Anish Kapoor Lets His Art Do the Talking
London-based British-Indian conceptual artist and sculptor, Anish Kapoor is returning to Modern Art Oxford after almost 40 years, with his latest exhibition: Painting. We had the absolute pleasure of catching up with the Turner Prize-winner to talk about his upcoming exhibition
Words permeate every aspect of our life and in vocal music lyrics sit alongside melody to convey meaning, mood and tone. But, how has the importance or significance of this word form developed over time?
Artweeks artists and makers inspired by the written word celebrate letters, literature and the lyrics of the landscape.
If like me you enjoy getting involved in a good book, hopefully you have discovered the delightful, romantic, modern-day novels by British author Katie Fforde.
By Thyme’s Head Chef, Charlie Hibbert
A Greek inspired baked orzo dish, soaked in the juices of the chicken, fennel, olive and lemon. One to truly transport you to a Mediterranean island.
How 90’s Black Cinema and Its Subsequent Resurgence Influenced the World
Black cinema is now carving its own legacy within film.
Esther Lafferty talks to Natty Mark Samuels, Founder of African School, Oxford, about two often-overlooked explorers whose inspirational stories together show the contribution from people of colour to Arctic exploration.
A new Book Festival for 2021, Burford Literary Festival has been created by Kim Harvey, self-confessed book-worm and owner of The Madhatter Bookshop on Burford High Street, Oxfordshire, with a focus on accessibility for all pockets.
Kevin Warwick has had a distinguished career in science and robotics. He currently teaches at Coventry University. It was a pleasure interviewing him for OX Magazine.