Paris Pop-up Theatre To Be Run By Refugees

The theatre will be run by an ensemble called La Troupe, consisting of eight core members and other participants, all of whom are refugees....

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Invasive Snakes Hitchhiking With US Military

A research team has been studying why a type of cat-eyed snake has been so effective at devastating native bird populations on the island of Guam....

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Swedish Museums Call For Nazi Loot Assistance

Museums are calling on the government to create an independent panel to issue recommendations on claims for art that was lost due to persecution by the Nazis. ...

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The Depth of the Vessel

Mike Laird: The inner limits of the human body...

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Nick Mulvey “It’s In Your Hands”

Nick Mulvey to choose artists for cambridge folk festival...

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TRA: Pressed for release

Saturday Cartoon by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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Arresting Motion – Cambridge Folk Festival Lives

It seems like just a few short weeks ago when, in the glorious heat of summer, we munched on succulent veggie burgers, supped fine ales and caught up with old and new friends alike. Each day we...

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Active Ingredients in Arts Interventions Identified

A new report seeks to explain the positive impact of the arts on health and wellbeing by naming the ‘active ingredients’ that lie behind such outcomes....

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Depiction in the work of a Photo-Collagist

Conceptualist and Romantic Photo-Collagist Provides insight into Depiction: John Stezaker at the Approach...

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Dawn Drums and Acid Light

Creating experience from post-consumptive detritus, Bonnacons of Doom make ritualistic music for a new wasteland. ...

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Screen Nation Announce 2nd Black Hall of Fame

The Screen Nation Film & TV Awards return in October with the UK’s only hall of fame honouring individuals of British African Caribbean heritage....

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Existential Sci-fi: I Feel Machine

If you enjoy a splash of life and warmth in your darkness, I Feel Machine might just be the collection of stories you've been waiting for. ...

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Exhibition On Screen Returns For Sixth Season

The pioneering series of cinematic films about exhibitions, galleries and artists returns with ​Degas: Passion for Perfection​ from 6 November 2018....

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Uncommon Bodies in Figurative Art

Martha Parsey: Symbolic feminism and the revolt...

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TRA: Art Books

Saturday Cartoon by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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Creative Scotland ‘Very Concerned’ About Lottery Reform

The funder says that increasing prize and sales limits for society lotteries could negatively impact quality of life for people and communities across the UK....

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Suffering and Transformation

Jung: The Body as a Symbol for Psychic Change...

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Unknown Shakespeare Records Found

Previously unknown documents concerning William Shakespeare’s father John, discovered in The National Archives, throw new light on his son's early life and developing political views....

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John Dee and the Empire of Angels

Recommended to those wishing for an in-depth summation of a fascinating figure and general readers who want their hair blown back by a rollicking historical tale. ...

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Tate Outsourcing Artist Biographies to Wikipedia

A spokeswoman states the gallery does “not have the resources to create biographies for every individual” in its collection, or to update biographies for living artists....

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Keeping in the shape of rhythm

Louis Cole: From Knower to Solo ...

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Observations from the Gallery: Turing

Saturday Cartoon by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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Arts Council Not An “Effective Ally” For The Disabled, Says Diversity Chief

Abid Hussain has urged his organisation to employ more deaf and disabled people in decision-making roles....

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A Romance of Many Dimensions at sid motion

Matthew Barnes, Hannah Hughes, and Abigail Hunt @ sid motion gallery...

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BIFA Announce Unconscious Bias Training For Voters

The British Independent Film Awards have announced a bespoke programme in Training for Unconscious Bias to guide voters in addressing whether subliminal assumptions are impacting their selections....

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Lungs of coral, hearts of stone

Katharine Dowson: Internal beauty reflected in nature...

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Scientists Develop A Way To See Brain Cells Talk

Scientists have developed a way to see brain cells talk: to actually see neurons communicate in bright, vivid colour. ...

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Kerouac Beat Painting

Kerouac Beat Painting brings us closer to the Beat legend, showing us the gifted amateur, unscripted and untutored in his search, striving against himself to find authenticity....

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Observations from the Gallery: Trump

Saturday Cartoon by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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