Our conference with Leeds University explored the ways in which Ray Harryhausen has shaped our perception of the classical world in modern popular culture.
Emma was a Website Manager and content writer at the Science Museum Group until 2015.
Flickr is rebooting the Commons, and they’ve just launched two brand new institutions.
Paul Salveson’s work, Between the Shell, uses commonplace items and objects within domestic environments to construct absurdist images.
The European Features Award is given to an outstanding fictional feature film currently without UK distribution, and the Shine Short Film Competition honours the best short film by an emerging director.
We began with a glittering opening night, and followed suit with some magnificent special guests over the weekend.
Robbie Cooper’s Immersion project captures images of people as they become immersed in different types of media—and now you can get involved.
A few weeks ago we asked you to submit your photographs from the Capital One Cup Final. Curator of Photography Greg Hobson chose this black-and-white photograph.
Our curators have chosen their favourites from new additions to the Flickr Commons: wheels at sea, a portrait of a photographer, and an intriguing image of a dog and his best friend.
We’re still on the lookout for people who recognise themselves in Eamonn McCabe and Ian Beesley’s photographs of Bradford City FC and fans.
A look at social and political activism in the 20th century through the lens, to mark the 10th anniversary of one of the largest anti-war rallies in history.
Between now and the Capital One Cup Final, we’ll be sharing Eamonn McCabe and Ian Beesley’s photographs of Bradford City from our archives, and asking you to share your memories of the matches for our Bantams gallery.
Last month we celebrated the fifth anniversary of the Commons on Flickr, and I promised that our renewed enthusiasm for the project would lead us to share our hidden treasures more readily.