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Floral painting by Cuban artist Tomas Esson
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Cuban Art IV: The Cuban Renaissance

This lecture will look at the period directly after the quinquenio gris and the way in which economic stability gave way to a Cuban artistic renaissance from the late 1970s until 1989.

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the art of purification - sei
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Japanese Calligraphy: The Art of Purification

Each event we will centre around a new symbol: we will learn its meaning, discuss a poem about it, meditate and experience the power of the concept through a calligraphy practice. During the short meditation you will be invited to a moment of alignment between your body and soul, to find a channel through which you can listen to your inner voice. This approach helps to concentrate and sense the power of now. This time we will focus on character SEI and explore The art of Purification.

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Photo of Shanghai at night
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Made in China: How Culture Fosters Innovation Process?

How do cultural differences impact the way innovation is encouraged and managed? Which cultural dimensions play a more significant role in the relationship between innovation and growth? In particular, what about China? How has China managed its innovation and what are the characteristics of the Chinese innovation management?

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Mirror on reality … Marilyn Diptych, 1962, by Andy Warhol
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Freedom of Expression: Art vs Mass Media

At a time when photographs, captions and reference images in the news could no longer be trusted, artists create relevant works that rose a mirror to society and led audiences to challenge the 'information' provided by the media.

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Multiculturalism vs interculturalism
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Multiculturalism for the Past and Interculturalism for the Future

Join us to understand the history of British multiculturalism.  What did the term mean, how has it changed over time and is utilised now. Learn how interculturalism differs and could offer a more sustainable way forward when we consider better representation engagement and understanding of difference in the arts sector. 

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Multiculturalism vs interculturalism
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The Transition From Multicultural to Intercultural Society

In order to explain the changing conditions in today's society, two different but complementary terms were created: multiculturalism and interculturalism. In this blog post, we will dig into the differences between multiculturalism and interculturalism, and how they have both affected the world of art.

Wayne Thiebaud cakes
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A Bitesize History of Food Art

From the lavishing Roman feasts to Instagram photos of today, depictions of food have always captivated the human imagination. The fascination led to the creation of food art, a special genre of art that features food, drinks, and other edibles as the main theme or the medium for the artwork.

Contemporary African Art
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Contemporary African Art

Contemporary African art is still highly underrepresented and misunderstood in the Western world. Drawing inspiration from traditional African artistic practices, contemporary African art is transformed by globalization. The mixture of traditional and contemporary elements remains one of the main characteristics of an art genre that is (despite many attempts) impossible to categorize.

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