Inspiration, innovation and key developments from the art world
Visitors to Greenwich’s NOW Gallery can get up close and personal with Hattie Stewart’s newest artwork – as long as they take their shoes off.
A new exhibition at Ditchling Museum in Sussex celebrates 20 years of the art and design of Corita Kent, an artist, educator, activist and nun in LA in the 1960s. We talk to curator Donna Steele and artist Morag Myerscough about Kent’s life and why her art still inspires today.
This project was selected in the Design – Brand Identity category in The Annual 2018, CR’s award scheme celebrating the best in commercial creativity
Panic! Social Class, Taste and Inequalities in the Creative Industries is a new paper examining social mobility in the arts. Its results make for depressing reading. We talk to lead author, Dr Dave O’Brien, about its key issues.