Monthly Archives: November 2013

Tea-Making Obligato

A couple of years ago I went with my boyfriend to Newbury in order to visit the chapel at Burghclere, where Stanley Spencer’s war paintings normally reside. It was a sultry, late summer’s day, and we got ridiculously lost, wandering … Continue reading

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The Life Room: Women Looking at Men

The Male Nude @ The Wallace Collection ‘Men act and women appear,’ wrote John Berger, but what if a (purely conicidentally) women-only group of writers got to spend the morning looking at naked men?  Here’s the prompts. Check out the ‘Where’s … Continue reading

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Down, Down, Deeper and Down

Week 1 of Autumn 2013 – and we *dug* DIG Our latest batch of WTC  days – hurrah! – and in the nick of time to catch Artangel’s installation in what was once a 2,500 seater Odeon, was then a … Continue reading

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