National Gallery

16 Dec 18
2 Scoops

A concentrated version of the literature review from my MA thesis.  Failures of the Fourth Estate: A Survey of News Media Failures and Shortcomings Within participatory democracies citizens can, at least in some policy areas and to varying degrees (Page & Bartels, 2013), influence the governance of their state. It is generally accepted that in […]

16 Dec 18
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16 Dec 18
punkgirldiaries

For 23 years, there had been a coalition government, but with the election of the Labor politicians that formed the Whitlam government in the early 1970s, things changed dramatically.  Reading the historical reviews, you could almost say that Australia had a punk rock government.

16 Dec 18
front mezz junkies

The Reviews: Broadway’s Network & BAM’s Strange Window: The Turn of the Screw By Ross Breaking News: Large scale live streaming is the new big thing on and off-Broadway. It’s being projected with an inventive force of nature on two far apart theatrical stages this fall, both surpassing expectations in inventiveness and style. It seems […]

16 Dec 18
Archy news nety

walesonlineLoad mobile navigation News Latest news Wales news UK News World news Crime Politics Health Nostalgia Education Agriculture Motors News Opinion To expand In your area North Wales Mid Wales South East Wales South West Wales Cardiff Swansea View all locations To expand What is on Newest What & # 39; s On Things to […]

16 Dec 18
TMoney

Lagos State is a full of excitement, history, and culture. More than to enough to explore for all tastes in the Nigerian capital! these are the best 5 attractions in Lagos State: 1.Nike Art Centre Nike Art Centre in Lagos is an amazing place promoting Nigerian arts, culture, tradition, language and heritage. This gallery is […]

16 Dec 18
Photofocus

“A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it.” – Edward Steichen Edward Steichen not only contributed more photographs to Alfred Stieglitz‘s Camera Work publication than any other he is also credited with being the first fashion photographer. It’s safe to say that he was a twentieth-century V.I.P. (Very Important Photographer). […]

16 Dec 18
Dutch Girl in London

Still thinking of that perfect Christmas present to buy? Let me inspire you with these special cultural Christmas gift ideas, all offering numerous cultural delights a whole year long!

16 Dec 18
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

U.S. President Donald Trump has told his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan that Washington is working on extraditing a U.S.-based Muslim cleric accused of orchestrating a failed Turkish coup in 2016, Turkey’s foreign minister said on Sunday. “In Argentina, Trump told Erdogan they were working on extraditing (Fethullah) Gulen and other people,” Mevlut Cavusoglu said, referring […]

16 Dec 18
consumedbywanderlust

For most of us, hearing about the impacts of human activities on the environment is likely something we hear about every day. And while there are still those who loudly question the science behind it all, it doesn’t take much to see how talented we are at manipulating and forever changing the land around us. New […]

16 Dec 18
Portraying Landscape

The eighth Brighton Photo Biennial drew on the UK’s current immersion in the geopolitics of the ongoing Brexit negotiations which have dominated the mass media and thus people’s thoughts, beliefs and feelings since the Referendum in June 2016. Much of the photography in Brighton in Brighton Photo Biennial 2018 responds to this current uncertainy.  Visitors […]

16 Dec 18
National Post

PRESCOTT, Ariz. — After 90 years, a Prescott museum known for its large collection of photos and documents of Arizona history is getting an update. The Sharlot Hall Museum will break ground in January on a planned expansion that will include a new education centre, the Daily Courier in Prescott reported . “We needed a […]

16 Dec 18
Norfolk Tales & Myths

It was often assumed that during the Georgian period (1714-1830) Christmas was not celebrated with as much gusto as during the Victorian era. Although traditions, foods and celebrations differed, Christmas was, in fact, actively celebrated by the Georgians. We know that Christmas was banned by the Puritans in 1644, Christmas completely abolished and shops and […]

16 Dec 18
Little Waldingfield History Society

Little Waldingfield History Society was delighted to welcome Kate Jewell to the Parish Room to share some of her extensive knowledge of rituals and festivals in the medieval Suffolk landscape with the more than 30 guests; everyone went home delighted as it was a quite superb talk from a woman passionate about her subject. Kate […]

16 Dec 18
galaxyofart

        Abraham Ruben is a contemporary Inuit artist. Abraham Ruben was born in Paulatuk, Northwest, Territories in the year 1951. Ruben was one of the first children to be taken from his home and mother and sent to a public school. Price range information: Sorry none available. The artist enjoys working with […]

16 Dec 18
Some Days You Do ...

Well, even if I haven’t got to see everything I would have liked, it’s been a good year, especially for encountering artists I hadn’t come across before, Rana Begum for one. Her work somehow combines facets of minimalism with various kinds of patterning, some of her pieces (many?) depending for their effect on a kind […]