Jamie Shovlin: Widows and Orphans (Chapter 5)

Power is a driving force in Widows and Orphans: Chapter 5. Associations at all levels of society gave individuals more power than acting alone, from the guilds of the working man through to the organisation of monarchy and finally the beginnings of parliament. From multiple versions and revisions of the school textbook A History of the … Continue reading Jamie Shovlin: Widows and Orphans (Chapter 5)

Jamie Shovlin: Widows and Orphans (Chapter 1)

  Widows and Orphans: Chapter 1 by artist Jamie Shovlin is an introduction to the history of the modern world, the birth of ancient civilisations and their relationship to land and time.   From multiple versions and revisions of the school textbook A History of the Modern World, Jamie took the underlinings and highlightings from … Continue reading Jamie Shovlin: Widows and Orphans (Chapter 1)

Top tips for delivering a memorable TED talk

If you are planning on applying to TEDxYouth@BrayfordPool on 4 November 2017, here are three handy pieces of content to help you shape your presentation: 1. 2 minute read article Be clear, compelling and yourself; 7 steps to a great presentation: https://www.fastcompany.com/3022070/the-7-steps-to-delivering-a-mind-blowing-ted-talk 2. 8 minute watch video Chris Anderson, TED curator, gives his insight into … Continue reading Top tips for delivering a memorable TED talk

Alice Skinner: Cartoonist in residence

Alice is an illustrator and visual artist from London. As an intersectional feminist she aims to bring about political change through social commentary and a sense of humour. She works heavily with text and hand drawn typography, tackling issues of injustice and oppression through bright colour palettes juxtaposed against the often serious and dark subject … Continue reading Alice Skinner: Cartoonist in residence