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“In a world of Cindy-Lous, be a Grinch” – Ossie Akhilomen tackles lust, loneliness and autobiography with ‘Ms. Grinch’

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Is it Art? Science

Often pitted as opposites, Chemistry student Aisha Al-Janabi considers whether science is art

Take a trip down the rabbit hole as Rosie Plunkett explores Molly James’ funny, eerie, relatable and kooky artwork ahead of Art in Mancunia

Phedra Broch interviews Fine Art MA grad, Jamie Kirk about his art and what to expect for Art In Mancunia 2020

The Poet: Tom Branfoot

Phedra Broch disccuses poet and Art In Mancunia 2020 applicant, Tom Branfoot, and his poems ‘Bonfire Night’ and ‘Widowed’

Saoirse Akhtar-Farren looks back on Yang Sweeps’ eccentric performances and tells us what we can expect from them when they return to Art in Mancunia 2020…

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In this week’s ‘Is it Art?’, Chess Bradley considers whether Lorraine Kelly’s multiple personas can be considered performance art

Saoirse Akhtar-Farren, former writer for the Arts section of The Mancunion and the current Head of Arts and Culture for Fuse FM Radio, is taking a leading on ‘Art in Mancunia’ 2020 and outlines what we should expect to see

The Politics of Dancing

Inspired by Louder Than Words Festival, Katie Hourigan discusses politics, escapism and community through the lens of electronic dance music