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Monthly Archives: March 2022
MSt students Anna Seidel & Caroline King advocate for interdisciplinary convergence with their platform The Napkin Poetry Review
Though the pandemic has posed many challenges for students, it has also bred virtual community building leading to innovative ideas and creative ventures. One such virtual project brought to life by MSt student Anna Seidel and alumna Caroline King is … Continue reading
Snow Widows mines never-before-seen archive material to reconstruct the lives of five women – wives, mothers and sisters of the men participating in Robert Falcon Scott’s polar expedition – MSt alumna Katherine MacInnes offers a fresh and utterly different perspective … Continue reading
This timely and intimate work from MSt tutor and award-winning playwright Barney Norris (The Remains Of The Day) and his father, the internationally acclaimed pianist and broadcaster David Owen Norris, examines that age-old story of a boy and his dad, … Continue reading
A companion book to the landmark BBC2 television documentary series to be broadcast from April to June 2022, Brilliant Isles tells the turbulent story of British creativity through 80 stunning works or art, music, literature and architecture.
MSt tutor Rebecca Abrams took part in an event in early March concerning the Arts and Restorative Justice, talking about how she researched and wrote her play The Meeting Room. The session can be watched here, and here is a … Continue reading