Creating dance to poems inspires two choreographers in very different ways. Read more
Dancing the Poem
Creating dance to poems inspires two choreographers in very different ways.
Illuminated snails dancing, sculpted volcanoes and music playing for 1,000 years.
Echo in a Bottle
Composer Sarah Angliss explores our deep-seated fascination with the echo.
Balloon with a View
Two poets and a composer take to the skies over Bristol in a balloon full of hot air.
Alison Turnbull and Butterflies in Colombia
Colombian-born artist Alison Turnbull explores butterflies in the Pacific rainforest.
Virginia Woolf: Impossible Music
In search of the musicality and sonic landscape of Virginia Woolf's world.
Drawing on Water
Louise Morris explores the growing interest in ephemeral art - witnessed but not kept.
Art Beneath the Waves
Underwater artists who paint, sculpt and dance beneath the sea.
Bells made by artist Peter Shenai from Hurricane Katrina data are rung in New Orleans.
Amber Butchart talks to embroidery artists about their complex, political, dynamic artwork
Dead Rats and Meat Cleavers
Turning base metal into musical gold - swordsmiths and Dead Rats!
In Emily Dickinson’s Bedroom
Cheryl Strayed, Ocean Vuong and Sharon Olds spend some time in Emily Dickinson's bedroom
The Spider Orchestra
The art of Tomas Saraceno who makes sculptures and music with spiders and their webs.