7 June 2019 – Community art is improvisation One Tuesday afternoon towards the end of January, I arrived at Attenborough arts
I once bought a six-volume set of Clarendon’s History of the Rebellion. It had been printed in 1717, less than
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was drafted and adopted very fast, between 1946 and 1948, by nations reacting
Is artistic excellence really incompatible with social purpose? It’s an argument I’ve heard throughout my working life but it has
A delight in useless beauty is part of what makes us human. Walking down a street in Mannheim yesterday, I
The Regular Marvels idea started in 2011, with the project about West Bromwich Operatic Society that became Where We Dream.
I have written about Mike White before. He belongs to the quiet army of artists and creative people who’ve nurtured
Everything is Connected At the end of his hour long set in the Federation Hall last night, the singer introduced