Through her photographs, Claudia Andujar conveyed something of the world of the Yanomami; but when the community was threatened, she put the images to a new and powerful use – helping them fight for survival.
Read, Watch & Listen
Revisit this conversation between acclaimed cartoonist and author Art Spiegel and jazz composer Philip Johnston where they explore the place where music meets art, where the comic book comes alive, and where wordless art finds a voice.
After many months of worldwide lockdown, leaving bustling city streets deserted and shutting us out from these vital and exciting spaces, we finally return to the city.
This week, we re-enter the cinematic universe of Yorgos Lanthimos and his film – The Killing of a Sacred Deer. A film where horror and humour creep up next to you.
Join the cast and creative team behind Rhiannon Faith Company's DROWNTOWN for a panel discussion as they celebrate the world premiere of the film - available to watch on our website until 6 June.
Take inspiration from Jean Dubuffet's art and learn more about Art Brut with our fun animated video to make you and your family feel creative.
Learn how to make your own memory game inspired by Studio Ghibli films My Neighbour Totoro, Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle, by artist Ivonne Vargas.
Part of our Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty free talks series, join artist Lindsey Mendick and Curatorial Assistant Charlotte Flint for a discussion about the role of art making as a form of relief, catharsis and comfort.
With lockdown easing, Natasia Patel presents 'Dream Fragments’, a poetry film based on excerpts from their journal, chronicling their inner thoughts and feelings over the last year, as we all look back on the last 12 months for how we can best move forward.