By Rachel Glaves
Photography has been a keen interest of mine for the last five years. It is something which has slowly developed from a hobby to something I am very passionate about. Watching my dad, when I was younger, taking photographs with his old Nikon film camera inspired me and motivated me to take it up myself.
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By Natalie Froome
UEA have hit the headlines with the controversial placing of a new Anthony Gormley statue.
The art installation is a human statue, which has been placed on the very edge of the library roof. Some are calling the statue ‘edgy’ and think it a great addition to UEA’s sculpture trail, while others have berated the University for their bad taste.
We talked to UEA Students to get the picture of what students think about it… Continue reading On the edge or cutting edge? What does UEA think of the new library statue?
By Ewa Giera
As we all know, storytelling has been around for a pretty long time. Over the years, it’s moved on from oral tradition, early forms of written, phonetic English, Shakespeare, over to the modern novel and short stories, and as some seem to believe, ending at film. However, the public is largely split over whether film is the endgame for artistic storytelling or whether there’s something more waiting for us to get noticed.
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