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Book Review: How to Run Your Home Without Help by Kay Smallshaw

A review about How To Run Your Home Without Help published by Persephone Books 15 more words


Dealing with Boulez

Dealing with Pierre Boulez is proving to be one of the biggest challenges of my project. Although his involvement with musical technology was minimal during my period of study (1946-1958), his influence on post-war French musical thought was huge. 285 more words


Closely Observed Trains (Jiri Menzel. 1966)


It’s a shame that the Czech new wave movement was such a brief moment in cinematic history. Closely Observed Trains is from that European art cinema mold of the 50s and 60s. 145 more words

How Do We Fight Terrorism At Home?

Unlike America’s past wars, the war on terrorism transcends traditional political boundaries. It is impossible to say that since we are fighting in the Middle East… 553 more words

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Herbert Read and Alec Clegg exhibition and seminar, Yorkshire Sculpture Park

I’m looking forward to visiting this exhibition and study session, ‘Herbert Read & Alec Clegg: A Revolution Realised’, about writer, critic and art educationalist… 49 more words

Anne & ANDARES in El Salvador! The beginnings: Days 1 & 2

From November 17-24, 2014, cultural geographer, dancer, and Salvadoran émigré, Luz Mena, and I returned to El Salvador for our second trip developing Forgiveness Project: El Salvador, now known as, ANDARES! 708 more words

Marmite buildings need love too

This week on Building4Change.com, I published a case study about the refurbishment of Guy’s Tower, that impressive hulk of brutalist mid-twentieth century architecture which has dominated the Southwark skyline for the past 40 years. 317 more words