Do You Want To Play A Game?
If you use social media of any kind or email then you have probably seen, at some point, a message or a post come in from a friend that's just a little bit weird. It might be a lone link to a website you don't recognise, a plea for help because your friend is trapped in a foreign country and they need money to escape or some other foolishness that most of us recognise as being spam.
Published on February 23, 2016 12:23 PM
Culture craves contact. We are in an age where we feel in constant connection with everyone, tapping into each other's lives through instant messaging and social media. It seems that the concept of doing things on your own, without external validation has become an alien concept.
Published on June 1, 2015 11:17 AM
There's an old adage, "numbers don't lie". The only problem with that adage is most of the time it's not true because numbers can be bent to say pretty much anything you want them to say. Statistics are especially problematic for the simple reason that if somebody claims they have 50% of something an inquisitive person is probably going to ask; "50% of what?"
Published on April 30, 2015 12:03 PM
It's a false assumption that the more you pay somebody the more they are worth. all you're really getting is a diminishing return on an increased investment and the arts needs to pay people using a smarter metric
Published on March 9, 2015 11:37 PM
Stopgap Dance Company - In Rehearsal
In a few weeks Article19 will publish the first in a series of extensive feature pieces about professional dancers and dance students in the UK. One of our features concerns Stopgap company dancer Chris Pavia. As we prepare these new...