danielle-middleton
28th November 2011

Spektrast Magazine

Spektrast is a fairly new enterprise with the goal to be a space where creative talent can be show-cased, and invalidate the general opinion that students are lazy so-and-so’s, which none of us have ever been or ever will be. Fact. Set up by Steph Whalley, a second year Film and Sociology student at University […]
Spektrast Magazine

Spektrast is a fairly new enterprise with the goal to be a space where creative talent can be show-cased, and invalidate the general opinion that students are lazy so-and-so’s, which none of us have ever been or ever will be. Fact.

Set up by Steph Whalley, a second year Film and Sociology student at University of Manchester, Spektrast hosts a body of work by young artists, literary-bods, music reviews and fresh-faced Fashionistas.

Spektrast is easy on the eye and displays the talent of the often neglected youth in a way that will hopefully result in some much needed recognition. Thus far the content is a little sparse and in dire need of some love and attention from the creative masses. To immerse yourself in the warm bossom of Spektrast visit www.spektrast-magazine.co.uk for contact info.

danielle middleton

danielle middleton

Former arts editor (2011-2012).

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