The New York Times Student Journey: London - Art, Theater, Food and Fashion Through the Critic’s Lens

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Take on the role of tastemaker in one of the world’s most vibrant cultural hubs. Galleries, theaters, cinemas, restaurants and runways provide the material for your craft, while leaders and a New York Times expert ground you in the history and tec... read more

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Take on the role of tastemaker in one of the world’s most vibrant cultural hubs. Galleries, theaters, cinemas, restaurants and runways provide the material for your craft, while leaders and a New York Times expert ground you in the history and techniques of criticism. Leave with an appreciation for tradition and the vanguard as you create your own personal “ultimate guide” to London.

London is a modern melting pot in which over a third of current residents are not native Londoners, where the cultural offerings are overwhelming and ever changing. How, then, can anyone learn to cultivate and curate a personal experience of the city? Enter the critic. New York Times critics and reporters have long surveyed the rich worlds of British theater, art and literature, fashion, food and architecture. Drawing on their example, get to know London’s neighborhoods and people, and take day trips to Cambridge, Stratford-upon-Avon and the Isle of Wight. Find new ways to educate, engage and influence your readers, listeners and followers on social media.

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