Jack Greeney reviews the recent exhibition of student photography, ‘This is the Female Gaze’ at Manchester Goodstock
In this edition of Artefact of the Week, Saoirse Akhtar-Farren investigates Lemn Sissay’s ‘Rain’ on the side of Gemini Cafe, Waterloo Road
Bella Jewell reviews ‘Bloom’, an exhibition by the Feminist Collective which challenges modern perceptions of body hair
In this edition of Artefact of the Week, Sophie Marriott looks at a ceramic jug from the Nasca Culture of Pre-Hispanic South America and how their mysterious and captivating artistry was filled with their iconography
Louis Haddad reviews the photography exhibition, ‘We Are All One’, which sought to humanise the pandemic of homelessness; an all-too-familiar problem in Manchester
Photographer Martin Parr makes his return to Manchester with his newest exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery; Theo Bennett met him to talk about his work, the city of Manchester, Instagram, and a little bit of politics
‘Victory over Blindness’, outside Piccadilly Station, commemorates the returning blind veterans who fought during the Great War.
In this edition of Artefact of the Week, Ellis Coopey looks at the curious links between vinyl players and Japanese sword making
Arts and Film editors, Bella Jewell and Aisha Al-Janabi, preview MACFest: a ground-breaking festival which will run from the 17th November to the 25th, created to celebrate Islamic culture
Saoirse Akhtar-Farren reviews Venture Arts’ PERSPECTIVES at The Whitworth: a show to open the discussion of ‘outsider’ art and its relevance in contemporary culture
‘Breaking the Occupation of the Mind’, overshadowed its rough edges with thought-provoking contributions
Rock music photographer, Jill Furmanovsky, the person behind the exhibition ‘There Is a Light That Never Goes Out’ talks about her career and the art of music photography
Louis Haddad reviews The Rusholme Heritage Project’s latest exhibition ‘Documenting Everyday Life in the Curry Mile’, reflecting on the vibrancy of a road we pass everyday
Saoirse Akhtar-Farren visits the British Muslim Heritage Centre to observe a talk on the celebration of ‘Art, Culture and Science of Islamic Civilizations’ hosted by the festival ‘MACFEST’
Life drawing at Studio Bee provides a warm welcome and a positive atmosphere to all, whether you’re an experienced artist, or someone seeking a new, creative pastime.
Aisha Al-Janabi and Bella Jewell reflect on the vibrant and celebratory launch event of MACFEST 2018
Bella Jewell considers the important role that the arts play in mental health and wellbeing.