Archive for April, 2012

Designer Creates Lamp Using Recycled Coffee Grounds – Advertisements In this visually stunning exhibition, Fred Langford Edwards invites us to re-consider the nature of the museum. His work investigates historical and contemporary aspects of science, exploring the cultural forces that drive changes and directions of thought and study. Many months of work in the Eduardo Estrella Museum of Medicine in Quito, Ecuador, between […]

The latest National Theatre Walesproduction is a political fantasy for the networked world. Written by TIM PRICE Directed by JOHN E McGRATH Bradley Manning is the 24-year old US soldier accused of releasing 250,000 secret embassy cables and military logs from the Iraq and Afghan wars. After nearly two years in prison without charge, Manning […]

Migrations have brought a great performance project to Wrexham. The performances by David Subal & Michikazu Matsune in Store are funny, engaging, interactive and beautiful to watch. I had a go at Blue Monday Workshop, which is on the Take Away menu. I warn you, if you go, it is highly addictive and you will […] Reiko Sudo Nuno textiles was founded in 1984 and since 1987 Reiko Sudo, as Artistic Director, has steered Nuno to a position of pre-eminence in Japan and internationally. This exhibition shows how Nuno designs respond to the human form and how Nuno works with textile producers to create designs that reflect the importance of […]

The impact of the incredible spectacle that takes place in Liverpool this weekend cannot be underestimated. The City was thronging with people for the procession/performance by Royal de Luxe. This is an ambitious investment in the power of art to affect and inspire people. The economic returns from this investment will undoubtedly help to secure […]

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