Pricing A Painting At £1.3m In 2005: The Art Of The Stunt

Pricing A Painting At £1.3m In 2005: The Art Of The Stunt

Pauline Amos  19.08.2016
Many artists have used stunts to gain attention. For example, Christo caused a blockade with oil barrels in 1962 in a Paris street, which...
Watch Gymnast Simone Biles Flipping To Olympic Glory In Mesmerising Flipbook

Watch Gymnast Simone Biles Flipping To Olympic Glory In Mesmerising Flipbook

Rachel Moss  18.08.2016
If you’re already missing the gymnasts competing at the Rio Olympics, we have a treat for you. The talented artist behind The Flippist...
The Real Dog Days of Summer for Rescues

The Real Dog Days of Summer for Rescues

Janetta Harvey  9.08.2016
By celebrating dogs like these, this art project might just show people how normal dogs in rescue are. That they're homeless, often nothing...
In Praise of Fear

In Praise of Fear

Anna Beecher  8.08.2016
If anyone asks this August how my play about fearlessness is going, I happily tell them I'm terrified.
Best of the Edinburgh Fest for a Weekend Visit

Best of the Edinburgh Fest for a Weekend Visit

Heather Irish  5.08.2016
Today the world's biggest art festival hits Edinburgh's gardens and closes for three weeks! The city's population doubles in size as people...
This Pen Claims To Reproduce Almost Any Colour On The Planet

This Pen Claims To Reproduce Almost Any Colour On The Planet

Thomas Tamblyn  5.08.2016
This is the Cronzy pen. It doesn’t have the best name in the world, in fact it doesn’t even feel that easy to say,...
Finding Dory - A Review

Finding Dory - A Review

Carina Maggar  3.08.2016
Anything centred around cute baby fish and lost parents is going to melt even the coldest of hearts on this exceptionally rainy August....
Final Thoughts From London Writers' Week 2016: How Theatre And Digital Publishing Can Change Arts Education And The Arts Industry

Final Thoughts From London Writers' Week 2016: How Theatre And Digital Publishing Can Change Arts Education And The Arts Industry

Jennifer Tuckett  30.07.2016
As part of London Writers' Week 2016, I recently chaired two panels on theatre publishing and diversity. The speakers were Rob Drummer,...

At Home With Biggins - The Shakespearean Actor

Laura-Jane Foley  30.07.2016
Christopher Biggins, already the favourite to win this year's Celebrity Big Brother is best known as a media personality and pantomime...
British Museum's Decision to Renew BP Sponsorship Is Backward-Looking

British Museum's Decision to Renew BP Sponsorship Is Backward-Looking

Elena Polisano  29.07.2016
By waving BP through their doors for another five years, the British Museum and its famous cultural neighbours - the National Portrait...
This Groundbreaking New Menswear Exhibition Has Launched In London

This Groundbreaking New Menswear Exhibition Has Launched In London

Rosy Cherrington  29.07.2016
An incredible art exhibition exploring race and male sexuality through fashion has launched in London this month. Created by stylist Ibrahim...
Sex Does Not Define How Well a Role Is Played or a Story Told - We Need More Gender Neutral Casting

Sex Does Not Define How Well a Role Is Played or a Story Told - We Need More Gender Neutral Casting

Anna Martine  29.07.2016
My hope is that the future of theatre is emancipated from these limitations, that gender stops being used to define who we are or what...
The Museum Series: The Artist and Curator

The Museum Series: The Artist and Curator

Alexander Bowden  28.07.2016
This month I spoke with the brilliant Matt Smith, an artist and curator based in Hove, UK. Matt discussed the links between art and curatorship...

We're Having an Empathy Crisis - And There's Only One Cure

Rachel Stroud  27.07.2016
Right now, almost every day seems to bring another headline that sounds like it happened in a film. From violent attacks on innocent civilians,...