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Valery Katsuba: Nostalgy for Harmony

Photoartist Valery Katsuba is already known in the European art and fashion community. Despite the fact that Valery was born

“I Want To Report A Theft”: Activist Mwazulu Diyabanza tells his own story in new episode of Resistance

A year ago, you might not have been aware of a man by the name of Mwazulu Diyabanza. But that

Archaeology in three parts: Netflix, Stonehenge, and the Wittenham Clumps

From Netflix’s new film to exciting discoveries in England and Wales, a trio of archaeology headlines prove not all things

Fire breaks out at Bozar in Brussels resulting in damage to main music hall

On January 18th, a fire broke out at the Brussels Center for Fine Arts, often referred to as Bozar. While

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Pilgrim, Puritan, Whore by Dana Hoey

Dana Hoey’s latest video work, Pilgrim, Puritan, Whore, is a masterpiece, created in only a few weeks specifically for the

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In search of art: Ken Bromley Art Supplies brings the most Googled artists of the pandemic together in new map series

Over the course of the pandemic, the internet has been our main resource for almost everything, including art. But, in

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‘The Andy Warhol Diaries’ shows the love and fear of an icon

While the world over has been especially keen on the recent release of Inventing Anna—the exploits of real-life con artist Anna Delvey—almost simultaneously, Netflix has released a stunning and emotional delve into The Andy Warhol Diaries. Following the published journals

Remembering Charles Csuri, digital pioneer

At nearly a century of life, the foremost pioneer of digital art and computer animation, Charles Csuri, has passed away. While it may seem surprising that an early adopter of digital art techniques could have lived to the age of

Black Theatre Workshop celebrates 50 years with Vision Celebration

While it may have been from a safely distanced livestream, Montréal’s Black Theatre Workshop still found much to celebrate for this year at their annual Vision Celebration. A night celebrating the city’s Black artistic community, BTW’s Vision Celebration is a

Simon Beck is the world’s preeminent “snow artist”

As we drag on through the latter end of winter, it’s hard not to feel the drain of the cold weather and the short hours of sunlight—especially with the ceaseless isolation of the pandemic. Yet there are some artists who

National Gallery of Canada creates Department of Indigenous Ways and Decolonization

It’s no secret that many of the western world’s art institutes have been stuck in many isolating, regressive trends. With predominantly white, Euro-centric viewpoints, collections, and heads, this narrow lens often supports a colonial understanding of the art world with

David Byrne’s ‘Theater of the Mind’ set for world premiere

Having made his mark in many mediums over the decades, David Byrne—of Talking Heads fame—is an artist of every facet. From his legendary musical creations to sharing his findings of the medium in his non-fiction treatise How Music Works, from

Picasso NFTs shut down by family members

As the untiring march of NFTs begins to find more and more footholds across the arts existent art industry, we are bound to see this trend touched on by legendary artists and their descendants. One such name of massive note

The Tragedy of Macbeth is a brooding masterpiece

One half of one of the world’s most iconic cinematic duos, Joel Coen has dipped his toes deep into the depths of theatre with his solo directorial debut, and it is as engrossing as one would get. Tackling none other

Lost Soul Animal Rescue is a spirited delve into nature’s fragility

With many theatres across the globe once again seeing productions shut down and doors closing for who knows how long, existent streams of digital storytelling are a good fallback for many theatre companies. And in their third audio drama since