This morning it dawned on me that I might have had the emphasis on the wrong syllable (as my old German teacher used to say). Suppose it is not the listening to the Swedish language on the radio that is […]
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McLeavy will manage the next phase of Humber Street Gallery’s evolution to become a vibrant creative centre in Hull.
Image: Lockdown 12.04.20 This started in the first week of UK Lockdown, when I caught myself bogged down in the daily mire of scrolling through the newsless news app. What am I looking at? Anguished and tearful at articles more frightening […]
I picked up our print proof today after prepping our press release over the last few days. Our launch is a month away and suddenly feels very soon. I guess because we instigated this project almost a full year ago […]
Browsing the news pages here I was surprised, and pleased(!), to read that not only is Sally Tallant about to take over as director of Queens Museum (NYC) but that she also has an OBE. Sally is what I guess […]
Scents of Our Time aims to reveal the capacity contemporary candle making has for social comment and responsive creative action.
Venue:DC1 Cafe and Gallery
Date:February 10, 2018 at 06:00 PM
Location:South East England
News from the previous week
AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I am interested in the concept of cognitive dissonance. It is a very human condition. We don’t practice what we preach. The left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing. I can quite […]
AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I have often asked, of specific people, and of the world, through social media, “How do people cope with the world if they aren’t artists?” It is a genuine question, as my response to […]
Devolution in the UK has hit this year’s Venice Biennale, with England, Scotland and Wales each having an independent presence there. This year, the British Pavilion will be showing the work of Chris Ofili; Scotland will be represented by Jim […]