Moritz Stefaner’s Project Ukko turns climate and wind data into an immersive art installation that allows viewers to explore the future of the planet.
Iraqi-Danish photographer Lina Hashim’s provocative Unlawful Meetings series explores secret sexual encounters which overstep Islam's boundaries.
Local filmmakers are stepping over the barriers and finding ways to celebrate Kosovan films.
Wilderness' sweeping carnival of arts, music, food and bacchanalia returns to the heart of a mystic English forest. With hundreds of offerings to choose from, here's what not to miss.
The first ever Citadel Festival announced its presence with a glittering lineup and good vibes in East London’s Victoria Park.
Huck’s editor Andrea Kurland speaks at Tate Modern’s How to Change the World discussion, Saturday July 25.
As Worldwide festival’s tenth edition kicks off in the south of France, here’s our pick of the shows you’d be crazy to miss.
Seaside Sessions kicks off a two-day thrash-athon in Brighton. We spoke to Boardettes founder Teresa Geer to find out what’s in store and why the girls skate scene is blowing up.
Look/15 brings together the best local and international photographic talent on Merseyside.
Discover challenging filmmaking and up-and-coming directors of the 14th East End Film Festival.
At eighteen, Fiona Stewart was a single mum living in squats and homeless shelters. After resurrecting The Big Chill she’s now the award winning director of Green Man Festival.
A unique cultural event celebrating Chinese art, culture and film, with more than 40 independent films.