Tag Archives: The Guardian

Fifty shades of white: the long fight against racism in romance novels

For decades, the world of romantic fiction has been divided by a heated debate about racism and diversity. Is there any hope of a happy ending? By Lois Beckett Thu 4 Apr 2019 06.00 BST | Last modified on Thu 4 Apr 2019 … Continue reading

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Fashion designer reviving indigenous languages one garment at a time

Brandi Morin is contributing to Canada’s ‘indigenous renaissance’ and helping to fight the decline of the Cree and Mohawk languages Leyland Cecco in Toronto | Tue 2 Apr 2019 11.56 BST First published on Tue 2 Apr 2019 10.00 BST Like many indigenous … Continue reading

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Musicians like me need to fight against the giants of YouTube and Google

A new EU copyright directive would fix a fundamental flaw and protect artists from being ripped off Debbie Harry Fri 22 Mar 2019 10.53 GMT Last modified on Fri 22 Mar 2019 18.15 GMT In 2016, I joined a campaign with the … Continue reading

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How to move a masterpiece: the secret business of shipping priceless artworks

What happens when a forklift goes through your Picasso? By Andrew Dickson Thu 21 Mar 2019 06.00 GMT Last modified on Fri 22 Mar 2019 09.50 GMT Early one morning last summer, I stood inside a museum in Antwerp and watched as … Continue reading

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Rijksmuseum laments Dutch failure to return stolen colonial art

Amsterdam gallery in talks with Sri Lanka and Indonesia about returning artefacts Daniel Boffey in Brussels |Wed 13 Mar 2019 13.22 GMT | The Guardian One of the Netherlands’ most venerated institutions, the Rijksmuseum, has described the country’s failure to return … Continue reading

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Windows of wonder: cutouts and light brighten Glasgow night

The Window Wanderland festival sees people turn their neighbourhoods into colourful night-time playgrounds by Peter Ross with photographs by Katherine Anne Rose Window Wanderland is a festival of lights that sees people transform their neighbourhood into a colourful playground using … Continue reading

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Walks of art: six of the best trails in the UK

Kevin Rushby | Sat 16 Feb 2019 07.00 GMT These trails take in everything from street art in Birmingham to Henry Moores in West Yorkshire – where our man and his dog find the natural attractions as alluring as the manmade ones … Continue reading

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