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Exploring the irony of 'Leave to Remain'

Margareta Kern always knew she wanted to pursue a career in a creative field. Before she fled the civil war…

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Extraordinary material, extraordinary design

Thomas Heatherwick doesn't drink coffee. And as for coffee tables, well, he thinks they're a bit naff. But that didn't…

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Arts Council England unveils three-year arts plan

Arts Council England has unveiled its first major spending plan since officially relaunching in February, merging the Arts Council of…

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'Slinky' sculpture reflects new era for art in hospitals

When artist Jim Buckley was commissioned to create a piece of public art for the new Royal Children's Hospital in…

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Serving up British design to the world

The long, narrow table is set for dinner, its crowded white surface a visual feast. Conversations about fashionable things -…

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Urdd looks forward to the 'whole package' at WMC

The Urdd Gobaith Cymru, which boasts more than 52,000 members, is one of the world’s largest youth cultural organisations. It…

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Endangered Species - Part 2

Last year, fewer than 25 books of short stories were produced by mainstream publishers. And two-thirds were by writers from…

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Schumann, Beethoven and Bach via the Bee Gees

Dutch musician and self-professed 'sit-down' comedian Hans Liberg has been entertaining audiences by taking the mickey out of music from…

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South Asian artists mapping out a future

While a number of breakthrough South Asian artists have come to be recognised by the cultural mainstream, you have to…

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Pushing the limits, setting the limits

After Unlimited Theatre's award-winning show 'Static', which explored the interface between conflicts, the media and 'normal everyday life' outside war…

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