Written by Sarah Dalton TikTok, created in 2016, is perhaps one of the few things to have thrived as a result of the global pandemic. A year living indoors means that young people have turned to the short video clips as a form of entertainment. The social media is currently estimated to have 689 million… Read More Video Could Not kill the Radio Star but Maybe TikTok Can?
Written by Chloe Lawson In 2018, tens of thousands of women of all ages and backgrounds took to the streets in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London to mark 100 years since the first UK women were allowed to vote. The event, named PROCESSIONS, was a once in a lifetime mass participation artwork whereby 100 women… Read More Women Making History: An Exhibition
Written by Isabelle Tyner Doubt is a very common human emotion. It takes most people a long time to work on their confidence and belief. Unfortunately, once you have overcome doubt in yourself there is still a long way to go, as we have doubt imposed on us by others, as much as ourselves. A… Read More Dump Those Doubts – Why You Don’t Need to Pity Artists