Every society is built around established norms and expectations.
Fine art and its consumption has been long been confined to museums, institutions and education. This means that it can often be an exclusionary element of culture, and one that many write off, thinking that they couldn’t possibly understand it. But high-street fashion is something that we all can appreciate: not only have we all bought such clothes, but for many the high street is a place of socialisation and popular culture. So what happens when we bring these two together?
Having broken Michael Schumacher’s record of 92 career victories, Lewis Hamilton is officially the most successful F1 driver of all time. So where is his knighthood?
Trump’s campaign against the teaching of the history of slavery follows Republican senator’s bill proposing to ban it from curriculums entirely.
The SQA moderated pupils’ grades to protect their own credibility, but the reduced grades have hit students from deprived backgrounds the hardest.
Noah Keate provides a critique of the BBC’s new documentary that explores the rise of the Murdoch dynasty.
Should twitter be held to account for the tweets that Donald Trump posts?
The fashion industry has needed a revolution for decades, could the pandemic and protests finally ignite the necessary change?
A fascinating explanation of the impact of the global corona pandemic on the fashion industry and its important links to the Black Lives Matter movement and the lasting impact of colonialism.
Amy Houghton looks at the often ignored systemic racism in the UK calling for tangible action to be taken by both individuals and the government