Holy feast wins food photo prize

An overhead shot of a day-long feast in a Dhaka Hindu temple has won the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year prize.

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Nakba – Palestine’s ‘catastrophe’ festival

A black comedy about a shroud maker is to feature in a festival marking the 70th anniversary of the Palestinian exodus.

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Forget the gig economy, the future is creative

Young people need to be signposted to creative careers and properly nurtured when they start if they are to design the nation’s future.

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UK’s heritage in danger from cuts, union warns

Funding cuts are hitting the caret of the UK’s heritage and museums, according to a survey of its members by the public service union Prospect.

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Turner’s birthday garden party

As J M W Turner’s 243rdbirthday is celebrated today, the restoration of the garden at the house he designed and built at Twickenham for his father and himself is completed.

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Lancashire to reopen three museums

Weekend opening plans revealed after closures

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Proms showcase for disabled ensemble

BSO Resound, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra’s disabled-led ensemble, is to make its Proms debut this summer, and its first major UK performance.

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Roundhouse recruits kids’ champion

Sir Ken Robinson, the pioneer of creativity in education, is to join the Roundhouse arts centre as associate creative curator to boost its work with young people, it was announced today.

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Arts education: ‘It’s not enough minister’ say arts chiefs

Arts leaders, including the artistic director of English National Ballet and the CEO of the British Fashion Council, have today demanded full creative education for all schoolchildren.

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