Members of our Young Poets and Young Visual Arts Group chat about what it means to be a young artist today and their experience of being part of our young creative programmes.
Read, Watch & Listen
In another archive edition we return to the cinema and experience a family falling apart in front of their son’s eyes in 1960s suburbia – here we speak to actor turned writer and director Paul Dano about Wildlife.
On this week’s archive edition our focus turns once again to the cinema as we relisten to an honest and engaging conversation with director Lynne Ramsay.
From the Archive: Reverberations (Reich, Dessner, Pallet, Braxton, Richter, Haushka, Jóhannsson, Harrington)
At a time when musical genres were in flux and people were hungry for something new, the Barbican celebrated Steve Reich with a marathon weekend of music entitled Reverberations.
On this week’s archive edition we return to 2013 and director Clio Barnard's reimagining of Oscar Wilde’s famous fairy tale – The Selfish Giant.
In this archive episode we return to an interview with actor and director Desiree Akhavan, speaking to her in detail about her film The Miseducation of Cameron Post.
On this edition we journey into the cinematic storytelling of filmmaker Sebastián Lelio with the bold and beautiful Oscar nominated A Fantastic Woman and its follow up Disobedience, a powerful drama about faith and love.
In this special podcast collaboration, The Log Books' Tash and Adam take a closer look at some of the objects in our Out and About exhibition, and what they tell us about LGBT+ life in London over the past 40 years - and today.
On this week’s archive edition we travel to the beautiful Sicilian island of Lampedusa where everything is not quite as it seems in the powerful 2016 documentary, Fire at Sea.