The Arts Issue – Take Two


Welcome, welcome to the second installment of our Arts Issue where we feature (even more!) great men and women who are changing the world through Art.

We interview the inspiring Emily Vermont, co-founder of Finding Rhythms, an innovative charity that helps prisoners develop key employability skills while recording a professionally produced album. We also speak to Izzy Chan and Paige Green, the women behind revealing documentary The Big Flip which follows four families where the husband is the stay-at-home dad and the wife is the main breadwinner.

In our Man’s Corner, we find out more about the talented Mr Warren, whose artistic skills extend well beyond the awesome Mr Smith Corner sketch (and into excellent watercolours and little sheep cartoons too!).

We also feature the upcoming My Family Care event on 29 September where the discussion will center around Men at Work: Dads, Diversity and Making a Difference, and the launch of the innovative new exhibit ‘A Mile in My Shoes’ by the (first ever) Empathy Museum on 4 September.

Mr Smith fills us in on how his summer plans are progressing (avec illness) and Suit & Pie gets featured on awesome Chrome app in This Week.

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Happy reading!

x foong 

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