The Culture Concept Circle in many of its posts uses the reflective power of art, design, music and style to assist in opening up inquiry into a deeper understanding and appreciation of the evolution of art in all its forms, and the development of world cultures.
We are a social profit organisation with many FREE posts for you to choose from in many different categories of interest. Our website may be viewed as a platform or springboard if you like, for conceiving and imaginatively developing ideas into the future.
Art, Design, Music, Fashion and Style reflects the very essence of who we are – our culture, its attitudes and philosophies, its fashions and passions. We seek to make accessible complex and profound subject matter emboldening a wider audience to enjoy enquiry.
Clicking ‘red‘ links on any of our posts will help you expand your journey.
Fashionable concerns, include historical costume and the latest buzz shows and events happening throughout the world of arts and entertainment are a focus, as are topical conversations about people and events happening daily in contemporary society.
You can like and follow us on Facebook and watch Videos on our You Tube Channel – Carolyn McDowall has written and published some eighty videos + to help expand your knowledge.
Funded by the European Union, the Elaich Project in 2012 approved Carolyn’s Video: What is Classic Architecture, More than a Column as an ‘advanced video’ for Module 2 of their learning platform of study designed to connect young people to their cultural heritage
The Culture Concept Circle provides a cultural journey filled with beautiful images and fascinating stories, many written by our editor and publisher Carolyn McDowall, working with her colleagues; all dedicated writers.
Deputy Editor Belinda McDowall is working behind the scenes with Carolyn on content development and operational matters. She provides cultural commentary on her national and international travel experiences and submits Spotlight Stories from time to time.
Artist David Rankin, who is himself represented in many museums and galleries around the world, is our Special Features Correspondent New York.
David lives nearby on Shelter Island where he works from his studio predominantly in oil and acrylic on canvas, but also works with paper, prints, sculptures and ceramics.
Guest authors, including Derek Parker, contribute from time to time to our growing resource and you will find all our Special Features and guest author’s posts in the category Spotlight Stories.
You can also Search on our Home Page to find other categories of subjects you enjoy the most.
Our back room boys Paul and Ross McDowall generously provide both their IT knowledge and experience to help us progress. We appreciate all they do.