A look at the autumn arts seasons

One can easily read between the lines when it comes to the choice of production for the main opera by the Lawrence Batley Theatre in the upcoming autumn season. For many years what they have been offering has been good, even for the box office, and this year there is no exception. The theatre is […]

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Arts cuts not as bad as first thought

George Osborne’s recent announcement that budgetary cuts meant for the arts sector won’t exceed 5% has brought solace to the art leaders. So relieved are the art leaders and museum managers that they welcomed the move which in itself is quite unusual. The general mood of exuberance can be gauged in the words of Mark […]

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Art and Computers: 3D Rendering

Traditionally, art is seen as something created by hand. Most museums are filled with paintings and sculptures; pieces that have generally been created through human hands. Yet this doesn’t always have to be the case, as computers and modern technology can also help those with a creative flair. From humble paint to the mode-advanced 3d […]

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