A former Victorian chapel has been transformed into a space celebrating the work and life of Oscar Wilde and LGBTQ+ martyrs.
Blackhorse Lane Atelier is the first in our new Makers and Manufacturers London series with photographer Carmel King.
As we approach her centenary we take a closer look at Orkney's most unique film maker and poet, Margaret Tait.
Wilma explores Inis Meáin: home to an elemental and unforgettable travel experience.
We take a closer look at five artists within the Subversive Stitch group show at TJ Boulting.
100% Women, Richard Saltoun
Heritage Crafts Conference, London
Sheila Heti on Bonnard
Motherhood, Sheila Heti
Refettorio Felix is a zero-waste community kitchen for vulnerable people in London. It's approach to design, people and community disrupts the rules of what a social enterprise can be.
Derek Jarman assumed many personas in his lifetime but lesser known and equally fascinating are his personal diaries. We focus on our favourite, Modern Nature.
Wilma in conversation with artist, Lola Lely on the subtleties of craft and the power of staying open to change.
Wilma asks its favourite makers to distil December to their essentials. First up is conceptual artist, Richard McVetis.