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Gabriella White MCIJ, Tokyo

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Turning stigma into a source of inspiration

Exclusive report by Gabriella White   ENGLAND’s first ever film festival for mental health took place this summer on 15th June 2011 in South Shields in Tyne and Wear. MP for the region David...

31 August 2011 | 0 Comments

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s art. And a rabbit.

This feature is also available at the Karen 19 Gallery in Sydney, Australia http://www.19karen.com.au/blog/?p=99  Bangor-based artist Lee Boyd in County Down, Ireland is no ordinary artist. Energetic,...

16 August 2011 | 1 Comment

Thought of the Day – Happiness!

  Be happy and free – dance around street lanterns barefooted if you want to!   © The Culture Cave 2011. All rights reserved
14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

Not Just a Wallflower

I’m so proud to be a part of this! Check out Wallflower by one of England’s finest sculptresses CJ Munn from Masters and Munn in Kent. The piece is a snatch at £750. Wallflower  Gypsum, acrylic, cow’s...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

Stolen artwork at last weekend’s Glastonbury was worth £2000

Published during this year’s Glastonbury Festival news 3rd July 2011  Somerset’s finest art photographer Barry Cawston valued his 20ft panoramic photograph at a minimum value of £2000, the Culture Corner has just...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

20ft Art Work Stolen at this Year’s Glastonbury Festival

Published during this year’s Glastonbury Festival news 30th June 2011  Fine art photographer Barry Cawston’s art work, showcasing in the Dance Field about the celebration of crowds living the Glastonbury experience has...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

Summer Solstice and 125 years of Wimbledon

Gabriella White Reporting from Henman Hill at SW19 Arriving at Springfields tube stop, that notorious hot London underground air blew my hair up to the tip of carriage roof as I debarked and headed...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

The Man Behind the Scenes: Meeting John Banville

Speaking at York University, I had the privilege of chatting to Booker-prize winning novelist John Banville at York’s Festival of Ideas 2011. The Irish novelist and screenwriter, decidedly Ireland’s cream of the crop...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

The Art of Glastonbury Today

As featured  in England’s West Country Life magazine and the Western Daily Press. To view this article in the UK’s printed press click here: Glasto with Gabriella As Glastonbury 2011 celebrates 41 years of good times, great...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

Art to a T(ea) !

I woke up this morning to a package from Bath; I opened it to discover a signed teatowel of 81 artist self-portraits, courtesy of David Cobley who I featured recently in “David Cobley: disovering the man...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

The Tibetan Cowboy

As featured  in England’s West Country Life magazine and the Western Daily Press… Award-winning travel photographer Barry Cawston from Axbridge in Somerset presented his star photographic fine art piece Tibetan Cowboy on BBC2’s recent debut Show Me The Monet, a show produced...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

What are you reading?

With the decline of print media in today’s rapidly accelerating digital age, this photograph caught my eye as a statement of the world today, whether you choose to call it traditional, progressive or simply educational. It’s all...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

NEPAL – A Picture Speaks a Thousand Words

Matt Eagles from Macclesfield in Cheshire sent two photographs to the Culture Corner in response to “A Picture Speaks a Thousand Words.” I have to say I love the composition of both shots...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

All By Myself: Discovering the Real David Cobley Behind the Portraits

As featured in England’s West Country Life Magazine and the Western Daily Press… David Cobley Western Daily Thursday newsflash  All By Myself – David Cobley – West Country Life –...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments


Hampstead-based-artist Ronnie Shahmoon was the first to feature on BBC2’s series Show Me The Monet: the BBC’s answer to Dragon’s Den but for artists. Hosted by BBC presenter Chris Hollins and judged by three of the world’s toughest art critics, the show has...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

How Do You Do, Brother Crow?

English Country-Folk Concert Review I wanted to share with my readers a touch of English Country-Folk music from Weardale in Northern England, just an hour south of Scotland and officially anArea Of Outstanding Natural Beauty http://www.aonb.org.uk/. It...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments

From one Canvas to Another

Published as part of the BBC’s Show Me The Monet series on BBC 2 Between 4 and 5 million people in Britain alone immerse themselves in some kind of art, such as photography, painting and sculpture,...

14 August 2011 | 0 Comments
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