We ask our contributors: what album cover art has stuck with you over time?
Artist Robin ‘CARDBROADLEY’ on his mission to give ’90s digital icons new life as 3D sculptures
Annie Dabb catches up with student artists about the social and professional challenges they face
The sights and sounds of Manchester may have been put on a pandemic pause, but The Manc Wanderer remains undeterred in pursuit of the perfect shot
Arts Editor Sam Burt explores the latest exhibition in an online series presented by Castlefield Art gallery
The real threat to galleries may not be Covid-19 but the government’s utilitarian attitude to the arts, says Probert Dean
The Lurner Prize is a prize for self-taught artists to find success outside of the traditional cultural institutions
Just cardboard and bedsheets, or something more? Sam Burt discusses whether recent creative efforts at demonstrations can be considered ‘protest art’
In case you haven’t seen, historical feminist writer from the 1700s, Mary Wollstonecraft, is causing a controversy in the UK, online, and even in the New York Times; But why?
A Manchester-based artist is fighting homelessness by taking his striking paintings onto the streets
In celebration of International Women’s Week, the Muslim Arts and Culture Festival (MACFEST) are hosting a week of free digital events which you can enjoy from the comfort and safety of your own home. The events appreciate and promote the work of incredible women from a range of different cultures and backgrounds. PROGRAMME OF EVENTS: […]
With its opening extended, we revisit Grayson Perry’s Art Club exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery
Sam Burt considers what the bittersweet signs of the Whitworth Gallery might mean to us now
What to expect from this year’s MACFEST, the festival of Islamic art and culture
The Art team explore the new online exhibition showcasing the work of Manchester School of Art’s MA students – ‘Materialise’