June 22, 2017 | Coshamie
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EXPLORING KOREA’S PERFORMANCE ART SCENE FROM THE 60s AND 70s AT THE KOREAN CULTURAL CENTRE, LONDON: The 2017-2018 Korea/UK season at the Korean Cultural Centre in London continues with an unprecedented exhibition, running from 27th June until 29th July. “Rehearsals from the Korean Avant-Garde Performance Archive” explores the development of South Korea’s performance art scene during the late 1960s and 1970s. Raised in an atmosphere of rebellion against a strict political regime and a social order that sought to restrict the very body and conscience of its people, South Korean artists turned to performance as a medium for creative expression. This exhibition focuses on how to engage with a non-Western history of performance art through a series of live events, arresting archival...

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GETTING THE MOST OUT OF THE SOCIAL NETWORK DEDICATED TO INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS: Interior design brands have been gradually evolving in the online world, reaching out to their existing and new audiences via social platforms that had not been explored previously. With 2.34 billion social network users worldwide in 2016, it's pretty safe to say that, as a design brand, you want to be out there. You're most likely well aware of what Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest do – each of these platforms serves a good purpose for a design brand, whether it's just raising awareness or increasing traffic and generating sales leads. However, there is one social network out there that seems hold the most potential for B2B interiors businesses: LinkedIn. [caption...

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