‘Radical Brighton’ : digitisation project blog

‘Radical Brighton: Alternative/Left/Freak/Radical/Hippie, etc. local papers’ A blog has been launched to document the progress of the Radical Brighton project, a digitisation project to preserve the ephemeral (and therefore archivally elusive and highly perishable) locally-produced radical publications- zines, countercultural activist publications, comics, diaries, calendars, etc., often hand-made –  emerging from the UK, and Brighton in […]

‘British Art Studies’ – a new online journal

British Art Studies, a new online journal, as introduced by Tom Scutt at the ARLIS AGM at the Paul Mellon Centre, April 2016. The Paul Mellon Centre has recently begun to venture in to open-access digital publishing. Paul Spencer-Longhurst’s Richard Wilson Online went live in October of 2014 and this has been followed by two […]