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An update on Crippen’s cartoon resurrection project

By Crippen / 2023-01-20
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Since starting my project to redraw the cartoons that I created back in the 1980’s and 90’s I have raised over £1,400 through my crowdfunding

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Crippen and the continuing story of how the EHRC loses even more credibility

By Crippen / 2023-01-08
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You may recall me having suggested that the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) wasn’t fit for purpose and that they had lost all credibility

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The Joys and Frustrations of Working Slow

By Colin Hambrook / 2023-01-04
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Training at drama school gobbled up my days from dawn to dusk. Classes ran from 9am until 6pm, and when you got home there was

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The Joys and Frustrations of Working Slow

By Bel Pye / 2023-01-04
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Training at drama school gobbled up my days from dawn to dusk. Classes ran from 9am until 6pm, and when you got home there was

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Breath. Blood. Bone. – December Research

By Sasha Saben Callaghan / 2023-01-03
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Breath. Blood. Bone. is a real life Edwardian mystery. This is a story of secret marriages, a lost fortune and a family torn apart by

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Introducing the team: Highlights of 2022

By Colin Hambrook / 2022-12-23
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It seems remarkable how quickly this year has gone and how much Disability Arts Online has developed as an organisation with Trish Wheatley at the

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Breath. Blood. Bone. – November Research

By Sasha Saben Callaghan / 2022-12-23
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Breath. Blood. Bone. is a real life Edwardian mystery. This is a story of secret marriages, a lost fortune and a family torn apart by

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Christmas Identity Crisis

By Reanna - One Inky Queer / 2022-12-21
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Here’s a poem I wrote last year, in another lockdown with derailed festive plans, to be read to all the same songs that are stuck

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Breath. Blood. Bone. – October Research

By Sasha Saben Callaghan / 2022-12-19
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Sasha Saben Callaghan is an artist, writer, campaigner and joint curator on the Not Going Back To Normal manifesto. Her Associateship project with DAO involves

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Andrew Gannon: Impressions at the Fruitmarket Gallery

By Rachel Boyd / 2022-12-18
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Fruitmarket Warehouse was opened earlier this year as an experimental field, inviting artists to develop fresh work through the informed process of exhibition. Their latest

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