Art

The Hollywood Glasgow Double Bill: Grant McPhee

A: The Curious Case of Glasgow City Council and the Missing Hollywood Millions. B: Supporting Feature: The Damaged Local Businesses and The Mysterious Lack of Glasgow Film Crews. BBC News Headline, 26 January – ‘Film and TV Productions generate £42m for Glasgow’ Question: Where did those millions

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Get Back Part 1 Review – Grant McPhee

As a simple example of their huge longevity, it’s likely there are today now more Beatles fans who were born after their 1970 split than there were during the band’s own existence. Like me, most of those new fans have not been able to experience the thrill

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INTO ART: Unknown Man by Ken Currie

A collaborative essay written by Loretta Mulholland and Ian Hume on Ken Currie’s portrait of forensic anthropologist, Dame Sue Black. We talked of this process of combining our thoughts many times, overglasses of wine and packets of crisps in the Phoenix Bar in those Dundee days before

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The Velvet Underground Myth? – Grant McPhee

One of the most repeated rock myths is that The Velvet Underground only sold a miniscule amount of records during their brief existence and that it took until many years later for them to find their rightful place in the music history books after being discovered by

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Today In Detroit – Tam Dean Burn

Forgotten Books, the World’s Forgotten Boy, her Best Loved Poet and my Pipe Dreams Did you know that there are more statues of Robert Burns around the world than any other artist ever? In fact there’s only ever been more statues of Christopher Colombus and Queen Victoria

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INTO ART: Peter Thomson with Ken Currie

This interview mark the first of a series of articles from prominent Scottish artist, Peter Thomson, who, we are delighted to announce, will now be curating our ‘Into Art‘ focus. And what a start! Peter caught up with world famous artist, Ken Currie to chat about his

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Into Creative: What’s that all about, then?

Into Creative gives creatives a platform, from established artists to those emerging or still under the radar for most people. Into Creative also produces its own content with new, exciting projects in development, which will come to fruition in 2021. Our website offers reviews and interviews and

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Help The Hug & Pint survive the Corona Crisis

The Hug and Pint is a cracking little venue on Great Western Road in Glasgow.  I used to play football with Brian Reynolds who co-owns the venue, so I know that The Hug genuinely exists out of love for music and (award winning) vegan food. A cool

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