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Accompanying 1-54, the leading international art fair dedicated to contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora, is 1-54 Forum, the fair's programme of discussion, performance, readings and other interventions that platforms creatives from the continent as well as its global diaspora.
Marie Neurath: Picturing Science
A virtual version of our exhibition about Marie Neurath's mid-century children's science books.
Take Us There
Single Shoe Productions invites you on a journey of the imagination as we recreate the places we miss using household objects. Every week we will feature a new guest creation on our newest episode of #TakeUsThere and we want you to join us in our travels by making your own creations. More info https://www.singleshoeproductions.com/takeusthere
colors.lol - Overly descriptive color palettes
A fun way to discover interesting color combinations.
Strip! How Football Got Shirty
A major exhibition of football shirts has made its full debut online. Strip! How Football Got Shirty, opened at the National Football Museum in November and has been a huge hit with visitors. With the museum closed during the coronavirus crisis, curators have now transferred highlights from the physical exhibition to the internet. Visitors can enjoy in-depth analysis, opinion, and discussion by the exhibition curators and shirt industry insiders into what makes certain shirts so special.
Design a wig
In the late 18th century, women’s hair styles went crazy! Create and share your own hair-raising design.
Consider Mode your portable fashion guide. Bring National Museum's wardrobe to life, explore 30 objects from the world of fashion, each with their own fascinating story to tell.
Famous for popularising super-high hemlines, self-taught designer Mary Quant launched a 'youth quake' on the British high street, forging a dynamic, new identity for young women with her playful mass-market designs. Inventive, opinionated and commercially minded, she established the first lifestyle brand and became an icon of the swinging sixties scene.