Tag: arts

The Massurreal Deconstruction of Prof. Nadia Wahdan

Interview with multimedia artist Prof. Nadia Wahdan. ...

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UK’s Specialist Arts TV Channel Saved From the Chop

Critics say the new strategy means BBC Four will become a home for repeats with less investment in arts programming....

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Womadelaide Walkies: Saturday Footmash

Can an old fella still handle festivals? Fruitbats and foot care at Womadelaide...

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WOMADelaide Walkabout, Part One.

A quarter century in, does WOMADelaide still deliver?...

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Our job, as puppeteers, is to disappear: Frolicked Outdoor Puppet Theatre

Puppetry has a quality that allows us, as puppeteers, to get very close to people...

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‘I’m sure she knew she was talking to a puppet’: The Flying Buttresses

dropcap style=”font-size:100px; color:#992211;”T/dropcaprebuchet applies its right to invoke Henson’s Law. (Henson’s Law: Even the world’s best CGI will look dated in a...

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Illusions of Weightlessness: The Dream Engine (Interview)

Evoking tears of joy is a delicate art - The Dream Engine have it in hand...

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Seven Stages of Sunny Fun: WOMADelaide

Meet you under the Morton Bay figtrees. Womadelaide preview...

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Just Not the Damned Archers – An Ode to Radio Four

A grown-up relationship that lasts - the erudite but soothing appeal of Radio Four...

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UK Culture is Becoming a Dead Parrot. What do you want? Cash?

The Warwick report offers sensible guidelines for the future of UK Culture. But will anyone in power heed it?...

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