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The tug Bantam 4 starting up today.
Armley mills Museum Boo
BiH 2014: Walking into Mostar with the midday call to prayer in the background
It has to be one of the most evocative, mesmerizing sounds I know, the Muslim call to prayer. In this recording, made around midday in...
I agree, both mesmerising and evocative.
Year 3 Horniman trip
jay from @Ult_Holding_Co tells us about @extinked
Find out more about ExtInked here http://www.extinked.org.uk/about-us-extinked.html
Freud Museum Ambience
With @fidunn in the Birmingham ThinkTank cafe
Sitting in the cafe with Fi. Discussing, amongst other things, the accessibility of written materials about the Museum.
Is there a way you can contact the museum and give them feedbak on their accessibility? And, how they could improve?
Hoorah... finally get to see Fi , and looking uber cool in those shades :) But - Recording device near edge of table, full glass of water next to device .. you two do live dangerously lol
What is the London look?
Bloggers Nick Bain and Sabrina Bangladesh give their opinion.
TRANSCRIPT I'm Nick Bain, I'm a menswear designer, living and working in London. I think London typifies individuality. So many people in one space, each express their ideas and the way the look and the way the dress so freely. So you've got everybody from goths in Camden, to club kids in east End, y'know, gay boys all over London, the bankers in the city to yummy mummies in Putney. Y'know, everybody has the ability to be who they want to be and, somehow, everybody manages to co-exist beside each other without major problems. You can see great things on the tube where you've got somebody in a full burqa sat beside somebody who is wearing, y'know, the shortest hot pants the world has ever seen. So I think that's really what sums it up, it's that everybody... there's everybody from everywhere in the world all in the same space, all managing to work together and exist togther. -------------- I'm Sabrina Bangladesh, I am a stylist and also a fashion blogger. I'm based in London. I think there's definitely a London aesthetic. Looks kind of vary all over the city, but there's definitely an aesthetic which people think of when they think of London. Not necessarily a look, but more sort of an attitude to what people wear and how they wear it. People generally think of London as somewhere where you can experiment and try out different things, which, y'know, wherever you're from in the UK, be it a small town or different city, you might not be able to get away with. People generally stereotype and say, y'know, Rome, everyone is head to toe in designer fashion. In Paris, everyone is very neat, chic and Gallic. I'd definitely say when people look to London, they do think experimental. A lot of would be due to the sixties, the punk movement in the seventies and eighties, the miniskirt... all that sort of stuff. A lot has happened over the past fifty, sixty years in terms of fashion - well, the past hundred years. So it's been a time of huge change and a lot of it has been spearheaded in London.
Introduction to Paying a Visit to Mary: 2008 Hall Curatorial Fellowship_@TheAldrich
Living Communities - Dylan's weaving
Living Communities Exhibition Perth Museum and Art Gallery Work gathered from a series of Living Communities projects delivered to...
Three Brothers Grant 14: First Job
Guildtown Project - part one
Guildtown was founded in 1818 by the Guildry Incorporation of Perth. The Primary School, through a series of interlinked projects,...
Wandering albatross, by Natural History Keeper Jo Hatton
Three IHBC Orkney annual school delegates play with acoustics
At Scapa Flow visitor centre and museum there is a huge oil tank, containing interesting exhibits and multimedia display. Three...
The Three Counties Asylum...
Richard Knight from Letchworth is an amateur historian who has been collecting medicine bottles, ward curtains, padlocks, ward signs,...
Three Brothers Grant 9: Moving On
Exploring Glasgow's Riverside Museum of transport
Beside the River Clyde, Glasgow's great Centre of ship building, stands an iconic new structure housing the city's collection of historic...
Another DAM podcast interview with Matt Shanley Here are the questions asked: -How are you involved with Digital Asset Management? -Why...
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