunday 25 September 2011, firstsite's new building opened to the public.  Designed by Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly, the gallery features a dedicated exhibition space for ESCALA. The University's space in firstsite will enable us to make works from the Collection far more accessible to the public.

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