In June 2018, I spent a week in Kaunas (Lithuania) for a community art summer school organised by Ed Carroll
Jeanie Finlay’s Pantomime The atmosphere at the Première of Jeanie Finlay’s lastest documentary, Pantomime, lived up to the film’s title.
Last Saturday was windy and cold. A good part of my drive from Nottingham to Whaplode was through torrents of
In a world saturated with pictures, the work of artists is very vulnerable and very important –vulnerable because it
The fourth Regular Marvel is called The Light Ships: Church, art and community in the Lincolnshire Fens. It will be
The title of Sardul Gill’s exhibition refers to the unknown material whose presence physicists deduce from gravitational data. Like much
The Independent Theatre Council is celebrating its 40th birthday today, with an event at the Royal Festival Hall in London.
Yesterday the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation hosted a conference about participatory art at the old Town Hall in Shoreditch (London).
‘If I say that this is a post-Christian nation, that doesn’t mean necessarily non-Christian. It means the cultural memory is
Nicole & Martin live in a caravan: it may be the least interesting thing about them. People who live settled
The Light Ships is proving to be a revelation. An exploration of the church’s place in a community’s artistic life,