Art

#Next100Years: A Woman’s Place is in the Gallery

Gender segregation in art schools, barring from life drawing classes, and no elected women in the Royal Academy of the Arts (RA): by the time a proportion of women won the right to vote, they had emerged from a century of discrimination and underrepresentation in the arts world.  And they …

Should We Separate the Art From the Artist?

It’s amazing to see survivors finally being able to come forward and name their abusers. It’s even more incredible to see fellow survivors being believed and action being taken against their assailants. However, each new #MeToo story that emerges where the accused is a prominent actor, musician or writer brings with it an …

When Art is Lost: Overcoming a Creative Block

As a person that writes and occasionally likes to make things, I know all too well the dreaded wall that creators occasionally hit–when the ideas stop coming and you question everything you’ve made in the past. I often look back on poetry or videos I have made and cringe because …