Caught in the Crossfire: Artistic Responses to Conflict at the Herbert

From iconic protest images to personal reactions, the Herbert’s investigation into artist’s responses to the brutality of war leads the viewer on a challenging journey – from the home front to the frontline – as seen through the eyes of artists, soldiers and those affected by conflict. Visitors are prompted to explore and debate weighty … Continue reading

Guest blog: Working with the media – Part 2

By scott*eric

In Part 2 of a two-part blog, guest blogger and UK-based freelance journalist Alex Oxborough asks that you give journalists something to work with. In our ever more connected world of Twitter trending and 24-hour news, working with the media can feel like trying to fight off a hydra, the many-headed beast of Greek mythology. … Continue reading

Guest blog: Working with the media – Part 1

In Part 1 of a two-part blog, guest blogger and UK-based freelance journalist Alex Oxborough looks at how to get your communication in the news. What is news? A deceptively simple question, but it is key to a better understanding of how to work with the media, and through them, how to get your embassy … Continue reading