We asked the Aberdeen Being Human festival hub to answer some questions about its ‘Bringing the arts and humanities to life’ series, which explores the overlapping histories and cultures of the city – from Vikings and medieval Aberdonians to Romanian artists and Polish migrants. Can you tell us about your programming? We are very excited about our diverse and […]
Between 24-29 June, festival curator Dr Michael Eades spent six days at Glastonbury Festival – supervising an installation created for the School of Advanced Study’s 2013 Bloomsbury Festival. Six days of enduring mud, crowds, and lightning storms offered the perfect opportunity to reflect upon festivals, public engagement, and what it means to ‘be human’.