6:52 pm July 30, 2015 | No Comment
Grand illusions, mind readings and death-defying escapology come to London this summer in a magic show billed as "the biggest in decades" in the British capital.
6:34 pm July 30, 2015 | No Comment
Beirut. Young people from two warring districts in the Lebanese city of Tripoli are taking to the stage in a comedy inspired by their own lives, trying to turn their backs on old rivalries inflamed by Syria's civil war.
2:29 pm July 29, 2015 | No Comment
A new book by much-loved children's author Dr. Seuss hit stores on Tuesday, 24 years after his death.
10:05 am July 28, 2015 | No Comment
Furniture designer Eva Natasa believes in slow design, which is why she spent 11 months living in her house sans furniture before she comes up with ideas.
5:48 pm July 26, 2015 | No Comment
Poetry is the latest crowd draw at Britain’s music festivals, once havens of rebellious rock but now as settled in the nation’s summer calendar as Wimbledon and Royal Ascot horse racing.
1:48 pm July 26, 2015 | No Comment
“Between the Lines” is an exhibition by Dutch artist Noella Roos currently on display at Cemara 6 gallery in Menteng, Jakarta. The artist considers there are an expression of sensuality and emotions in between shapes and lines, which brings impressions of life and spirituality in the work.
1:38 pm July 26, 2015 | No Comment
From his classic 1967 Los Angeles pool scene “A Bigger Splash” to his interpretations of Yorkshire forests, British artist David Hockney has always injected the world around him with a vibrant palette, most recently in a study of perspectives.
1:12 pm July 26, 2015 | No Comment
Bayreuth, Germany. The opening-night audience on Saturday for the Bayreuth Festival was ready for anything in a new production of Richard Wagner’s “Tristan und Isolde” directed by his great grand-daughter Katharina Wagner, known to make radical changes in his works.
1:04 pm July 26, 2015 | No Comment
A renovated Richard Wagner Museum opening in Bayreuth this weekend to coincide with the Bavarian city's annual Wagner opera festival puts the composer's anti-Semitism and his family's later ties to Adolf Hitler centre stage for the first time.
11:04 pm July 23, 2015 | 12 Comments
London. Fragments of a Koran manuscript found in a British university library are from one of the world’s oldest surviving copies of the Islamic text, and may even have been written by someone who knew Prophet Mohammad, researchers said on Wednesday. Radiocarbon dating indicated that the parchment folios held by the University of Birmingham in central […]
7:55 pm July 22, 2015 | No Comment
Israeli archaeologists said on Monday they had discerned biblical writing on a charred 1,500-year-old parchment with the help of digital imaging and described the text as the oldest found since the Dead Sea Scrolls.
4:56 pm July 22, 2015 | No Comment
Chinese dissident artist and free speech advocate Ai Weiwei said that authorities in Beijing returned his passport on Wednesday, more than four years after it was confiscated following his 81-day secret detention.
11:14 am July 22, 2015 | No Comment
By offering flexibility in various media like videos, slides, infographics and posters, graphic recording is slowly gathering interest in Indonesia.
10:51 am July 22, 2015 | No Comment
A vibrant festival called "Discover Indonesia“ will be held in three cities throughout the United Kingdom: London, Glasgow and Cardiff.
10:47 am July 22, 2015 | No Comment
“Bare Journal” Liar exhibition at Cata Odata Art Space in Ubud , Bali, showcases the results of the one-month residency program, which includes not only sketches, paintings, sculptures and installations, but also the diaries of the two self-taught artists and one accompanying art writer. 
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