Dr Maria Balshaw is to be the first female director in the Tate’s 120 year history.
She will replace current director Sir Nicolas Serota, who is leaving to became Chairman of the Arts Council England.
Her appointment was approved by Prime Minister Theresa May.
She’s currently head of Manchester’s Whitworth Arts Gallery, alongside Manchester Art Gallery.
— Press Association (@PA) 17 January 2017
The Brits are host-less
The Brits awards show, held at the London 02 Arena, has lost its host.
Canadian singer, Michael Buble, was due to host the awards in February.
He has cancelled all future engagements because his son has been diagnosed with cancer.
The organisers are currently seeking a replacement for the ceremony on February 22nd.
Kim Kardashian’s Ocean’s 8 cameo appearance
Kim Kardashian, the US reality television star and wife of Kanye West, is to make a cameo alongside her sister, Kendall Jenner, in a film.
They are in an all female cast jewel heist movie called ‘Ocean’s Eight.’
The movie is expected to be in the movie theatres by June of 2018
Winnie-the-Pooh author says parents are ‘over organising’ their children
Author Jane Riordan says that parents are ‘over organising’ children’s activities because they are “afraid they will get bored.”
Ms Riordan writes new stories featuring the bear originally created by the late A A Milne in 1926.
She believes that in order for children to explore friendships and use their imagination boredom is vital.
Her comments have been made when new figures demonstrate the importance of childhood relationships coinciding with Milne’s 135th Birthday.
One in four adults say their childhood best friends are still their best friends today
— Press Association (@PA) January 18, 2017