Arts and Humanities

The Way Home

University of the Arts London
Tom Hunter references important paintings from art history and tells stories of our time that all take place in the London […]
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Becoming a Community Musician

Royal College of Music
Dave Camlin discusses an approach to training in community music that is congruent with its pluralistic and diverse character. Dave Camlin […]
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Luxury Goods

Goldsmiths, University of London
Melissa Gordon discusses her essay titled ‘Luxury Goods’ on the relationship between gesture and value. Publication
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Urban Memory

King's College London
Simon Sleight discusses key themes in the study of historical memory and its significance by considering the role of historical expertise […]
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Never Really in Real Time

Goldsmiths, University of London
Edgar Schmitz discusses Never Really in Real Time. Edgar Schmitz is an artist who renders escapist backdrops from film, sculpture, […]
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