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Ignore These Outdated Interior Design Myths

Like fashion, interior design styles are both cyclical and constantly evolving. (Except it’s much less depressing seeing the model of your family’s old sofa in a vintage furniture shop than it is seeing a young person wearing a (19)90s “costume” for “retro” day at school.)Read more...
Tags: Design, Once Upon A Time, Visual Arts, Furniture, Lifehacks, Interior Design, The Thing, Decorative Arts, Academic Disciplines, Hospitality Recreation, Brianne Bishop, Ruth Doherty, Mark Lavender


How rugby star Maro Itoje found his voice: ‘For black people, the road is often trickier’

From highlighting black history to tackling everyday racism, the powerful athlete is determined to use his platform for changeJust under a year ago, Maro Itoje popped into his local branch of Waitrose to do some shopping. Despite being one of this country’s finest and most recognisable rugby union players – a 6ft 5in second-row forward who has played in a World Cup final and won virtually every major prize in the club game with his team, Saracens – he still enjoys the luxury of being able to wal...
Tags: Art, London, Nigeria, Africa, Race, Sport, World news, Culture, Rugby Union, Art and design, Saracens, Black Lives Matter Movement, Maro Itoje


Performing Outdoors Part 1: Technical Considerations

Performing outdoors can be a lot of fun — Shakespeare in the park, anyone? But as with any theatrical undertaking, there are some things to consider before getting started with rehearsals. The following exercise gives students the opportunity to act as “location scouts” and discover the technical pros and cons of doing theatre outside in […]
Tags: Theatre, Shakespeare



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