EVERYTHING IS WORTH WHAT ITS PURCHASER WILL PAY FOR IT

EVERYTHING IS WORTH WHAT ITS PURCHASER WILL PAY FOR IT

EVERYTHING IS WORTH WHAT ITS PURCHASER WILL PAY FOR IT What is art worth? A question I would constantly ask my students when teaching my foundation degree. Well, I would say, “Everything is worth what its purchaser will pay for it.” Not a saying from a modern day...
SELF CENSORSHIP IS BEING CENSORED BY THE PUBLIC AND THE POLICE

SELF CENSORSHIP IS BEING CENSORED BY THE PUBLIC AND THE POLICE

SELF CENSORSHIP IS BEING CENSORED BY THE PUBLIC AND THE POLICE Very recently Ann Widdecombe has been in the news for suggesting that the act of being a homosexual could in the future be changed by the use of drugs. This isn’t actually new news; the claim was made by...
BRIGHTON – NOT SILICON VALLEY

BRIGHTON – NOT SILICON VALLEY

BRIGHTON, NOT SILICON VALLEY In the last blog we looked at “virtual” meetings between performers and their supporters / fans / audiences etc. We heard of “after show” Q + A’s where cast members sat in front of a laptop and answered questions from audience members. And...
ART IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER

ART IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER

ART IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER We all love art, whether it’s fine art, ballet, opera, theatre, cinema, puppetry or circus. And of course any trip to watch / look at a piece of art will have an effect on you. Yours truly went to see the film “Three Colours – Blue”...

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