ARTS

Deities and Idols: Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran at Tramway – Review

Edinburgh’s Environmental Exhibitions Part Two: The Local – Reviews

Edinburgh’s Environmental Exhibitions Part One: The Global – Reviews

The world in miniature: Maha Ahmed’s delicate flow between cultures – Review

Artist Spotlight: Maria Prymachenko – Review

Monica Sjöö: The Great Cosmic Mother at Modern Art Oxford – Review

Elbow Room -Burlington Contemporary Editor Recommends EMPIRE LINES

David Hockney: Paper, the Popular, and Populism in Art – Reviews

Alternative Spaces: Li Yuan-chia & Friends at Kettle’s Yard – Review

Conversations in the Basque Country and Beyond at Bilbao Fine Arts Museum – Reviews

Infinite Viewpoints: Gego at the Guggenheim Bilbao – Review

You will follow the Rhein and compose play: Temitayo Ogunbiyi at Museum Tinguely – Review

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: Koestler Arts 2023 at Southbank Centre – Review

Small and Mighty: South Asian Miniature Painting and Britain, 1600 to Now at MK Gallery – Review

‘Not to be exhibited but experienced’: Hélio Oiticica at the De La Warr Pavilion – Review

Intangible Englishness: Eric Ravilious in Sussex – Reviews

Long Read: Lisetta Carmi’s career-spanning interest in identities – Review

Last chance to see: Evelyn Hofer at The Photographers’ Gallery – Review

Reclaiming Visual Culture: BLACK VENUS at Somerset House – Review

Edinburgh Art Festival’s reckoning with the city’s colonial legacies – Reviews

Dovecot Studios’ history of women artists in Scotland – Review

Crivelli’s Garden: Paula Rego storms The National Gallery – Review

Praxitella: Wyndham Lewis, Iris Barry, Helen Saunders at Leeds Art Gallery – Reviews

Postwar Modernism: Egon Altdorf at The Henry Moore Institute – Review

‘Like people, each one is different’: Sculpture and ceramics exhibitions showing now – Reviews

‘Word-Play’ Review: Are Some Things Better Left Unsaid?

Where Modernism meets Anti-Colonialism – gowithYamo Newsletter

Modernism meets anti-colonialism at Christie’s Kawkaba – Review

Showing Now: Saatchi Gallery and White Cube’s Dark Landscapes – Reviews

The Royal Academy’s Young Artists’ Summer Show – Review

How ‘local’ should galleries be? – gowithYamo Newsletter

Creating and Curating Conversations in Oxford’s Communities – Reviews

Boundary Encounters: Modern Art Oxford’s Architecture of the Present – Review

WAVE: Currents in Japanese Graphic Arts at Japan House London – Review

Theatre Review: Anarchy comes to Britain – Accidental Death of an Anarchist at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Growing mindsets on Jean Cooke 🌲and Textiles in Cambridge – gowithYamo Newsletter

Textiles in Cambridge: Mediterranean Embroidery at Fitzwilliam Museum – Review

Textiles in Cambridge: Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery at Kettle’s Yard – Review

Growing Mindsets on Jean Cooke at the Garden Museum

EMPIRE LINES Pod of the Week – Pod Bible Newsletter #174

6 of the best podcasts about art and artists

Leighton House rediscovered: Evelyn De Morgan, Shahrzad Ghaffari & Nour Hage – Review

‘School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play’: Review

Writers & Company Review in PodPod Earworms: What the industry’s been listening to this week

A Clear Comfort: Food and Queer performance art at Van Gogh House London – Review

Dedication at Marylebone Theatre – Review

Colour and Abstraction: Beatriz Milhazes at Margate’s Turner Contemporary – Review

Finding hope within Hurvin Anderson’s barbershops – Review

Does food have any place in an art gallery? – Hilma af Klint & Piet Mondrian at Tate Eats Review (Online and Print)

A Perfect Match?: Chaïm Soutine meets Leon Kossoff – Review

Heaven and Earth: Yun Hyong-keun at Hastings Gallery – Review

Bloomsbury Stud: Stephen Tomlin at Philip Mould & Company – Review

The exhibition re-framing Van Gogh’s last days – Review (Online and Print)

Artist Interview: Kaye Donachie’s ‘Nuanced Personal Choreography

Letters from Gwen John: Art and Life in London and Paris at Pallant House – Review

Tokyo Stories and Beyond at The Ashmolean – Reviews

Asian art in Oxford and Gwen John in Chichester – gowithYamo Newsletter

Berthe Morisot: The Eighteenth Century Modernised? – Review

After Impressionism at the National Gallery Review in Tortoise Weekend Sensemaker: Hirsutes you, sir

After Impressionism at the National Gallery – Review

The Rossettis Reframed at Tate Britain – Review

‘Wodzirej’ Review: A Glance Into Communist Poland – Review

Democratising Fashion? – Ashish: Fall in Love and Be More Tender – Review

Betty Woodman & George Woodman: domestic ceramic from Italy to Charleston – Review

‘Bad Women of China’ Review: Can Acupuncture Cure A Rightist?

The wait is over: Japan Reviews – gowithYamo Newsletter

Japan’s environments: Natural, local, global, imperial – Japan Reviews (3/3)

The women of Ukiyo-e – Japan Reviews (2/3)

‘Official’ Japan: A guide to Japanese national museums – Japan Reviews (1/3)

David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane at 50 ⚡️- gowithYamo Newsletter

Aladdin Sane at 50 – Review

The best design exhibitions showing now in London – gowithYamo Newsletter

Making Sense: Ai Weiwei at The Design Museum – Review

A Bruising Insight into Alcoholism: ‘The Dry House’ Review

Oskar Kokoschka: Europe’s Most Successful Self-Portrait Artist? – Review

The Story of Japanese Food Told Through Four Arts

City and Sculpture – Reviews

Visit Japan for free – from London – Reviews

Rebecca Fortnum spotlights the overlooked women of sculpture in Les Praticiennes – Review

Gulags, Safe Spaces and Spycams: VAULT Festival Roundup – Reviews

My Brother’s Keeper Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: Cocaine Bear

A Triptych of Danish Modernism: Cobra and Degenerate Art in Denmark – Reviews

The Van Gogh Family – Review

Asian Art in the Netherlands – Reviews

‘Court painter of the underground’: Alice Neel at Barbican – Review

The Master of Still-Life: Giorgio Morandi at The Estorick Collection – Review

‘Film for Freedom’ Review: Refugee Women Take Control of their Narratives

Hold Me Back Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: The himbo’s last dance

A Fascinating Production About Hiroshima: The Mistake Review

Feeling Her Way: Sonia Boyce’s ‘noisy exhibition’ – Review

Bulgaria on Film at the Barbican: A Conversation with January’s Alex Barrett and Teodosia Dobriyanova

gowithYamo’s Paris Week 🇫🇷 – Newsletter

The Big Three: A Weekend in Paris – Reviews

Picasso in Paris – Reviews

‘Foreign’ in France: Curating Migration and Art – Reviews

The revolutionary act of walking in the city – Women’s Journeys in the City and Beyond at the Royal Academy Review

Bare And Intimate: ‘New Plays: Japan’ Review

Barbara Chase-Riboud: Infinite Folds at Serpentine North Gallery – Review

Kamala Ibrahim Ishag at The Serpentine: Exhibition Review

Accessibility at London Art Fair 2023 – gowithYamo Newsletter

London Art Fair 2023: A More Accessible Art World? – Review

The thematic links between M.K. Čiurlionis and Magdalena Abakanowicz – gowithYamo Newsletter

Worlds Together, Poles Apart (Part Two): Magdalena Abakanowicz at Tate Modern – Review

Worlds Together, Poles Apart (Part One): M.K. Čiurlionis at Dulwich Picture Gallery – Review

High Tide: Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon at The Old Royal Naval College – Review

A Tongue-in-Cheek Take on The One Thousand and One Nights: ‘Hakawatis’ Review

Review: ‘Mandela: The Musical’

A father, A daughter, A gulf: ‘Baghdaddy’ Review

Finding Freud in London: Five Lucian Freud exhibitions showing now – Reviews

Uneasy And Conflicting Identities- ‘12.37’ Review

Podcasts, Persia, and Murder – ‘Things Hidden Since The Foundation Of The World’ Review

Three Minutes: A Lengthening – From Holocaust to Home History – Review

Making Modernism at the Royal Academy – Review

Hong Kong: City on Fire – an Interview with Producer Sinead Kirwan

Performing Post-Yugoslavia in the UK – A Conversation with Natasha Stanić Mann and Jaka Škapin

A Real Horror Show: The Creepy and Uncanny in the Capital – Exhibition Reviews

Surrealism meets Design in The Design Museum’s Objects of Desire – Review

Wuthering Frights – The Moors at Hope Theatre London – Review

Iphigenia in Splott at the Lyric Hammersmith – Review

Nalini Malani: My Reality is Different – Review

Conversations on the Thames: Curation Around the River – Exhibition Reviews

Frieze 2022 Retrospective – Review

‘Godland’: Denmark and Iceland Share a Dark Pilgrimage – Review

Glimpses: We Are What We See – Review

Poles Apart: Dmitry at Marylebone Theatre – Review

Jews. In Their Own Words Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: Escape to Reality

Young and Wild: Art in 1980s Germany – Review

Marina Abramović: Gates and Portals – Review

Uncomfortable Truths: The Apology at Arcola Theatre London – Review

A Taste for Impressionism at the Scottish National Gallery – Review

Tracey Emin: I Lay Here For You – Review

The Singh Twins: Slaves of Fashion at Firstsite, Colchester – Review

Climes Against Humanity: The Trials at Donmar Warehouse – Review

Edinburgh Fringe Festivals Reviews in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: The Taste of Success

Aping the Ape – Franz Kafka’s Report to an Academy at London’s Old Red Lion Theatre – Review

The Good Boss Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: The Price of Perfection

Race Relations: The Fellowship at Hampstead Theatre London – Review

A Skin-Deep Look on the South Asian Women of Southall – Lotus Beauty Review

The Real Jerusalem – two Palestinians go dogging at the Royal Court – Review

The Windows of Your Mind – Reflections of Women at Dulwich Picture Gallery – Review

Eating Myself: A Woman Stews over Food, Family, and South America – Review

Island Mentalities: The Women Bridging Britain and Japan at Tsunagu/Connect – Review

A Century of the Artist’s Studio Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: Follow the Funny

‘Highly Controlled Chaos’ – A Century of the Artist’s Studio at Whitechapel Gallery, London – Review

The Arts of Peace – Japan: Courts and Culture at The Queen’s Gallery, London – Review

Pissarro: Impressionism and ‘Peaceful Anarchism’ at the Ashmolean – Review

Postwar Modern: Building out of the Bombsite – Review

The Caribbean Condensed: Life Between Islands at the Tate Britain – Review

LEMON by Kwon Yeo-Sun – Interview with Translator Janet Hong

Published in the Journal of Creative Pursuit, Issue #2 Memory (01-2022). Click to read the PDF article, or purchase the...

Paula Rego: Re-Remembrance Through Art – Review

Published in the Journal of Creative Pursuit, Issue #2 Memory (01-2022). Click to read the PDF article, or purchase the...

Mixing It Up: Challenging Modern Art’s Set Menu – Review

Lubaina Himid: A Full House at the Tate – Review

Dürer’s Journeys: a Short Haul of a Long Legacy – Review

Humane Review

Snowflakes Review

The Lodger Review

Small Change Review

The Nobodies Review

This Beautiful Future Review

Tokyo: Art and Photography – capturing the modern city in change and continuity – Review

Mighty Atom in Tortoise Slow Reviews

An Anarchic Angel – Eileen Agar at Whitechapel Gallery, London – Review

Epic Iran Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: The Importance of Being Ernest

Epic Iran: A Panorama of Persians Past – Review

Crude Britannia Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: The second homecoming

Atomic: How How Dr Strangelove Exploded Pop Culture Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: A class of its own

Alice: The Icon Adapted And Appropriated For All Time – Review

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Characterised By Contrast – Review

Listening to Empire: Making Podcasts with Jelena Sofronijevic Interview

Royals And Rebels: Painting The Sikh Empire Back Into The Frame – Review

Marauding monsters and mythical odysseys, Ray Harryhausen’s animations are telling visions of their time – Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema Review

Artemisia: A Shining Gloss Over A Career Of Great Light And Darkness – Artemisia Gentileschi: Curator’s Tour Review

Review – E.A. Hornel: From Camera to Canvas

Thought vs. action: Forster on culture

Wildfell Book Club Edition Two: Masked Observations

Howards End: An introduction

The limits of liminality: containing gender fluidity in Chinese and Japanese theatre

Through, From, and For the Margins: National Theatre Live’s The Lehman Trilogy

Student Arts Societies Must Collaborate Against Exclusivity

Drinking in narratives of female obsession: Yukio Mishima’s Thirst For Love

Diana of Dobson’s Review

Scottish Opera: Nixon in China 2020 Review

National Theatre Live: Cyrano de Bergerac Review

The Importance of Being Earnest Review

Branagh Theatre Live: The Winter’s Tale Review

National Theatre Live: Present Laughter Review

I Can Go Anywhere Review

Balkanarama Sessions Review

Paula Rego: Obedience and Defiance Review

National Theatre Live: Hansard Review

East Review

National Theatre Live: Fleabag Review

LeithLate 19: Moon Party Review

EZRA Review

Life With My Father, George Orwell Review

Gauguin at the National Gallery Review

A Play, a Pie and a Pint: Mack the Knife Review

Joker Review

Solaris Review

FreshFringe 2019: Summerhall at the Festivals Review

FreshFringe 2019: Crocodile Fever Review

FreshFringe 2019: Collapsible Review

The Duchess (of Malfi) Review

WHITE Review

Blue Planet II: Live in Concert Review

The Vaccines Review

FreshFringe 2018: Summerhall at the Festivals Review

POLITICS AND HISTORY

Deities and Idols: Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran at Tramway – Review

Edinburgh’s Environmental Exhibitions Part Two: The Local – Reviews

Edinburgh’s Environmental Exhibitions Part One: The Global – Reviews

Artist Spotlight: Maria Prymachenko – Review

Monica Sjöö: The Great Cosmic Mother at Modern Art Oxford – Review

Why and How to Walk a City – Angus Lockyer on historicity

Alternative Spaces: Li Yuan-chia & Friends at Kettle’s Yard – Review

Conversations in the Basque Country and Beyond at Bilbao Fine Arts Museum – Reviews

Infinite Viewpoints: Gego at the Guggenheim Bilbao – Review

You will follow the Rhein and compose play: Temitayo Ogunbiyi at Museum Tinguely – Review

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: Koestler Arts 2023 at Southbank Centre – Review

Small and Mighty: South Asian Miniature Painting and Britain, 1600 to Now at MK Gallery – Review

‘Not to be exhibited but experienced’: Hélio Oiticica at the De La Warr Pavilion – Review

Intangible Englishness: Eric Ravilious in Sussex – Reviews

Long Read: Lisetta Carmi’s career-spanning interest in identities – Review

Last chance to see: Evelyn Hofer at The Photographers’ Gallery – Review

Reclaiming Visual Culture: BLACK VENUS at Somerset House – Review

Edinburgh Art Festival’s reckoning with the city’s colonial legacies – Reviews

Dovecot Studios’ history of women artists in Scotland – Review

Praxitella: Wyndham Lewis, Iris Barry, Helen Saunders at Leeds Art Gallery – Reviews

‘Word-Play’ Review: Are Some Things Better Left Unsaid?

Where Modernism meets Anti-Colonialism – gowithYamo Newsletter

Modernism meets anti-colonialism at Christie’s Kawkaba – Review

How ‘local’ should galleries be? – gowithYamo Newsletter

Creating and Curating Conversations in Oxford’s Communities – Reviews

Boundary Encounters: Modern Art Oxford’s Architecture of the Present – Review

Theatre Review: Anarchy comes to Britain – Accidental Death of an Anarchist at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Growing mindsets on Jean Cooke 🌲and Textiles in Cambridge – gowithYamo Newsletter

Objeks & Tings, in The best new podcasts of SUMMER 2023

Textiles in Cambridge: Mediterranean Embroidery at Fitzwilliam Museum – Review

Textiles in Cambridge: Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery at Kettle’s Yard – Review

Growing Mindsets on Jean Cooke at the Garden Museum

‘School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play’: Review

A Clear Comfort: Food and Queer performance art at Van Gogh House London – Review

Dedication at Marylebone Theatre – Review

Colour and Abstraction: Beatriz Milhazes at Margate’s Turner Contemporary – Review

Finding hope within Hurvin Anderson’s barbershops – Review

Does food have any place in an art gallery? – Hilma af Klint & Piet Mondrian at Tate Eats Review (Online and Print)

A Perfect Match?: Chaïm Soutine meets Leon Kossoff – Review

Tokyo Stories and Beyond at The Ashmolean – Reviews

Asian art in Oxford and Gwen John in Chichester – gowithYamo Newsletter

‘Wodzirej’ Review: A Glance Into Communist Poland – Review

Democratising Fashion? – Ashish: Fall in Love and Be More Tender – Review

Betty Woodman & George Woodman: domestic ceramic from Italy to Charleston – Review

‘Bad Women of China’ Review: Can Acupuncture Cure A Rightist?

The wait is over: Japan Reviews – gowithYamo Newsletter

Japan’s environments: Natural, local, global, imperial – Japan Reviews (3/3)

The women of Ukiyo-e – Japan Reviews (2/3)

‘Official’ Japan: A guide to Japanese national museums – Japan Reviews (1/3)

The best design exhibitions showing now in London – gowithYamo Newsletter

Making Sense: Ai Weiwei at The Design Museum – Review

Oskar Kokoschka: Europe’s Most Successful Self-Portrait Artist? – Review

Understanding Yugoslav Socialism Through Contemporary Satire

The Story of Japanese Food Told Through Four Arts

Visit Japan for free – from London – Reviews

Gulags, Safe Spaces and Spycams: VAULT Festival Roundup – Reviews

My Brother’s Keeper Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: Cocaine Bear

Asian Art in the Netherlands – Reviews

‘Film for Freedom’ Review: Refugee Women Take Control of their Narratives

A Fascinating Production About Hiroshima: The Mistake Review

Feeling Her Way: Sonia Boyce’s ‘noisy exhibition’ – Review

Bulgaria on Film at the Barbican: A Conversation with January’s Alex Barrett and Teodosia Dobriyanova

gowithYamo’s Paris Week 🇫🇷 – Newsletter

The Big Three: A Weekend in Paris – Reviews

Picasso in Paris – Reviews

‘Foreign’ in France: Curating Migration and Art – Reviews

The revolutionary act of walking in the city – Women’s Journeys in the City and Beyond at the Royal Academy Review

Barbara Chase-Riboud: Infinite Folds at Serpentine North Gallery – Review

Kamala Ibrahim Ishag at The Serpentine: Exhibition Review

The thematic links between M.K. Čiurlionis and Magdalena Abakanowicz – gowithYamo Newsletter

Worlds Together, Poles Apart (Part Two): Magdalena Abakanowicz at Tate Modern – Review

Worlds Together, Poles Apart (Part One): M.K. Čiurlionis at Dulwich Picture Gallery – Review

A Tongue-in-Cheek Take on The One Thousand and One Nights: ‘Hakawatis’ Review

Review: ‘Mandela: The Musical’

A father, A daughter, A gulf: ‘Baghdaddy’ Review

Uneasy And Conflicting Identities- ‘12.37’ Review

Podcasts, Persia, and Murder – ‘Things Hidden Since The Foundation Of The World’ Review

Three Minutes: A Lengthening – From Holocaust to Home History – Review

Hong Kong: City on Fire – an Interview with Producer Sinead Kirwan

A Real Horror Show: The Creepy and Uncanny in the Capital – Exhibition Reviews

Iphigenia in Splott at the Lyric Hammersmith – Review

Nalini Malani: My Reality is Different – Review

Conversations on the Thames: Curation Around the River – Exhibition Reviews

‘Godland’: Denmark and Iceland Share a Dark Pilgrimage – Review

Poles Apart: Dmitry at Marylebone Theatre – Review

Jews. In Their Own Words Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: Escape to Reality

Young and Wild: Art in 1980s Germany – Review

Marina Abramović: Gates and Portals – Review

Uncomfortable Truths: The Apology at Arcola Theatre London – Review

The Singh Twins: Slaves of Fashion at Firstsite, Colchester – Review

Climes Against Humanity: The Trials at Donmar Warehouse – Review

Race Relations: The Fellowship at Hampstead Theatre London – Review

A Skin-Deep Look on the South Asian Women of Southall – Lotus Beauty Review

The Real Jerusalem – two Palestinians go dogging at the Royal Court – Review

Popping the Red Top on Power in the British Media at the British Library London – Review

The Windows of Your Mind – Reflections of Women at Dulwich Picture Gallery – Review

Island Mentalities: The Women Bridging Britain and Japan at Tsunagu/Connect – Review

The Arts of Peace – Japan: Courts and Culture at The Queen’s Gallery, London – Review

Postwar Modern: Building out of the Bombsite – Review

The Caribbean Condensed: Life Between Islands at the Tate Britain – Review

LEMON by Kwon Yeo-Sun – Interview with Translator Janet Hong

Published in the Journal of Creative Pursuit, Issue #2 Memory (01-2022). Click to read the PDF article, or purchase the...

Paula Rego: Re-Remembrance Through Art – Review

Published in the Journal of Creative Pursuit, Issue #2 Memory (01-2022). Click to read the PDF article, or purchase the...

Mixing It Up: Challenging Modern Art’s Set Menu – Review

Lubaina Himid: A Full House at the Tate – Review

Yugonostalgic Cuisine: The Story of The Anglo-Yugoslav Café – Interview

Mighty Atom in Tortoise Slow Reviews

Crude Britannia Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: The second homecoming

Crisis on Campus in The Natural Health Service: Charlotte Street Partners

Crisis on Campus in Tortoise Sensemaker: Another Pandemic

Crisis on Campus

Listening to Empire: Making Podcasts with Jelena Sofronijevic Interview

Royals And Rebels: Painting The Sikh Empire Back Into The Frame – Review

Artemisia: A Shining Gloss Over A Career Of Great Light And Darkness – Artemisia Gentileschi: Curator’s Tour Review

Traditions and unity in town’s “little Yugoslavia”

BBC Radio 4: Telford, Little Yugoslavia

Jelena Sofronijević: The whales and the sharks of Yugoslav socialism

From Head to Tale: Understanding Yugoslav Socialism through Zoomorphism in Contemporary Satire

Through, From, and For the Margins: National Theatre Live’s The Lehman Trilogy

Isolation Interviews: Jelena Sofronijevic on Education Reform

Heard it at a ThinkIn: ‘There’s stigma about young people’

Student Arts Societies Must Collaborate Against Exclusivity

Could coronavirus change our education system for the better?

Marion Cleland Lochhead

A New Generation of European Energy Strategies

Vietnam waives visas for UK travellers

YUGOSLAVIA / BALKANS, AND CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

‘Wodzirej’ Review: A Glance Into Communist Poland – Review

Understanding Yugoslav Socialism Through Contemporary Satire

Bulgaria on Film at the Barbican: A Conversation with January’s Alex Barrett and Teodosia Dobriyanova

The thematic links between M.K. Čiurlionis and Magdalena Abakanowicz – gowithYamo Newsletter

Worlds Together, Poles Apart (Part Two): Magdalena Abakanowicz at Tate Modern – Review

Worlds Together, Poles Apart (Part One): M.K. Čiurlionis at Dulwich Picture Gallery – Review

Performing Post-Yugoslavia in the UK – A Conversation with Natasha Stanić Mann and Jaka Škapin

Marina Abramović: Gates and Portals – Review

Yugonostalgic Cuisine: The Story of The Anglo-Yugoslav Café – Interview

Traditions and unity in town’s “little Yugoslavia”

BBC Radio 4: Telford, Little Yugoslavia

Jelena Sofronijević: The whales and the sharks of Yugoslav socialism

From Head to Tale: Understanding Yugoslav Socialism through Zoomorphism in Contemporary Satire

Balkanarama Sessions Review

EDUCATION

Crisis on Campus in The Natural Health Service: Charlotte Street Partners

Crisis on Campus in Tortoise Sensemaker: Another Pandemic

Crisis on Campus

Isolation Interviews: Jelena Sofronijevic on Education Reform

Heard it at a ThinkIn: ‘There’s stigma about young people’

Student Arts Societies Must Collaborate Against Exclusivity

Could coronavirus change our education system for the better?

AUDIO

The world in miniature: Maha Ahmed’s delicate flow between cultures – Review

Elbow Room -Burlington Contemporary Editor Recommends EMPIRE LINES

Why and How to Walk a City – Angus Lockyer on historicity

Boundary Encounters: Modern Art Oxford’s Architecture of the Present – Review

WAVE: Currents in Japanese Graphic Arts at Japan House London – Review

Objeks & Tings, in The best new podcasts of SUMMER 2023

Textiles in Cambridge: Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery at Kettle’s Yard – Review

EMPIRE LINES Pod of the Week – Pod Bible Newsletter #174

6 of the best podcasts about art and artists

Leighton House rediscovered: Evelyn De Morgan, Shahrzad Ghaffari & Nour Hage – Review

Writers & Company Review in PodPod Earworms: What the industry’s been listening to this week

Finding hope within Hurvin Anderson’s barbershops – Review

The best design exhibitions showing now in London – gowithYamo Newsletter

Making Sense: Ai Weiwei at The Design Museum – Review

Visit Japan for free – from London – Reviews

A Triptych of Danish Modernism: Cobra and Degenerate Art in Denmark – Reviews

Nalini Malani: My Reality is Different – Review

Mighty Atom in Tortoise Slow Reviews

Listening to Empire: Making Podcasts with Jelena Sofronijevic Interview

Review – E.A. Hornel: From Camera to Canvas

BBC Radio 4: Telford, Little Yugoslavia

Student Radio: Broadcasting in Lockdown

Student Arts Societies Must Collaborate Against Exclusivity

An interview with the producer of INDIAscussion, a new podcast exploring textile production and sustainability

Paula Rego: Obedience and Defiance Review

Life With My Father, George Orwell Review

Joker Review

The Vaccines Review

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