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With super-fast broadband and huge bandwidths, could the mp3 be on its way out and streaming on its way in? In this, the age of ‘the cloud’, it seems that anything is possible.
Russia’s brand new hyped-up Moroz City (Frost City) comes courtesy of the annual Snow Architecture Festival, which set the challenge of building an entire city made of ice and snow from the ground up to more than 100 architects, sculptors, artists and volunteers from all over the country as well as Ukraine, Serbia, Estonia, Finland and Belarus. It now stands at Moscow’s Sokolniki Park measuring 25
When Academy Award nominated actress Jennifer Lawrence (Winter’s Bone) announced the list of nominees for the 84th edition of the film industry’s most coveted award in Beverly Hills earlier this week there were a few surprises indeed; but one name amongst the Actor in a Leading Role hopefuls left many wondering: “Just who the hell is Demián Bichir?”
As Britain officially emerges out of an economic crisis in 2010, new art companies, with strategies inspired by economic models from other sectors, are emerging.
From pole to pole, artists have been pinning the Earth at both ends this March; with Dutch sculptor Ap Verheggen in Greenland and UK painter/sculptor Nasser Azam in Antarctica.
Maggie explains that Alternative Fashion week came out of a concern about a lack of visibility for young designers in the interim between leaving college and finding a space on the catwalks.
Viewed as a successful piece, must the Croydon graffiti be viewed as the mindless act of vandals or as audience response?
In January the acquired brain injury charity Headway Black Country launched an exhibition of the art work completed in their rehabilitative arts program.
According to the Federation of European Story Telling (F.E.S.T.) since the early eighties storytelling is experiencing a renaissance all over Europe. Here in UK our first Laureate of Story-Telling Taffy Thomas is a keen believer in the direct, personal relationship between teller and listener.
Victoria Richardson is talking to Friendly Fires backstage at Creamfields.
Founder of The Urban Writers Retreat, Charlie Haynes, says the idea for the retreats came from her abundance of ‘other things to do’ and ability to continually postpone her passion.
So you want a career in the creative arts... but where do you start? Should you jump straight in or take a formal qualification first? And what kind of qualification? There are lots of decisions to be made – we flag up a few of the key issues.
Skins writer and actor Daniel Kaluuya is a talent on the rise. He talks to Samiat Pedro about new roles, awards nominations and appearing alongside The League of Gentlemen guys on the set of their brand-new comedy series, Psychoville.
Murals feature on many a bus or taxi-tour of Belfast, but the powers that be say that any overtly sectarian symbol is retrograde, and a project is underway to “re-image” communities.
Exploration of everything African is now penetrating cosmopolitan London, creating a home from home experience on stage for those living within the diaspora and for those who want to learn more. With such rich and exciting traditions, it is fantastic to witness years of versatile history depicted on large stages in celebration of all that is African.
Thinking of running a creative business? Need some advice? We talk to two experts in the field.
Against all the odds, the first decade of the new millennium has seen a renaissance in the classical music world. This side of the spotlights, audiences are looking younger and more diverse too. So what’s the secret? When did the tide turn for this neglected outpost of the contemporary art scene?
Despite the isolation of this controversial island, international curators, collectors and art dealers still fly to Havana to discover promising young artists.
You have heard of Podcasting, but have you heard of Poetcasting? Alex Pryce has come up with an inventive way of combining podcasting with the latest poetry.
Dev Patel, lead actor in Danny Boyle’s latest film Slumdog Millionaire, talks to Samiat Pedro about landing his dream role, adopting accents in Mumbai and finding himself on TV’s famous sofas.
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