Author: Suzie

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There’s no bus map for dementia

As we celebrate Health Information Week, which helps us find high quality health information, let’s check out ‘There’s no bus map for dementia‘. A group of artists and people living with dementia worked collaboratively...

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AI: More than human

If you’re interested in artificial intelligence (AI), check out this page from Google Arts and Culture which explores relationships between humans and technology, produced in collaboration with the Barbican. Ramon Amaro talks about future...

Photography

John Peter Askew: We

Head to the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art (NGCA) to view John Peter Askew’s landmark exhibition. Askew is a former student on this university during the 1990s. The exhibition follows one family in Perm,...

Frieze

Frieze has returned!

Great news! We have renewed one of the art journal subscriptions in the library. Frieze is an excellent resource for many artists. It is available in print at Murray Library (Periodicals 700/FRI). To help...

Drama

Theatre Photography

Catch up on the latest episode of TheatreVoice online or via iTunes. “As a collection of Ivan Kyncl’s production photography goes on show at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, theatre photographers Manuel...

Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci – A Mind in Motion

See inside the mind of one of the world’s greatest artists For the first time in the UK the British Library bring together selections from three of Leonardo da Vinci’s extraordinary notebooks to explore...

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Make the case for art and culture

Arts Council England have produced a toolkit that can help you tell a story about how your work positively impacts people’s lives. It includes simple tips that you can achieve quickly to make the...