We need to stop disposable face masks becoming our next ecological disaster
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The internet belongs to mxmtoon
Three years ago, nobody knew who mxmtoon was. Now the musician is leading the charge for online gen Z curiosity with her own mini entertainment empire.
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Billie Eilish wants you to stop partying during a literal global pandemic
She's right and she should say it. 👀
Designer Sabrina Olivera pays tribute to Mexico's revolutionary women soldiers
The first collection for her label, 'Soldaderas', raises funds for domestic violence survivors in her home country.
The exhibition channelling our nostalgia for nights out
‘The Time We Call Our Own’ celebrates the communities, cultures and creativity that make nightlife so special.
Yep, London Fashion Week is still happening
The fashion industry to Boris’ ambiguous new rules: 凸(¬‿¬)
Why art schools must become less corporate and more radical again
With no access to studios, vital resources or physical degree shows, this year's graduates are frustrated. But, pandemic aside, many believe the problems art students are facing have been mounting for years.
Glasto is still on course to return next summer
Rumours of the festival’s death are (apparently) greatly exaggerated.
The pandemic is impacting creatives worldwide and Nigeria is no exception
As the country’s cultural landscape rapidly changes in the wake of Covid-19, its government is failing to support independent creatives.
Julie Blackmon's surreal photos capture daily life in American suburbs
The photographer’s latest exhibition 'Fever Dreams' explores the artful chaos in the everyday.
7 high school students on going back to class during the pandemic
"For me and many of my classmates, choosing to go back to school isn’t just about us, it's about the people we love most who don’t have the privilege to make this choice."
Organisers of illegal rona raves could be fined £10,000 under new rules
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