How To Assess The Value Of Your Creative Work

How To Assess The Value Of Your Creative Work

Leila Johnston  12.12.2016
We'd all like to get paid more for what we do. But we have a habit of feeling our stuff is impossible to value because we develop an emotional,...
The Museum Series: The Consultant

The Museum Series: The Consultant

Alexander Bowden  12.12.2016
Museums exist in the present day and need to react to dynamic audiences. You need to keep on your toes and think about what you are doing...
Artist Creates Emotional Illustrations Of Her Depression And Anxiety To Show Others 'They’re Not Alone'

Artist Creates Emotional Illustrations Of Her Depression And Anxiety To Show Others 'They’re Not Alone'

Rachel Moss  12.12.2016
An illustrator is helping people with mental health issues to feel less alone, by sharing her own struggles through digital art. Kirsty...
Ken Price Retrospective At Hauser & Wirth London

Ken Price Retrospective At Hauser & Wirth London

Chris Osburn  9.12.2016
Photography by Chris Osburn © 2016 Open now and running at Hauser & Wirth London until the 4th of February, Ken Price: A Survey of Sculptures...
My £5 Note Problem

My £5 Note Problem

Afton McKeith  6.12.2016
Due to the outcry against the new British animal fat £5 note, some shops have been refusing the note as tender. Reports show that customers...

How We Can Make A Community For Our Eldest Citizens

David Slater  6.12.2016
Photo credit: Roswitha Chesher We are all living longer. Last year there were half a million people aged 90 and over living in the UK....
These Coffee Cups Are Made Of Human Remains

These Coffee Cups Are Made Of Human Remains

Oscar Williams  6.12.2016
There’s an unusual ingredient in Justin Crowe’s new range of crockery – glazed human remains. Crowe was developing...

The David Bowie Phenomenon: Why Art Collected By Celebrities Creates Such A Draw

Patrick Van der Vorst  29.11.2016
When David Bowie's personal art collection was sold at auction in London last week, the results were truly sensational. Each and every...

University Women In The Arts Part Three: Advice For Women Wanting To Work In The Arts From Anne Edyvean, Head Of BBC Writersroom

Jennifer Tuckett  29.11.2016
Recently I was pleased to chair the third University Women in the Arts event, with Anne Edyvean, Head of BBC Writersroom. Below are Anne's...

Bringing The Inside Out

Angela Samata  28.11.2016
I think we all have a fascination with gaining access to the forbidden, hidden places and spaces, whether they be palaces, prisons, behind...
How To Stop Sabotaging Your Creative Confidence

How To Stop Sabotaging Your Creative Confidence

Leila Johnston  28.11.2016
This week we're giving ourselves a break from creativity pressure. Some people won't accept you're an artist if you're also a stockbroker....
Independent V Gallery Shows And Following Your Instincts

Independent V Gallery Shows And Following Your Instincts

Robi Walters  25.11.2016
Working on your own can be daunting. The buck stops with you on everything, not just the art. You have to make everything happen. But there...

Arts Education Should be Championed, Not Side-lined

Professor John Raftery  22.11.2016
While it is seductively easy to solve a short term cash flow problem and close a course, it is much harder to open a new one, and so the...

Can Creativity Be Learned - And Should Normal People Bother?

Nigel Carrington  22.11.2016
Teachers have a strong incentive to believe in nurture - that success is made as much as born. The strange exception is creativity, where...