For our latest edition, we’re asking artists to explore the idea of portrait. To get you thinking, we spoke to photographer Justin Desforges.
In the second of our two-part interview poet Rishi Dastidar talks to us about the power of innovation and why the word ‘playful’ best sums up his work.
For the next edition of all the sins we’re asking contributors to explore ways in which they leave marks on their work. To kick things off we spoke to potter Steve Cook.
For our latest submissions window we talk to visual artist Liam Herne about the search for meaning in our digital age.
To introduce our latest theme we talk to filmmaker Neville Pierce and publishing analyst Danuta Kean about the joy of short form art.
For our new call we explore the world of buried objects and talk to gothic novelist Laura Purcell about why this classic trope continues to fascinate.
Curator Lauren P Della Monica talks challenges to conceptions of ‘landscape’ in an exhibition at The Heritage Museum and Gardens
For our fourth call for submissions, we spoke with artist George Chakravarthi about dislocation.
For the Issue 3 theme, museum educator and advocate Margaret Winikates explores the inspiration to be found in museums for all types of artists.
In our second submissions call we’re looking at movement in art, and to get us started, professional Step dancer Janille Hill talks about self-expression, Paris fashion shows and feeling the flow.
To mark the centenary of Roald Dahl’s birth, and our inaugural theme, Lisa takes a look at the way in which her childhood memories of reading Dahl’s books are inextricably linked with illustration and film.