Covid-19 and arts and culture
News | By Sylvie Fourcin | 24 Nov 2020
In March this year, Artlink West Yorkshire - the arts and health charity in Leeds where I work - had to close its offices and stop all delivery activity for the...
News | By Ruth Oshikanlu | 7 Oct 2020
Media coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic has repeatedly confirmed the disproportionate representation in both exposure to and death from Covid-19 among Black, Asian and...
Churchill Fellow Sylvie Fourcin has organised art workshops for pensioners in Leeds (above) Churchill Fellows are taking action against Covid-19 in a multitude of cruci...
News | By Terence Stevens | 3 Sep 2020 |
International tourism has plummeted from being the world’s largest economic sector and employer to being the worst hit part of the global economy.
News | By Clare Hunter | 1 Jun 2020 |
One of the unforeseen consequences of the lockdown has been a revival of home crafts: people becoming more creative in their search for meaningful ways to occupy work...
News | By Raj Patel | 19 May 2020 |
Nature campaigner Raj Patel (CF 2017) finds new ways to reconnect with nature during lockdown.
News | By Brian Dougherty | 11 May 2020 |
Cultural groups across Northern Ireland have come together to pay tribute to frontline workers in a series of online musical performances. Churchill Fellow Brian...