Amedeo Beretta, Module Leader for the six-month Visual Effects (VFX) for Film
course at Met Film School, explains this route to a successful career in VFX
Music: John Carrod reviews: Storytone by Neil Young which was generally not well received by his fans, and Born to Rock ‘n’ Roll by The Montecristos – Rock ‘n’ Roll revival at its best
Books: Reviews by Leo Jackson: Lucienne Day: In the Spirit of the Age by Andrew Casey: Wonderful design from the 50s and 60s and Sophie Taeuber-Arp – Today is Tomorrow edited by Aargauer Kunsthaus and Kunsthalle Bielefeld: Fascinating art from
the inter-war period
London Beat: The London Original Print Fair (LOPF) with Monotype 27' 2014 by Bruce McLean (detail above). Contemporary studio ceramics at the Royal College of Art and much more...
News from around our region: New ventures at Sea Pictures. Well House Gallery – starting again at Horndon-on-the-Hill. Local artists set up Eagle Gallery in Bedford. University
Campus Suffolk presents a retrospective exhibition of Bernard Reynolds and much
Rod Shone reviews the life and work of artist Patrice Lombardi who has recently returned to our region to live and work.
Photo © Rod Shone
In carving out a
unique place for herself in the world of music,
Dame Evelyn Glennie has established due respect for percussion
in contemporary music.
John Carrod talks to her about her
Sue Elliott celebrates the centenary year of one of the UK’s most celebrated master stone carvers and designers, David Kindersley
As delightfully unpredictable as ever
Bernard Reynolds pictured with Triple Mycomorph, 1950