The Blueprint is The Oxford Blue’s brand-new arts publication. Following in the footsteps of Creativity in Crisis, it showcases creative work in a range of artistic media, providing a space to share thoughts, stories and personal experiences. Issue No. 4—Multicultural Identity I am a citizen of the world. Sylvia Beach In today’s age of globalisation, Read More…
This week, the world was noticeably confused on how to react when a woman in China was awarded $7,700 USD for five years of housework as part of a divorce settlement. Many were ecstatic to see the first case that recognised housework as labour and set a monetary value on it. Many more, however, failed Read More…
One week on from inauguration day, Carol Jones reviews how music can impact voters view on a political party.
Carol Jones examines the recent controversy over musicians ability to tour Europe post Brexit.
Cleo Murphy-Hogg and Carol Jones explore how an album, a concert and a very noisy protest helped define the music of 2020.
Carol Jones discusses art, sport and the politics of geographical divisions.
Carol Jones rotes about the lockdown protests in Manchester.
If you streamed music online during the lockdown, you’re not alone. But how much money do you think that music was worth?
Carol Jones discusses the implications of Cineworld closing down and looks at the future of cinema in general.
In an ITV interview this week, Rishi Sunak suggested that musicians were ‘unviable’ and that they should start should looking for other jobs. Carol Jones on the danger of this assumption.