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14:16

LifeStyle

The Malaga soprano who even captivated Napoleon

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...to Spain in 1831 to sort out her pension. She is believed to have died a year later, in Genoa. There is still a great deal about Lorenza Correa which is not known. Her figure is surrounded by mysteries and blank spaces. Pessarrodona has recently

14:51

Opinion

Swimming against the tidy

Peter Edgerton

...beautifully ornate book with 'Accounts 2015' written on the cover (this was the year we began the project). Tentatively, I opened it, only to discover that all the pages were blank. Not an inaccurate summary of proceedings to be fair. I'd clearly had some ... romantic notion - though I really can't remember having it, it's all been such a haze - about writing down the day's transactions with a sturdy quill by candlelight, in a Dickensian pastiche that only I were to be privy to. Like I say, the pages were blank

11:44

Education

The challenge of filling the empty page

Rachel Haynes

Sitting in front of an empty page or a blank canvas can be terrifying. You’ve been told you have to write a poem, a story or an essay, or draw or paint something to hold up for all to admire, or criticise. The words don’t always come, your teacher

16:29

Opinion

Silent night

Peter Edgerton

...like sound-proofed music studios but the whole point of those is the silence within provides a blank canvas to superimpose whatever kind of racket you see fit. Nobody builds a music studio to sit and listen to their own heartbeat. No, in the modern

14:28

What to do

Electric shadows at the Pompidou Centre Malaga

fernando torres

In the brushstrokes you can perceive perfectly the emotion felt by Pierre Alechinsky when he did them, barefoot, intently focused, attacking a blank piece of paper. The Belgian painter and printer is known for his ability to play with humour, poetry