• David Hockney: Inspiration in Isolation

    Abi explores David Hockney’s latest series of artwork and how creating art can provide solace during the current global uncertainty....
  • Creativity Under Quarantine

    For the first time since being dragged back to my village home two weeks ago, kicking and screaming due to the apocalypse, I went outside the other day....
  • Winifred Nicholson: Liberation of Colour @ Nottingham Lakeside Arts

    Nottingham Lakeside Arts’ latest exhibition, Winifred Nicholson: Liberation of Colour, is a marvellous exploration of the use of colour in impressionism. On show until the 4th June in the Djanogly Gallery, the exhibition shows the development of lesser-known artist Winifred Nicholson through her life, and the influence her various trips...
  • Arts Investigates: Arts And Dementia

    Dementia is an “umbrella term” describing a set of symptoms including memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. It is often the result of brain damage caused by certain diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s dementia is the most common type of dementia, and is a progressive disease...
  • Impact At EGX – Virtual Reality

    At EGX this year virtual reality (VR) was the hot new technology which some of the big companies were showing off. PlayStation, Occulus and HTC were all showing off their tech, and although I was unable to play the PlayStation VR I was able to play the other two....
  • Can I Arts you a Question? Is this Painting a Painting?

    Look at this painting… Did you double take? So did we. You are looking at the work of talented young artist Alexa Meade, who saves on the cost of buying canvas’ by painting her portraits onto people, turning a 3D person into a 2D photograph. Besides being wonderfully creative and...