Are the outfits worthy of being in a museum uniquely machines to make brands earn money?
Emma Hussain discusses Judith Kerr’s impact on the effects of reading children’s books on child development.
Zach Mayford, Print Arts and Lit editor, reviews the various events of Poltimore Festival.
Lindsay Warner discusses the importance and rise of Climate Change Fiction.
Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, discusses heteronormativity in literature.
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ariane Joudrey, gives Shakespeare Society’s ‘Hamlet’ a 5-star review.
The ‘death of photography’ debate is not a new one. As digital photography made strides past film in the 1980s, so the smartphone, internet era now seems to threaten photography’s status as a profession and an art form. However, while the traditional (if it ever was) industry and practice of photography faces undeniable challenges, this […]
While superhero films have been enjoying unprecedented success at the box office in the last decade, the source of characters like Iron Man, Batman and Spider-Man remains culturally underappreciated, particularly in Britain. The comic book, or graphic novel, is often viewed critically as empty fluff for children. However, it is an art form full of […]
Set in provincial 1891 Germany, with a backdrop of religious and parental repression, Spring Awakening is a daring exploration of adolescence and sexual awakening. a daring exploration of adolescence and sexual awakening Through the angsty and delicate rock score, a group of teenagers demonstrate the painful yet beautiful story of growing up, discovering new feelings and […]
The Bauhaus movement, formed in the 20th century, was rooted in concerns over manufacturing and its soullessness; the movement aimed to unite the soul of fine art with more functional creations. It has stimulated rethinking the meaning of art, typically thought of as humanities, by fusing it together with more research-based science. The Bauhaus school […]