Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2018 starts tonight

Tonight, the brand new series of Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2018 begins at 8pm on Sky Arts.

Stephen Mangan and Joan Bakewell

Locations


In subsequent weeks, the programmes will be at different locations around the UK
  • Tuesday 23rd October - Viking Bay 
  • Tuesday 30th October - Loch Fyne 
  • Tuesday 6th November - Studley Royal 
  • Tuesday 13th November - Broadstairs Beach (I bottled on the idea of driving down to weatch this heat - due to the intense sunshine and heat! see Heats of Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2018)
  • Tuesday 20th November - Inveraray Castle 
  • Tuesday 27th November - (Semi Final) - Felixstowe Port 
  • Tuesday 4th December Double-bill - (Final) Greenwich Park and The Winner's Film

Watch via Now TV


If you don't have Sky then you can watch via the Now TV app - see my previous post
How to watch Sky Arts - Portrait Artist of the Year 2018 without subscribing to Sky! The same principle applies to this series.

Judges


It's the usual three judges Kathleen Soriano, Tai Shan Schierenberg and Kate Bryan

You can find out here what the judges are looking for

Presenters


As we already know, Frank Skinner is not be joining Joan Bakewell as the presenters (see Frank has gone and Sky still wants more Landscape Artists) and has been replaced by British actor, Stephen Mangan.
(Mangan is) best known for his performances both in the theatre and on screen, including starring roles in the BAFTA Award winning Green Wing and the British/American television comedy series, Episodes. 
He joins the Sky Arts shows fresh from his critically acclaimed performance in The Birthday Party at the Harold Pinter Theatre and as production is under way for the 2018 series of Landscape Artist of the Year and for the 2019 series of Portrait Artist of the Year.

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