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Art & Culture
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Martin Clark is Director of Grampus Heritage, an NGO involved in vocational and non-formal training in 32 countries. Since BREXIT, the developmental engine is based much more in Cyprus than…
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Sublime magazine believes that educating creative writers, designers, and publishers is key to accelerating a worldwide shift towards social and environmental sustainability. With that vision in mind, we have set…
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In times of restriction, what can a garden teach us? Born in the stillness of lockdown, an illustration project has been documenting the growing season in over 200 sketches.
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Since 2015 Europe crossed the line from being chiefly rural to more people living in cities. Young people especially, gravitate towards cities. The countryside empties, dereliction creeps in and older…
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Grampus Heritage, in partnership with Sublime Magazine, runs one of Europe’s most successful vocational training programmes. Funded by the EU's ERASMUS PLUS grant, organisations all over Europe receive students and…
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Is Say.To.Day an experiment, a quantum superposition, an exercise, or a work of art? Sublime explores Ying Kwok and Yutaka Inagawa's delightfully perplexing, digital project
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Is renewable the same as sustainable? How much do we actually think about biodiversity? The Swedish music artist Gaeya talks about changes she has seen first hand to Sweden’s beloved…
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How does an artist combat plastic pollution in his small corner of the world? Sublime speaks to New York-based Manaure Peñalver on transforming discarded buoys into environmental statement pieces.
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