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Arts

Poembox: Self-isolate

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Imogen Davies takes over the poembox for this week with her brilliant poem, Self Isolate. ...

Literature for Lockdown #2: Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro

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Rosie Minney tells us exactly why Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go is the perfect read for quarantine. ...

Literature for Lockdown #1: Indigo Donut

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TV editor Kate Dunkerton tells us about her favourite quarantine read, Indigo Donut by Patrice Lawrence. ...

The Arts under Quarantine

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Evie Lake discusses how the art world is coping with the transition to online during the coronavirus lockdown. ...

Pioneering feminists in the arts: Hana Shafi

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There are so many female artists who are making changes every day on social media platforms such as Instagram. There is Floss from @florencegiven, Frances Cannon from...

Pioneering feminists in the arts: Joan Didion

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The influence that women have in the art world is ever-growing. Women writers particularly, document exactly what it means to be a woman, and to be working in industries still...

Pioneering feminists in the arts: Beatrix Potter

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Beth Robson shares her most admired pioneering women in the arts; Beatrix Potter....

Pioneering feminists in arts: Margaret Atwood

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Can we consider Atwood as a symbol of hope for womankind? You may not think that a novelist of dystopian fiction, who writes about female, societal subordination is brimming with...

Is #MeToo a Sex Panic?

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A new book by JoAnn Wypijewski seeks to unpack the nuances of the #MeToo movement What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About #MeToo: Essays on Sex, Authority and the Mess of...

Pioneering feminists in the arts: Phoebe Waller-Bridge

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Women’s recognition, status and respect is slowly but surely on the rise, and has been for some time now, not only in politics but in the creative arts as well. There is one...