- alternative scene
- Brian Finnegan
- comic strips
- contemporary art
- Creative Culture
- East End
- Fashion East
- Film Festival
- food italy culture tradition
- Gareth Pugh
- Jonathan Saunders
- Old Truman Brewery
- street art
- Temple Bar
- Glasgow through the lens
- “Holy week not that holy anymore”
The loss of Semana Santa’s religious background
- Strong Sarajevan art lacks hope for future
- Mediterranean metropolis makeover
How to create a new identity out of history, setbacks and some Parisian glamour
- Temple Bar
Cultural centre, or tourist trap?
- A slice of Paris in Istanbul
- The lively sound of fado
- Graffiti keeps him alive
- City of young culture
- Daniel Meakin: Profile of an Artist in Barcelona
- HafenCity: a wave of opportunity for the creative?
- Ginger isn’t only a spice
- Mobilizing Leicester for the Olympics
A strategy to mobilise the UK through culture and creativity
- Reawakening the soul of El Raval
- Enemies of cultural development
- East meets West orchestra
- Dancing to the CCBeats
- Loud and proud
Polish migrants share culture with Dubliners
- Toy layers of Dublin
- Three Monkeys
Sarajevo’s first body painting group
Cultural Legacy Archive
A slice of Paris in IstanbulPosted on 17 June 2011 | No CommentsSara Harowitz discovers the effects of a French-themed street in Istanbul, Turkey. If you walk long enough through the flashy,...
Dancing to the CCBeatsPosted on 17 June 2011 | No CommentsA main cultural centre in Lisbon is launching a new musical program for young people. “CCB wants to be more...
Beyond your average beach festPosted on 14 June 2011 | No CommentsWalking through the bustling streets of Palermo, it’s hard not to notice that the World Festival on the Beach...
“Brussels and comics have changed my life!”Posted on 14 June 2011 | No CommentsLuis Fernández was a very good student with his lifetime planed in Spain studying and working but, suddenly, something...
Literary heritage breeds modern literary prowess: Dublin as city of literaturePosted on 21 June 2010 | No CommentsHistorically, Dublin has always been a city praised for its literary heritage. In the eyes of the world and Ireland, dublin is known as a city defined by literature and the modern era is no exception.
Krakow tries to keep you satisfiedPosted on 21 June 2010 | No CommentsWhen young people talk about art in Krakow, the words classical and conservative are more than often mentioned. People think...
Craig Wightman: Portrait of a writer as street performerPosted on 21 June 2010 | No CommentsAlmost everyday Craig Wightman hits the streets to do his art. Right before entering the shopping district in Dublin, tens...
Liverpool post-2008Posted on 21 June 2010 | No CommentsBack in 1971 John Lennon said, “My love of New York, is something to do with Liverpool. There is the...
Creative Writing as Academia: Profile of an Author as ProfessorPosted on 19 June 2010 | No CommentsTrinity College professor Gerald Dawe has gained success as a professional poet and writer and when he was asked to...
Stuttgart: building up its pastPosted on 17 June 2010 | No CommentsThis photo montage is a mixture of pictures highlighting the cultural heritage and architecture of Stuttgart, a city mainly known...