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The writing’s on the wall for Kabul’s street art scene

Amy Kazmin, Financial Times – 9 September 2021 Upon taking over the city, the Taliban decimated Kabul’s colourful street art which, for many, had provided a cheerful sign of hope during troubled times. In this article on the FT, Amy Kazmin looks at the outlook for arts and culture within the country under Taliban rule.…

Vegan fashion brands in Asia you should follow on Instagram

Ipsita Kabiraj, Prestige – 15 February 2021 Sustainability is the new trend, with fashion-forward thinkers looking to incorporate their ethics into their style. This article in Prestige highlights the key vegan Asian brands to follow on Instagram that are looking to interrupt the chain of fast, cruel and wasteful fashion. Read the full article here.

Singapore Art Week 2021: 5 Digital Highlights

Hashirin Nurin Hashimi, Tatler Singapore – 22 January 2021 The pandemic has caused industries to adapt to an unprecedented environment, with home-working, digitalisation and new technologies becoming the norm of day-to-day life. This is no different for the arts industry, with Singapore Art Week 2021 adopting this new means of reality to present this year’s…

The original Edinburgh Festival

This year’s actual Festival was cancelled due to coronavirus, but the organisers commissioned a number of digital works from Scottish companies and performers. They include: a personal love letter to Scottish theatre from the National Theatre of Scotland, directed by award-winning film-maker Hope Dickson Leach; Scottish Opera’s modern-day interpretation of Gian Carlo Menotti’s The Telephone,…