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For anyone who’s ever felt that their employer isn’t exactly their greatest fan, here are some possible reasons you’re not quite measuring up.
Science has proven artists are more likely to face depression, especially serious bipolar illness. Is mental instability an inevitable price of creativity?
Research is attempting to compare the mental health and wellbeing outcomes of arts participants and spectators with sports participants and spectators.
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How do we best utilise the capacity of the arts to engage young people and ensure they become decent and productive citizens?
On the eve of the inaugural Celebrity Studies Journal Conference, the convenor asks why we live with the constant beat of the celebrity metronome.
Using painting as a research tool has enabled a new understanding of creativity in cancer support, pharmacy and Aboriginal health.
It might take you a week to write a poem or a song. But three years? Five? Eight? That’s the kind of time it takes to write a novel.
Creativity isn’t just for the arts. The corporate world needs creative people more than ever.
Culture is not the first thing people think of for addressing poverty but storytelling, theatre or art or can be vital for development.
What can Australia learn from the new UK arts funding environment?
Games used to be seen as the obsession of techies and nerds. How did they become the happening medium for creatives?
3D glasses may soon be a thing of the past after a South Korean research team discovered a new technique which will allow movies to screen in 3D format without the need of special glasses.
We’re all familiar with the joys of listening to music, but new research suggests that making music might help to increase empathy in children.
After much dispute, it has been confirmed that Caravaggio painted a second version of his infamous Medusa, called ‘Medusa Murtola.’ A team of researchers have conducted tests using x-ray technology and identified the privately-owned painting as an authentic Caravaggio.
Two research projects that will help drive forward skills within the creative media industries and create more employment opportunities across West Wales and the Valleys are to get underway.
The English National Ballet amd Roehampton University have announced the commissioning of research into the benefits of dance for people with Parkinson’s disease.
Arts Council England, the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) have announced a new £500,000 Digital R&D Fund for Arts and Culture.
Research shows music tourists contribute at least £864m a year to the UK economy.
Contrary to the popular belief that she was largely uneducated, Virginia Woolf studied a range of academic subjects at degree level, according to new research supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). This discovery has inspired Professor Susan Sellers to write a play about the relationship between Virginia and her sister Vanessa.
Professor Shearer West, currently Director of Research at the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), has been appointed as the next Head of the Humanities Division at Oxford University.
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