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The Pythagoras Myth?

  • By James Barry
The Pythagoras Myth?

Who is this guy? The triangle man or a Greek super-mathematician/ philosopher/ vegetarian/ spiritual cult leader whose name passes around classrooms some 2300 years after his death? Did he have...

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Furry Fluffy and Feathered War Heroes

  • By Neven Connolly
Furry Fluffy and Feathered War Heroes
The ideas of war and conflict spark countless visuals in our heads, almost all of them violent and depressing, aside from the occasional flash of a Hollywood happy ending that you might have come across on Netflix. We envision the men, women, and children between the trenches and the home front but one visual we overlook is the furry friends by their sides. Just because we figured out cars, tanks,  and planes doesn’t mean the war horses of the centuries before were forgotten. If anything they became used more so and with them more animal species were recruited and sent to the Front Lines on missions to the point that some received medals alongside their human comrades.
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Nick Cave's Whimsical, Wearable Soundsuits

  • By Steph L
Nick Cave's Whimsical, Wearable Soundsuits
Costuming and art through clothing and fabrics has always had a really special place in my heart so in this profile I decided to focus on one of my all time favourite fabric and performance artists, Nick Cave (not that Nick Cave).
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One More Last Dance?

  • By Craig Ridgwell
One More Last Dance?
The Sopranos. Game Of Thrones. Westworld. These are the champions of event television, and for five great weeks during the Covid-19 pandemic, we were able to relive a dynasty of a different kind.
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