Get some artistic inspiration in the East End thanks to monthly late-night openings at art galleries… The sheer wealth of galleries and museums available in East London make it Europe’s largest cultural quarter. It is home to over 160 galleries – such a number and range of artistic gems in fact, that it can be virtually impossible to make time to see as much as you might wish. Supported by the Arts Council England, First Thursdays is where the galleries and museums of East London open their doors late for a chance to see amazing art, culture and...
If you’re a budding artist, check out the Royal Academy’s famous Summer Exhibition, and get inspired to start an art course… The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition has been held annually since 1768 and draws together a wide range of new work by both established artists and unknowns. It is the largest open contemporary art exhibition in the world and is a unique showcase for art of all styles and media. Taking place this year from June to August, the majority of works are for sale and any artist can enter work for selection. It usually takes...
Course Review: Art Curating
Here at Hotcourses we’re passionate about learning and every member of the team takes a ‘hot course’ – either to improve their skills, enjoy a new hobby or just to try something completely different. Kate Weir, Hotcourses’ Account Manager, tells us about her art curator course... Name: Kate Weir My hotcourse: How to Be an Independent Curator Institution: Central Saint Martins In the recession, as many non-essential jobs are under threat, curating has been hailed as a slightly redundant career, essentially a middleman between the...
Peoples Bark News Berkeley (Part 2)
This is a continuation of the Peoples Bark News
officials about your vote. Also, Bush has two daughters who are college age...do you think that they would be on the front line? How do you think it will perceived if 19 and 20 year olds are being asked to serve this country and his daughters are still making
headlines getting drunk at rat parties?
BARBARA LEE: That poses the kind of questions and dilemmas before us. There are many questions that have to be asked..the kind of terrain ahead of us in a country we don?t know, how much collateral loss will we be inflicting in terms of innocent women and
children? Loss of life is loss of life. The Congress needs to ask these questions, force the administration
to answer these questions. That does not mean that we, and I, are not unified. I'm sure I will hear from the
administration, I'm on the foreign affairs committee.
I see Secretary Po…