Isabel Caine examines the impact of war on Ukraine’s cultural heritage.
The Parthenon Marbles: how museums distort our perception of the past
Joshua Smith explains the complex history behind the Parthenon Marbles and questions what modern museums should be doing to account for their colonial pasts.
A Distorted Vision of the Holocaust
Tom Dormer provides an introspective account on the ethics of exhibiting Nazi propaganda The 27th of January 2019 marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp, a time where the Allied discovery of Nazi’s ‘death camps’ gave an insight into the atrocities faced by Jewish and minority communities during the Second World War. […]
More than meets the eye
Liv Adams rethinks the accepted regulations in museums that praise sight uniquely disregarding the other senses. ‘Do not touch’, a sign plastered over all art exhibitions. A phrase that sparks, without fail, a flicker of curiosity in me and, admittedly, some sense of fear over what could happen if I dared to poke the piece with the […]
Virtual Curation, An Arts & Lit Collab
Elinor Jones, Print Science Editor, looks into the possibilities that could arise when combining Virtual Reality and ancient artefacts.
The secret power of art galleries
In Arts and Lit’s collaboration with Science, Print Science Editor, Elinor Jones, discusses the use of art galleries in psychiatric support.