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23 October 2016
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The run up to Easter was a good time to go to the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester to see the Cornelia Parker retrospective that hangs...
Santiago Taccetti - ISO 9001
Santiago Taccetti likes to do things the wrong way. In fact, he has literally made an art of it. His new and first solo exhibition in the...
The Beauty of Battersea: Lessons From the Battersea Arts Centre Fire
But what has been remarkable about the BAC fire is not the extent of the damage, or the disruption to performances, or the loss of a space...
Incredibly Cool Richard Diebenkorn Exhibition at Royal Academy
Richard Diebenkorn is celebrated as a post-war Master in his native United States - Obama even selected one of his works for the private...
New Season, or Old Tricks? London Theatre and the White Lead
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In London the BAME community account for over 42% of the population, so why aren't the actors taking centre stage reflective of that? If...
Entitled #BedfordVoices, for the next month, billboards dotted around various locations in the town centre will proclaim the ideals of...
In the Theatre, I'd Almost Always Find That the Story Was Told Via Male Characters
If the worlds we choose to conjure there don't have women in them (and in particular those who don't happen to be white, size 8, under...
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There is a huge number of creative people that make important, thought-provoking art - on a shoestring, in the back of the pub, after their...
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty
As you enter the exhibition, you are met with the face of Alexander McQueen merging into his trademark skull, which for me signified the...
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IdeasTap provides funding, career opportunities and mentoring to a network of nearly 200,000 young people across the creative professions....
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Arts charity IdeasTap has announced it's being forced to close due to lack of funding. The organisation's disappearance will leave a gaping...
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