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Bauhaus and Me #6: The Aftermath

Bauhaus and Me #6: The Aftermath

Those who were staff and students in the Bauhaus are known as ‘Bauhäusler’. The last leader of the crew was Mies Van der Rohe, appointed in 1930. Mies remained in Germany until civil architectural work dried up as the economy shifted onto a war footing, leaving in...
Ringing Remembers One Year On

Ringing Remembers One Year On

A year on from first attending a ringing practice. Time passes, and milestones drift by. I was one of the 3,000+ people recruited to take part in the global Remembrance ring for the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War in which over 1,400 ringers...
Hotel Review: Kasbah Angour

Hotel Review: Kasbah Angour

Place: Kasbah Angour, Tahanaout, Nr. Marrakech, Morocco Type: 4-star Hotel Operator: Owner and Creator Paul Foulsham Web: www.Kasbahangour.com Date of Visit: March 2019 A man with a dream – no, a Yorkshireman with a dream. A geologist working for oil companies buys a...
Bauhaus and Me #4

Bauhaus and Me #4

Death of a Dream In looking back at how the Bauhaus influenced and guided my own artistic, design and teaching practice I have come to realise that in the UK the art colleges are dying. The students are as bright and clever as ever, but the system is inimical to the...