Art & Culture
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Imagine living and travelling in an egg-shaped vessel to discover the meaning of place and community at a time of environmental changes. We follow artist Stephen Turner in his journey…
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Picasso’s work of art falls in the category of the unattainable, only to be in museums, auctioned at innumerable amounts and owned by just the very privileged few. All until…
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French sound-engineer Luc de La Selle is on a mission: to meet European musicians, live alongside them and record their music for free
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For Europe to be sustainable and prosper, its peoples need to feel they belong to something greater than their own nation state. Beyond the economic and political reasons for the…
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Climate change is often seen through a policy or scientific lens, and solutions are discussed only in political offices, boardrooms and negotiating halls. ArtCop21 launched ahead of the UN climate talks…
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Paola Paronetto’s family of Paper Clay products never fails to amaze: the essential style of her work is expressed through a personal interpretation of the ancient techniques she acquired in…
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In the age of digital and networked societies, it may seem that only new technologies can move us forward. Martin challenges us to see how collaborative training in traditional skills can…
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Wondering what to do next? Leave that smartphone behind, take a trip back in time and let a rural grandma teach you the ways of the land
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