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Art & CultureCOVID-19LifestyleSocial Issues

Arrivals at The Station: food, essentials, gifts and more

(2 mins) In his latest monochrome photo article, Sean Organ meets the inspiring landlord of a pub in Birmingham, England. The Station Pub has become the heart of a new community project that offers food and essentials to those in need through the UK lockdowns.

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Painting the soul

(9 minute read)
Carolyn Morrison goes behind the canvas to discover the profound meaning in some of the world’s best-known paintings.

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Drowning in a digital sea …

(6 minute read)
Is the increased presence of digital technology in our lives killing or enhancing our creativity? asks Tascha Von Uexkull.

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Life lessons from Roman splendour

(6 minute read)
The fading glory of an Italian church teaches Adam Brocklehurst about suffering and compassion.

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Art & CultureCOVID-19LifestyleSocial Issues

Half a kilo of hope and a bag of resilience please …

(3 mins) In this photo article, Sean Organ uses beautiful, monochrome images to take the reader on a tour of an award winning market set up by a group of volunteers near Birmingham, England.

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Unlocking the arts after lockdown

(5 minute read)
Tascha Von Uexkull argues that the arts and culture should be more valued and funded if we are to feed a world of starving spirits. This is her first prize-winning article in our Adamah Media Young Writers’ Competition.

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Edinburgh’s healing beauty

(8 minute read)
Adam Brocklehurst recalls a moment of consolation in the galleries of Scotland’s capital.

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Draw, doodle or dance: well or badly doesn’t really matter

(3 minute read)
Being happy to fail in our creative endeavours is an essential way to draw out the ‘artist child’ deep inside us all, Nicole Law discovered.

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Dallying shepherds and muscular Christs: the Pre-Raphaelites as mental wellbeing

(6 minute read)
Adam Brocklehurst believes art can still offer us inspiration in our lockdown state.

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Grimy glory: lessons in beauty from sewage-plants and run-down buildings

(7 minute read)
Self-confessed commoner Adam Brocklehurst explains how the aristocratic Lucinda Lambton has helped him see the world around him with new eyes.

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