Let’s Meet: Fabio Tedde – The Pianist Without Borders

It’s not very often it happens, but when it does – I stick to my intuition…

When I met Sardinian-born Italian pianist Fabio Tedde earlier this week at a bloggers event in central London, after sharing with what he does for a living and the fact that he’s played over 750 street pianos across the world (including Africa, American and Europe) – I knew there was something special about him! Continue reading

#LinkLove: why DIY SEO is EXACTLY what my startup needs

This afternoon I got feed a wealth of information which hours later, I’m still try to digest.

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Injera: low-fat, low sodium, gluten-free.. and tasty!

You know that feeling when you first try a new dish you’re unfamiliar with (like injera from Ethiopia and Eritrea)… It looks good enough to eat, in fact you might even know it’s healthy for you. Yet you’re just not sure if it’ll please your taste buds. So you pick at it with caution, and before you know it – you’ve gobbled up the whole thing! Continue reading

UAL Careers and Enterprise Diversity outreach

Still, not enough Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students are applying for funds and opportunities available to them at University of the Arts London. This is reflected the attainment gap, and lack work prospects recent graduated of BAME students face, in comparison to their white peers. UAL Careers and Employability is working towards reaching more BAME student audiences so spread the word, share and… apply! Continue reading

Let’s do Lunch: Istanbul Biennial director Bige Örer shares tips on making contacts in the art scene

The 14th edition of the Istanbul Biennial ‘Saltwater: A Theory of Thought Forms’ drafted by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev and alliances, offers more than 1,500 selected works by over 80 participants from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and North America. Istanbul Biennial has engaged both local and international visitors since its opening week from the 5th September 2015. Continue reading

An invite from Sara Shamsavari to the Veil series Exhibition preview at Library 2nd Nov

Sara Shamsavari’s LONDON VEIL\PARIS VEIL\NYC VEIL series, which first premiered at Southbank Centre’s WOW – Women of the World Festival, has gone onto receiving international acclaim. The Veil series highlights young muslim women in major urban cities by documenting and celebrating the expression of their individual identities through their vibrant hijab styles. Continue reading