“Capsule Wardrobe” Considerations

“Capsule Wardrobe” Considerations

MARCUS LOKE / UNSPLASH Although the term “capsule wardrobe” has dominated sustainability discourse lately, the term first appeared in American women’s magazines in the 1940s. Based on the idea of ​​combining your wardrobe around a set of quality staples, modestly complemented with seasonal items and accessories, the capsule wardrobe aims to help everyday wardrobe save … Read more

Commonwealth Games culture festival accused of sidelining people of color | Commonwealth Games 2022

Organizations in the West Midlands have accused the Commonwealth Games of not addressing multicultural communities across the region. A number of groups have claimed organizers of July’s sporting event in Birmingham have ignored their requests for participation, saying creative groups led by people of color have been put on hold for the cultural festival running … Read more

Music Theater Philly to the BOUNDLESS stage

Music Theater Philly to the BOUNDLESS stage

Music Theater Philly, the region’s premier and vibrant training facility for young theater and dance artists founded by professional Broadway performers and choreographers, is developing a world premiere musical based on the true story of the Nickel Mines shooting Amish School was based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Written by theater artist Mary Fishburne, BOUNDLESS explores how … Read more

Art from the gut | University

Art from the gut |  University

Content Note: This article contains a discussion of chronic disease and pain, weight loss, food/appetite, and blood and blood in the context of art Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel disease that causes chronic inflammation in the gut. When I first conceived this art project about my illness at the beginning of Lent, the harmful … Read more

Hockney’s Eye: The Art and Technology of Depiction

Hockney's Eye: The Art and Technology of Depiction

As you walk down Trumpington Street to the Fitzwilliam Museum, banners of Hockney’s 2021 self-portrait line either side of the street, looking down on you in all its vibrancy. These culminate in two giant banners at the front of the museum, which become new pillars. Hockney is really “tak[ing] over Cambridge” (brochure) and transformed both … Read more