Finding your creative space with meaning.
The number of students achieving GCSEs in technical and creative subjects along with religious education has declined yet again.
When the Beetle was first introduced, Americans had never seen anything like it. Among art car enthusiasts, it became the ideal canvas for self-expression.
While the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing is an opportunity to celebrate a remarkable technological achievement, it's worth reflecting upon the creative vision that made it possible.
Standing out among the crowd of recent artist biopics, the new film Never Look Away peels back some unhelpful tropes that have blinkered our understanding of the artist's process.
Che Guevara's image has been used for everything from fashion shows to revolutionary posters. But his image still means something and represents change and resistance by everyday people. Why?
Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is the world's most visited artwork. Its appeal rests partly on several mysteries.
As the Port Talbot Banksy is moved to a new street art museum, the very reason it was created is being ignored.
What do earthquakes, wealthy Italian families and your circulatory system have in common? Scientists use fractals, self-similarity and power laws to translate from local to global scales.
The annual announcement of the Archibald Prize is one of Sydney’s great spectacles. This year's winning portrait depicts one of Australia's leading artists, Lindy Lee.
Perhaps as a reflection of the current state of national affairs, this year's Archibald Prize exhibition is a politician-free zone.
Violence against LGBTQ people in Brazil is at an all-time high, but artists refuse to be intimidated.
Engineer, artist, mathematician, thinker: Leonardo da Vinci was all these and more.
A lot has been said about Leonardo and music, much of it speculation. But what do we know for sure?
Prada and Louis Vuitton are just two major brand names to make a big play in the art world. But if you are looking for innovation you may be disappointed.
As Leonardo da Vinci found centuries ago, scholars of art, design, engineering and science can work together for mutual benefit.
Leonardo's obsession with water flowed through his technical work, his art and his scientific ideas.
Leonardo's professional life reveals his genius for creating technologies of destruction.
Leonardo's interest in the human form and replicating human bodily movement foreshadow ideas present in modern robotics.
Those in charge of urban spaces would like the public to believe that town and city environments have a predetermined function: participatory art challenges this view.