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Can Yang talks us through her practice of “Neobridging” ahead of her RCA grad show

Throughout her master’s at the Royal College of Art, Can has been exploring materiality in art in the digital age.

How and why Kate Prior turned to cheffing over lockdown

The London-based illustrator told us all about a significant side project that kept her busy during the first lockdown last year.

#BlackDesignVisionaries is a $130,000 grant program for emerging Black designers and small design businesses

Launched in partnership with Brooklyn Museum and Instagram’s @design account, the grant announces a call for entries to US designers, open until 16 July with the shortlist announced in autumn.

Glasgow Print Fair returns digitally with works from 25 creatives including Risotto Studio and Supermudane

Launching online tomorrow and themed on travel, visitors will be able to purchase prints from a range of artists including Tess Smith-Roberts, Thomas Hedger and DR.ME.

Tate Modern to host a major exhibition on the medium merging works of Sophie Taeuber-Arp

The first major UK exhibition of the artist’s work will feature over 200 objects, collated from collections across the world.

As the art world learns from the pandemic, tech brands can help pave the way forward

The pandemic has forced the arts to fundamentally rethink many of its ways. Brands can help, but it’ll mean greater trust and more open collaboration.

“It is a war of attrition”: Calvin Chow photographs Jakarta’s struggle to keep itself above water

A giant sea wall may be a short-term fix for an advancing wall of water but, as Calvin Chow shows us in his ongoing series, stopping it will require bigger thinking.

Jobs of the week from Anyways Creative, M&S and Two Times Elliott!

Our weekly round-up of jobs posted on our sister site If You Could Jobs.

Jessica Chou on capturing the subtle moments within contemporary American culture

Photographer Jessica Chou tells us how the “same but different” experience of her youth informs her candid documentary and portraiture work today.

An insight into one of the most extraordinary places on earth, Amazônia highlights the rainforest’s degradation

The São Paolo-based photographer Tommaso Protti offers a glimpse into the geological vastness of the world’s largest rainforest and the issues that threaten its essential biodiversity.

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