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Venice architecture biennale: how pioneering Ghanaian architects reckoned with tropical modernism

Owusu Addo Residence by John Owusu Addo. Kuukuwa Manful, CC BY-NC-ND Kuukuwa Manful, SOAS, University of London As curator of

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

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Vuslat Dogan Sabancı: Art as an antidote in times of profound disconnection

Between the ongoing humanitarian crisis from the February earthquakes and the divisive political climate amidst the presidential and parliamentary elections,


Prison food: what we learned from organising art workshops for women prisoners

Prison food: what we learned from organising food-themed art workshops for women prisoners Maria Adams, University of Surrey; Erin Power, Liverpool


America Ferrera to star as Ana Mendieta in “Naked by the Window”

Following what was an extremely impactful year for the actor with her staggering performance in Barbie, America Ferrera is slated to star as Cuban artist Ana Mendieta in the upcoming […]

Odysseus makes landing with Jeff Koons’ “Moon Phases”

Humanity’s relationship with putting our mark on the universe at large grows more prominent with each step forward our technologies take. From claiming stars as gifts to launching a gaudy […]

Monaghan & Boyd astound in Neptune Theatre’s “Rosencrantz & Guildenstern”

If you were to tell me years ago that one of the biggest draws to Nova Scotia’s premiere regional theatre in 2024 would be a pair of hobbits, I would’ve […]

Poor Things is an electric, eclectic, esoteric spark of life

2023 was a ripe year for cinema—one need only look at the truly all-consuming cultural event that was Barbenheimmer to see that. Both films offered two entirely different experiences that […]

The Runner pulled from Belfry Theatre amidst mounting tensions

We have been no stranger to gruesome conflicts at borders these past years. But the Israel-Palestine conflict that still rages on has been a much more divisive matter of public […]

Dredging list to train Midjourney AI contains 16,000+ names

One of the primary arguments that comes up in relation to the overwhelming tide of AI-generated art is the way these programs are trained. Some skim the web based on […]

The enduring humanity of Tokyo Godfathers

It’s at times hard to tell what holiday movies will remain in people’s annual queues for long. With a plethora of events across the long, dark winter months to inspire […]

Amazon cuts ties to The Cheech Centre over critical art

In a regular reminder that mega-corporations and arts funding are not an ideal mixture, Amazon has cut ties and scrapped their ongoing funding of The Cheech Marin Centre for Chicano […]

Ai Weiwei’s Lego classics are much more than playful reproduction

Art Basel has become the annual mecca for the year’s oddball artistic offering. From Maurizio Cattelan’s Comedian to MSCHF’s ATM Leaderboard, it is a home for statements in surprising formats. […]