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This month's exhibitions chosen by Da Thirst Magazine.

This month's critic

Jonathan P. Watts is a writer based between London and Norfolk.

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  • Open City Docs Fest is looking for non-fiction short and feature films for consideration for their 2015 programme. Submit your film and you'll have the chance to share your work with the festival audience and get your work seen by key industry figures. bit.ly/1D2phex

  • Our friends at Da Thirst Magazine have come up with five very select picks for our exhibitions of the month, including The Natural History Museum and on.fb.me/1BhMmKF. Check out the rest of the list here: bit.ly/p1GgAs

  • The Space Arts & WIRED have teamed up to offer 3 Creative Fellows the opportunity to produce a new digital artwork that has the potential to make us think differently. The winners will each receive a £30,000 prize + training. So if you have a world changing idea apply here: bit.ly/1E5BlzN

  • Wysing Arts Centre, Eastside Projects, New Contemporaries, S1 Artspace, Spike Island & Studio Voltaire are inviting applications from artists for The Syllabus; a new programme that will support ten artists across ten months. bit.ly/1GvU4GP

  • How Can Art? is a project for young artists (11 - 17 years) wishing to develop their own artistic voice through a series experimental studio sessions at Camden Arts Centre. Attendance is free and participants can attend as many sessions as they wish! bit.ly/1DTPaBc

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