by Lizzy Holling A caravan in the York Museum Gardens collected electrical activity firing in people’s brains to produce one of 18 billion possible stories. This was the screening site of The Moment, […]
by Lauren Cole Banksy, Instagram, January 2018, UK. The March 2019 deadline for the UK leaving the EU is looming. Politicians, celebrities and everyday folk alike debate the pros and cons of […]
A discussion on modern publishing with FEM Press founder Georgia Mitchell. When she came across poetry collective 4 BROWN GIRLS WHO WRITE, Georgia knew she’d found what she was looking for. She […]
by Holly Lawley Is your bookshelf tickled pink by feminist literature? For feminism, pink is more than just a phase. Described as a “spectacular contradiction” by Alice Bucknell, pink paradoxically empowers and […]
I thought I knew what I was getting into: bad CGI, loose plots, and shouting at the screen in cheerful enjoyment. Right? Wrong.
by Flora Dempsey Being ‘well-read’ – whatever this means – is a quality many aspire to and few achieve. The epithet indicates that you’re intellectual, informed and, importantly, interesting. A YouGov survey reveals […]
by Stephanie Dale Imagine considering the world through film. Imagine simply stopping and paying attention to what the world has to say. That’s what Cherie Federico, director of Aesthetica Short Film Festival (ASFF), […]
by Lucy Middleton Going, going, gone! As the auctioneer dropped his gavel at the premier art destination Sotheby’s, shockwaves reverberated through the packed-out saleroom, shredding the art world as we know it. […]
by Molly Burdett As a rule within modern popular culture, if you identify as a fan of a particular music artist, that earns you the right to wear their T-shirt proudly. Most […]
The devil may wear Prada, but Anna Wintour is the embodiment of a successful business woman, as shown in The September Issue.