• Who’s Story? The Government Struggles Against Uncomfortable Truths

    Myron Winter-Brownhill Last week, a meeting between twenty-five UK heritage groups and the Culture Secretary, Oliver Dowden, highlighted concerns over potentially harmful interference by the government in the vital work of museums. It’s the latest in a series of push-backs from the government against renewed interest in re-evaluating British...
  • Leonardo Da Vinci: A Life in Drawing Exhibit

    2019 marks 500 years since Leonardo Da Vinci’s death. To celebrate his life and artwork, twenty museums across the country are simultaneously showcasing selections of his artwork, on loan from the Royal Collection. Each museum has different pieces, culminating in an overall exhibition in The Queen’s Galleries in London...
  • Secret Life Of An Arts Student: Internships

    Second year seems to be that point where everyone thinks ‘oh shit, I need to look into getting a job’, and so begins the chaos of trying to get experience for jobs. If you’re not lucky enough to snag a volunteering position in the sector you want to work in,...
  • Arty Outings: Berlin

    Berlin is well-known as being one of the cultural capitals of the world, but I never realised quite how much culture and art is crammed into the German capital. Over summer I travelled to Berlin with my family for four days, and we spent the time being classic tourists,...