Having dropped out of uni, a job in the creative industries seemed out of reach for Lisa Williams, but then an opportunity came her way that changed everything
Art history acts as a thin veil to dominant power structures over the ages. That is starting to change though, as online communities begin to utilise the democratic potential of the internet, rewriting the rules of what should be archived.
While studying together, Silva Baum, Lea Sievertsen and Claudia Scheer quickly noticed a severe lack of women in the curriculum and conferences they were being presented with. So they created a platform to showcase and learn from their role models.
Feel like LinkedIn can’t help you to build a career in the creative industries? Think again.
Studying art and design is often framed as a risky decision. Jack Williams argues that instead of shaming students for choosing to follow their passion, we ought to look to universities to teach them how to make their skills relatable to working life.
Brit Seaton meets some of the individuals who are redefining online spaces, in ways that create offline impact
Find Your Intern founder Jasmine MacPhee has seen and heard it all when it comes to dodgy internships, so she’s sharing some top tips to help you sort the good from the bad
For Lucy Black-Swan and Andrés Colmenares of IAM, thinking about futures isn’t about finding answers, it’s about asking better questions. Ahead of their annual conference in Barcelona, Anna Dorothea Ker discovers what they’re turning their minds to next
As our definition of mentorship is rooted in ancient history, Renee Lee feels that now would be a good time to reframe who we consider mentors and how we think about those relationships
Working out how to properly price your work as a designer can be really tough. Our Editor Alec Dudson has some advice for different ways to approach the conundrum
‘The School of Being’ is a vivid picture of what a future art school could — and perhaps should — look like. Come and dive right in
Laura Gordon explains why failure is vitally important for creativity and why education's framing of it is deeply counter-intuitive
Jaheed Hussain has never been taught by a BAME tutor, visiting lecturer or industry professional in time at university so far. Now he's pushing for change
Siân Hamer meets Marcos Navarro and Robbie Bloomer to see why they started High Hoops, an inclusive club night, open to all
Loran Dunn is on a mission to challenge the film industry status quo. Joe Pagnelli meets the Delaval Film founder to discover why diverse voices are vital
Laura Robertson meets Paulette Constable aka DJ Paulette to talk about coming up in Manchester and the Haçienda, facing the past and embracing the future
Multidisciplinary artist and jewellery maker Aliyah Hussain explains why Manchester is the perfect city and community for her varied practice
Joe Hartley is designing community in the heart of Manchester through 'participatory placemaking'. Alice Gray visited him at PLANT NOMA to find out more
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