Arts

Living Your Dark Academic Dreams at RHUL

Simran gives some book recommendations for dark academics.

Diversity in the Indian film industry

Thom explores the lack of diversity in Indian film.

The hidden POC composers of the classical world

Clarissa sheds some light on notable POC composers.

Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy Years

Niamh reviews Grayson Perry’s exhibition at Holbourne Museum.

Artist of the Month: Shreya Jayanna

Our October artist of the month is the talented Shreya Jayanna.

The Most Diverse Booker Prize Shortlist in History

Reena talks through the 2020 Booker Prize shortlist.

Review: On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong

Jack reviews On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous.

The BFI leads the way with an online experience at the 2020 London Film Festival

Harry Mear discusses the 2020 BFI London Film Festival’s online experience.

This month’s album review: Limbo – Aminé – 7/10

Rupert Gibson brings us his album review of the month, looking at Aminé’s Limbo.

An Introduction to Music at Royal Holloway

Clarissa Philpott introduces us to the music opportunities at our university.

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