International Museums Day is on 18 May 2020 and in celebration of the theme equality and diversity, I curated an online exhibition on the topic – Diversity,…… Read more “International Museums Day 2020: Diversity and Inclusion”
It was a pleasure to be asked to part of the plenary session The Future of Knowledge Sharing. Start from the premise that over the next decade…… Read more “2019 Knowledge Quarter Conference: The Future of Knowledge”
In honour of International Women’s Day, I’m posting this 60 Second Tour featuring the works of the Blue Rider Group (Der Blaue Reiter). Those who have an…… Read more “60 Second Tour: Blue Rider Group at Lenbachhaus”
The Renwick Gallery is part of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. After a period of closure for renovation, it has re-opened with an exhibition called WONDER.… Read more "60 Second Tour: Wonder at Renwick Gallery"
For some reason, Somerset House is not a place I go for evening or weekend fun. This is my loss, as the venue has greatly expanded its public…… Read more “Exploring the Big Bang at Somerset House”
Those who are reasonably well informed know that Raqqa (also known as Al-Raqqah, Rakka, Ar-Raqqah) is the city in Syria that is the ISIS stronghold and focus…… Read more “Raqqa: The Cultural History of the ISIS Stronghold”
As a cultural professional working in a research-intensive university, I’m keenly interested in the interplay between arts and sciences: How can artistic creativity inspire scientific problem solving?…… Read more “Alexander Calder at Tate: Balancing Science and Art”