Ever since William Blake first made that crack about England’s ‘dark Satanic mills’ we as a nation have been in two minds about what’s known as our ‘industrial heritage’.
Following the launch of Creative England last week, Chairman John Newbigin shares his vision for the new agency.
Jo Morrison, Digital Projects Director at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, gives us a sneak preview of Interweave, a free one-day event offering an insight into the impact of materials and technology.
Andy Parkinson, chief executive of UK Anti-Doping, explains how the UK is taking a tough stance on doping in the run up to London 2012.
Most workplaces have them from time to time. Young people who seem to appear out of the blue, and hang around for a week or two with expressions on their faces that start out as a mixture of terror and wonder, but after a while settle down into something approaching confidence and – more often…
On 3 November this year, the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth will open its doors not to the usual gazers of underwater life but to the growing number of gamers emerging in the South West. Organiser and MD of Remode Studios Ella Romanos explains why the coastal region is making a mark on the fast-growing…
‘Ditch your duvet, those summer nights are back*’ as The Daily Mail reported last week, demonstrating yet again that, if there’s one thing we in this country never tire of, it’s speculation about the weather.
In this video, Ryan Murray, Interaction Associate at Artangel, takes us behind the scenes of a special event he organised for his fellow graduates on the DCMS Jerwood Creative Bursaries scheme.
Following the official transfer this weekend, Chief Executive of Arts Council England Alan Davey reveals how his organisation has prepared to take on responsibility for museums and libraries from MLA.
Next year will mark the culmination of the Public Catalogue Foundation’s ambitious project to photograph the nation’s entire collection of oil paintings. These paintings are being shown on the BBC website. As Andrew Ellis, the PCF’s Director, explains this project will reveal to the world the UK’s extraordinary art collection.