Yesterday, Olga Tokarczuk gave her Nobel Lecture at the Swedish Academy, which awarded her the 2018 Nobel Prize for Literature.
Courtroom 600 of the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg was the venue for the post-war trials of Nazi leaders, so
Last year I spent some time looking at the work of Tandem, a partnership between the European Cultural Foundation and MitOst
Last week, I participated in a round table discussion organised by the Cultural Value Scoping Project at Tate Modern. The
Originally posted on judithknott:
A number of today’s papers have carried parts of, or references to, Angela Merkel’s new year…
The view from 2003 Recent developments in my country, before and since the Referendum on 23 June 2016, have been very disturbing.
This is the text of a talk given on 3 September 2016 in Berlin at an event to mark the fifth
Originally posted on A Restless Art:
Craigmillar Festival Society was one of the pioneering community arts organisations in Britain. It was particularly…
A letter to my friends in the European Union (including, for now, the British) After last Thursday’s vote, I wanted
I’ve come up with a set of rules that describe our reactions to technologies: 1. Anything that is in the world
Read Stella Duffy’s brilliant portrait of Joan Littlewood and why she continues to inspire women, theatre makers and anyone who