9 London Visual Artists You Should Follow On Instagram

Comprising a selection of promising graduates and rising talents, alongside a few well-established contemporary art icons, Something Curated highlights nine visual artists working in London who you should follow on Instagram.   Yuri Pattison | @yuripattison A post shared by Yuri Pattison (@yuripattison) on Jul 15, 2017 at 6:29am PDT Yuri Pattison works with digital media, video…

Plywood: Material Of The Modern World

Over a thousand years ago, the Chinese were using shaved wood, glued together, to make furniture, and even further back, archaeologists have discovered traces of laminated wood in the tombs of Egyptian pharaohs. Early modern-era plywood was typically made from decorative hardwoods and most commonly used in the manufacture of household furnishings. In 1944, the…

Becoming An Arts Trustee

A significant number of arts organisations operate as trusts, with close to 30,000 registered charities across England and Wales whose objectives come under arts, culture, heritage and science. These are run with the help of trustees, the people collaboratively responsible for directing the business of the charity. They play a vital role, volunteering their time…

9 Young London Photographers To Follow In 2017

Staying on top of London’s continually changing roster of photographic talent can be a tricky task. Taking a closer look at some of the most inspiring creatives currently producing work in the capital and beyond, Something Curated highlights nine young image-makers to follow on Instagram.     Andrea Artemisio || @andreaartemisio MAN ABOUT TOWN @_manabouttownuk…

Utility Chic: Luxury’s Fascination With Workwear

Utility is chic Utility wear in contemporary fashion can be used to describe anything from a pair of dungarees to a French workman’s jacket. Examining the intersection between workwear and fashion, this feature considers the trades of chefs and fishermen to explore the appeal of utilitarian clothing in the luxury market. Yves Saint Laurent’s appropriation of…

Harvard Design Fellows Move Into Richard Rogers’ Wimbledon House

Harvard Graduate School of Design has commenced its inaugural research residency at the Wimbledon House, a modern masterpiece designed by world-renowned British architect Richard Rogers. Open to accomplished professionals and scholars working in any field related to the built environment, the Richard Rogers Fellowship is dedicated to advancing research on a wide range of issues,…

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