The fresh damage to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art, an architectural jewel, has left alumni filled with grief and anger.
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Curators across Europe are increasingly trying “rapid response collecting” to obtain items used in major events just after they happen.
The Royal Academy in London turned down a work by “Bryan S. Gaakman” for an exhibition, then asked Banksy — who had made it — if he had a submission.
The actor and aspiring singer, who also appeared on “Arrested Development” and “Modern Family,” was found at a sober-living facility in California.
Marine Le Pen is among the backers of a campaign to prevent the musician Médine from appearing at the venue, the site of a terrorist attack in 2015.
Mr. Longhurst will take up the post in March 2019. He replaces Josie Rourke, who was the first woman to run a major London theater.
A rewrite suggestion from an official in the country’s Family Ministry has drawn a backlash. But other countries have carried through with similar changes.
The prevalence of mental illness in the music industry is higher than among the population as a whole, surveys show. In Britain, a new help line seeks to provide support.
As A.I. applications become more sophisticated, the music that companies like Jukedeck produce has started wading into the commercial domain of actual musicians.
Following the deadly attacks in 2015, the French government is seeking to turn the national anthem, often associated with the political right, into a symbol of unity.