Theatrical ceramic-based installation shakes up tradition at Tramway, Scotland
Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran has changed the face of ceramics in Australia; now he is bringing his vision to Scotland.
Has Aardman, the studio behind Wallace and Gromit, run out of clay for future animations?
The specific clay used in Aardman's 'Chicken Run' and 'Wallace and Gromit' may not exist in a few years' time.
10 recently published arts books, worthy of a read
Arts publications worthy of your time. ArtsHub shares what's top of reading lists for November.
Setting in motion: what Ireland’s basic income pilot could mean
The success of the national campaign that established Ireland’s Basic Income for the Arts pilot scheme offers a range of…
Typewriter artist creates sensations with hidden messages
London-based artist James Cook uses typewriters to create masterful pieces.
Braille: embossed dots literacy
Braille offers another accessibility option for readers, but what are the latest news and innovations for the system?
Orchestras strengthening international engagement
Over 100 student musicians are heading to Singapore and Malaysia, and a new major UK partnership for the MSO has…
Art fair sales demonstrate dampening of market a myth
The numbers are in for Sydney Contemporary, demonstrating a market downturn is not as bad as we thought.
Manchester Museum returns 174 artefacts to Indigenous Australians
The future of museums is in repatriating culturally significant artefacts.
Who is Atong Atem, the Australian artist showing at Tate Modern?
Atong Atem's photography allows the past and the future to co-exist in powerful ways, and its being noticed internationally.