Art Car Boot Fair Celebrates Fifteenth Anniversary With Launch Of New Event

The Art Car Boot Fair celebrates its fifteenth anniversary this year with the launch of an additional event: the Art Cycle Basket Fair. ...

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Loreena McKennitt, folk singer and activist

The Canadian Celtic diaspora (Loreena McKennitt) and the New World online...

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Paintings, Flat Sculpture, and Non-Medium Specific Art

Sarah Sze at Victoria Miro...

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We’re Not In Kansas Any More, Toto

Sleep is known to allow animals to re-energise and consolidate memories. Now, scientists have identified a pair of genes that regulate how much REM and non-REM sleep an animal experiences. ...

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Gelling the Community: Notting Hill 2018

Notting Hill's extensive groundwork gels the community together and has given it an extra impetus and meaning, especially in the aftermath of the Grenfell fire tragedy. ...

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Artist-Activist Carlos Celdran Conviction Upheld

Case against Filipino artist who protested in support of reproductive rights in Manila Cathedral continues as solicitor general asks court to reconsider. ...

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Mud and the Body By-Product

Damien Meade: making the artificial appear sentient...

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Is This Inspired?

Manchester firebrand Bugzy Malone returns to the spotlight with hugely anticipated full-length 'B. Inspired'...

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Fake News, Clickbait, and the Phishing Net

resident Donald J Trump is an intriguing phenomenon. Any criticism of his presidency is dismissed as ‘Fake News’. Nigel Farage described him as a silver-back gorilla, as he prowled the...

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Observations from the Gallery: Signs of Collapse

Saturday Cartoon by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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South London Gallery Fire Station Coming Soon

The South London Gallery will open the former Peckham Road Fire Station as a new contemporary arts space and annexe to the main site on 22 September....

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Modern Patronage

The inside edge of the Montblanc Cultural Foundation ...

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How The Brain Suppresses The Act Of Revenge

Researchers have identified the location in the brain of activations that are related to the suppression of the act of revenge as the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. ...

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A Beast In Black Sheep’s Clothing

A juxtaposition of serial killer mystery and genre romance, Beast boasts an absorbing tonal shift from drama to thriller, marking Michael Pearce as one to watch....

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Censored Queer Art Show Reopens To Record-Breaking Crowds In Rio

The exhibition was revived thanks to one of the country’s biggest crowdfunding campaigns, which raised more than $250,000....

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Alchemical Transformations in Soul & Psyche

Bert Gilbert: Rites of passage...

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Is the Classic Rock sound making a comeback?

Lancastrian Rockers Massive Wagons charge the charts with new release 'Full Nelson'...

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Uncommon Errors, Quiet Faces in the Screaming Crowd

Trebuchet talks to SiKth's Mikey (Mikee) Goodman on creating visions in sound....

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Terrorism Fears Curbing Children’s Cultural Visits

London galleries in particular were hit hard last year, as schoolchildren admissions fell for the fourth consecutive year....

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Liberal Democracy and Freedom of Expression

linton Stanley Jr. has been denied access to his school upon the day of his enrolment because he wears his hair in dread locks. Is this a constraint upon his freedom? (See USA Today) Six Year-Old...

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A Rich Body Of Data

The flows and forms of MutualArt...

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Solidarity And Songwriting – Grace Petrie Interview Part 2

Sarah Corbett-Batson: To what extent do you feel that you’re preaching to the converted? Grace: What is the converted these days? I tell you, I can’t remember another time in my life that I’ve...

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Ditch The Bling If You Want To Make New Pals

According to new research, when it comes to making friends, status symbols actually repel people from making friends with us....

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Holy Flying Backbone, Man

Award-winning Australian contemporary circus troupe, Gravity & Other Myths, bring their latest show, Backbone, to London's Southbank Centre....

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Chelsea Manning In First UK Appearance

Chelsea Manning to be honoured at this year’s annual Friends of the Institute of Contemporary Arts dinner, marking her first public appearance in the uk....

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Pain, Wit & Painting

Andrew Litten: timeless models of expression...

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Solidarity and Skittles – Grace Petrie Interview Part 1

Singer-songwriter Grace Petrie talks about her renewed faith in the Labour Party, queer politics and Skittles...

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Losing Religion For Photography

Artist and musician Michael Stipe will join writer and critic Miranda Sawyer in conversation at the Institute of Contemporary Arts for the launch of Stipe’s photography book, Volume 1....

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Dig That Crazy Rhythm – Stick In The Wheel Drill Down

Trebuchet's Sarah Corbett-Batson interviews Folk exponents Stick in the Wheel. Cambridge Folk Festival 2018...

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Orian, Obadiah and McCartney? – Cambridge Folk Festival With O&O

Israeli vocalist, Orian Peled and American guitarist and singer, Obadiah Jones talk about how they first met and their songwriting experience with Paul McCartney...

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