The Tweed Project strives to maintain timeless Irish textile traditions, reinvented for today.
The rich landscape on Ireland’s west coast has long provided the raw material and inspiration behind the region’s most distinctive export.
Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett doesn’t shy away from difficult subjects and has channelled topics close to her heart in her debut novel.
The Dinner Guest is a gutsy and imaginative exploration of mortality and silence, longlisted for the International Man Booker Prize.
Surface Work across Victoria Miro's London sites brings together a stellar, cross-generational exhibition of great women artists.
Max Bainbridge and Abigail Booth present work that looks to the landscape in a playful dialogue between the material and the maker.
Despite its modest population the island of Fair Isle is renowned for a rather special commodity: its sweater.
After 15 years in the industry, Sara Berman swapped fashion for painting. We talk creativity, chaos and working in bed.
Wilma casts a spotlight on the brand leading the charge in the great Scottish craft revival.
Writers and artists have long held lighthouses as a symbol of sanctuary in rough and uncertain waters; but also drawn to living within them; embodying their apparent stoicism and even building them too.