Independent bookshops are turning into treasured cultural hubs as UK towns and cities begin to lose their quirky features.
Posts byBianca Pascall
The government are taking legal steps to eradicate council-run newspapers to protect democracy
If authorities are to be held accountable then just making reams of data available is not enough.
Artefact invites the former director of BA Journalism and lecturer on J. S. Mill’s On Liberty, Paul Charman, to give his view on Charlie Hebdo.
Photojournalist Isabelle Andarakis exposes the darker side of Dubai’s desert dream
The arts and sciences are coming together in the same way they did in Leonardo Da Vinci’s time: are we experiencing a new renaissance?
The rise and rise of data visualisation and the debate over whether clarity or beauty should take precedence.
And who the fuck was Michel Foucault?
These powerful images of Athens by photojournalist, Isabelle Andarakis, travel across all languages and candidly describe the despondency felt by the people of Greece, a malaise that has become distinctive of a culture in crisis.
Scientists and academics use art to imagine concepts which are too advanced for humans to create without machines…
Smashing the machine is the worst mistake we could make; knowing how it works will give us back all the power we could want.
Central Saint Martins is hosting Mi Pattern, a week-long event to explore the world of pattern under the microscope.
The switch to digital journalism is reviving the local press as news published across online platforms is attracting newer, younger and wider audiences.