Nicky Goulder working with a participant during a Create project Earlier this month it was inspiring to see high-profile
We all have our own way of doing things, our own internal rule book, if you like, and we don't take too kindly to other people or situations messing that up. Holding on to a set vision in the face of challenging circumstances is, in most cases, a sure path to disappointment, anger, resentment and a variety other negative emotions.
Next week is pivotal for the future of artistic diversity in the UK. On 4 July Parliament will debate whether the EBacc should include expressive arts subjects, with the result having potentially huge ramifications for who the arts are 'for' in Britain - are they for everyone to practice and appreciate, or are they the preserve of a wealthy and culturally homogenous elite?
The new designs see four subjects that might be seen as twee, transformed into a much more contemporary reincarnation - the same vision as five years ago. This time I opened up the brief to both country and city life, choosing two icons from each - a bird, deer, red telephone box and black cab.
Tech Editor Michael Rundle discovers the happiest man at CES 2015 - and his magical 3D drawing machine. It's loud. It's overwhelming
CES is crazy. It's massive, loud and frenetic, and when you're right in the middle of the show it can be hard to see the
Video games have never been very good at realism when it comes to the zombie apocalypse. For instance, while we're sure the
A revolutionary new project allows you to eat anything you want but without having to suffer the inevitable food guilt that
A group of Irish artists have created a series of helmets which allow the wearer to see through the eyes of different animals
NASA is actually pretty good at building cars for use on other planets. Take the Opportunity rover currently trundling about