London 2012

World Cities Culture Report

(1 August, 2012) This morning saw the launch of a multi-city report, attempting to benchmark the level of cultural activity ...

The Owl and the Pussy Cat

(31 July, 2012) A canal is not your typical spot for an impromptu opera, but at Mile End Park, locals, ...

Little Sun, Tate Modern

(August 2012) London’s Tate Modern went dark last night on28 July for the first of Olafur Eliasson’s Little Sun events, which ...

Hatwalk

(30 July, 2012) Londoners woke up this morning to find some of the capital's most famous statues dressed in designer hats ...

Art of the Olympians

(28 July 2012) Yesterday, C@tO attended an exhibition called 'Art of the Olympians' dedicated to the art works of Olympic ...

London 2012 Art Exhibitions

(29 July, 2012) The National Portrait Gallery has opened an exhibition of portraits of not just athletes, but some of the ...

Akram Khan on the London 2012 Opening Ceremony

(29 July 2012) Yesterday, choreographer and dancer Akram Khan gave a press conference about his contribution to the London 2012 ...

The Olympic Journey

(29 July, 2012) A new exhibition at the Royal Opera House conveys the origins of the Olympic Games, from ancient ...

All the Bells

(27 July, 2012) At 8:12am this morning, C@tO covered the All the Bells event at HMS Belfast. This project by ...

Athleticizm by Goldie

(3 Aug, 2012) Artist Goldie has created 12 new paintings for the London 2012 Games, depicting athletes. They will be ...

Art in the Park, Olympic Park

(26 July 2012) If any of you are lucky enough to visit the Olympic Park, then make sure you take ...

Sacrilege, inflatable Stonehenge part of London 2012 Festival

(21 July, 2012) An inflatable life-size version of Stonehenge is not an obvious cultural intervention for an Olympic Games, but ...