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Nature's own art form

For years strange shapes have been appearing in the endless fields around Kansas, courtesy of local and internationally renowned Land…

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Out of the ashes - the rise and rise of Al-Jazeera

Out of the ashes of BBC Arabic Television and rubble of Afghanistan and Iraq, Al-Jazeera has risen like a phoenix.…

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Volunteers: Your arts need you!

Many of us undertake some form of creativity at one point in our lives. Indeed how many of us secretly…

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Communities creating for themselves

Much has been written about creative communities but the stories don't always relate to the same thing. A look at…

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Consumed by passion of the carnivale

Carnival arts is a celebration of communities and culture. Value for money when it comes to investing public money in…

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The Cultured Tourist

The World Tourism Organisation (WTO) forecasts that 1.6 billion people will travel as tourists by the year 2020 - a…

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When worlds collide and lovers meet

Starting an arts career is like having a new lover - especially if you've hopped from one field to another,…

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Music from the Land of Kings

In a world of religious tension, it is music that brings disparate traditions together. India - 'land of contrasts' is…

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Ancestral voices speak the language of science and art

Science and art are branches of the same root watered and nurtured in different ways. After centuries of utilizing science…

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Welcome to Indonesian Hospitality and an International Literary Roadshow!

Performance writer Jan Cornall, a recent guest of the Utan Kayu International Literary Biennale in Indonesia, tells us about a…

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