Throughout my life, I have involved myself in creative projects; from t-shirt design to UX design, comic books to concept albums. Some of my earliest memories are of my brother and I painstakingly making stop-motion movies with action figures on our compact VHS camcorder. Why?
From the reboot of Ghostbusters to Drake’s constant reminiscing, looking back is all the rage. Why is that, and what are the consequences?
...our inescapable nostalgia industry, where every musical era lives alongside us in our dazzling digital age, through TV, films and books, a lucrative machine feeding sentimentality.
Britain's cultural sector must work harder than ever to bring communities back together following the "short-sighted" decision to leave the European Union, leading arts figures have claimed.
A survey commissioned by the Arts Council shows a marked drop in public support for State subsidy for the arts.
In 2006, the 84-year-old Kurt Vonnegut wrote a letter to a class of schoolchildren who had asked him to visit. He was too ill to travel, but offered them instead the following lesson for life: “Practise any art, music, singing, dancing, acting, drawing, painting, sculpting, poetry, fiction, essays, reportage, not to get money and fame, but to experience becoming, to find out what’s inside you, to make your soul grow.”
The new Mayor of London says he was to embed culture in the planning system of the capital with the results including subsidised artists' studios.
The report by 64 Million Artists calls on Arts Council England to recognise "everyday creativity"
In the hands of New York fashion collective DIS, one of Europe’s biggest exhibitions is now a feeble blancmange of ads and avatars – where is the art?
From Sex Pistols selling butter and now 18.9% APR for Richard Branson, to Iggy Pop flogging car insurance, here’s a rundown of how punk sold out