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22nd March 2024
The Poet at Work I: Tishani Doshi
As the government seemingly reduces the importance of poetry on the national curriculum, by making i...
11th August 2023
Photographer Rankin on how Bjork gave him his start in the industry
For anyone looking to be famous, one possible route seem to be to truncate your name into a snappy w...
5th February 2023
That humorous feeling: how much comedy in the workplace is too much?
The witty can sometimes prosper in the workplace, but take it too far and you may have a problem, wr...
2nd February 2023
The English Teacher: A poem about mentorship by Diego Murillo
There is always one latent in your life, who will shape you to your own advantage. Mine was Balkwi...
5th August 2022
No Time To Die: what James Bond tells us about the workplace
I’m lucky to possess an attractive vintage edition of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1963). Whenev...
3rd December 2021
An interview with divorce lawyer Jeremy Levison about his office art collection
19th November 2021
Exclusive with legendary photographer Paul Joyce: ‘We all have feet of clay in the end”
6th July 2021
Why poetry must not be demoted on the national curriculum
28th May 2021
David Hockney at the Royal Academy: ‘Get Up and Work Immediately’
12th May 2021
Inside NFTs: the concept taking the art world by storm
25th March 2021
Q & A: Grange Park Opera CEO Wasfi Kani
16th March 2021
Founder of the Blue Pencil Agency Sara Sarre: “Writing is a gift”
9th March 2021
Axel Scheffler: ‘Arts education in schools isn’t priority anymore’
5th March 2021
‘A terrible limbo’: the quagmire the music industry is in
4th March 2021
The Poet at Work III: Christopher Hamilton-Emery
12th February 2021
The Poet at Work II: Alison Brackenbury
22nd January 2021
Barber Institute becomes first ever museum with ‘Nurse in Residence’
11th January 2021
Lorna May Wadsworth: the art world has become ‘glib and ironic’
16th November 2020
The Tale of the Artless Summer
30th October 2020
Out of office? Thomas Heatherwick on the future of the workplace
13th October 2020
How William Shakespeare navigated the plague

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