Bella Jewell reflects on the powerful work of the radical feminist, punk rocker and conceptual artist who continues to push the boundaries: Linder
In ReFrame, held at the Manchester Art Gallery, Caroline and Maisie Broadhead interrogate representations of women and “women’s work’. They do this by responding to historic paintings of women by famous male artists. They challenge and disrupt traditional female representations.
Krishan Jethwa examines the debate surrounding the relationship between Art and Artificial Intelligence, following the controversial sale of an AI portrait
Juliette Flach reviews the ‘Journeys Live’ World Music event which took place in Manchester’s Cathedral Gardens, reflecting on the positive messages of displayed in the face of hatred and division.
Isabel Oldman previews Michael Ashcroft’s latest show ‘This is Manchester’ at the Contemporary Six Gallery: a show which evokes a warm admiration of Manchester
Kizzy Bray reviews the panel discussion and Q&A, ‘Women, Art Revolution’; an event which made up part of the ‘Celebrating Syria’ festival at HOME MCR
This week’s edition of ‘Artefact of the Week’, Claudia Neuray presents a brief history of the Principal Hotel, a landmark most pass frequently, yet know little about
Eva Gerretsen considers the importance of the Asia Triennial Festival 2018 in a Society increasingly dominated with questions of identity: she reviews the opening night at HOME
Ahead of a highly-anticipated Manchester date in his Coupla Cans Tour, Kav Huggins spoke to Mo Gilligan about expectations, growth and trainers
Sophie Marriott interviews student photographer Maisie Lee about the upcoming ‘Female Gaze’ exhibition and the how to challenge the frequently gendered relationship between artists and subject.
Juliette Flach describes a vibrant Sunday at The Whitworth: rather than starting a new Netflix series, why not head over to one of the gallery’s many free events?
In this week’s edition of Artefact of the Week, Louis Haddad uncovers the history of Heaton Park Colonnade, a decaying reminder of Manchester’s ever-changing cityscape
Juliette Flach examines how artist, Kate Daudy, spreads human experiences across the seas through the power of art in her latest project, ‘Look up’.
Arts and Theatre editors Bella Jewell and Anuli Changa review ‘Titters and Tassels Burlesque and comedy show’ hosted by comedic double act Toots and Leigh
Alex Cresswell and Bella Jewell reflect back on the debate ‘All Schools Should Be Art Schools’, a panel discussion hosted by Manchester School of Art as part of the Design Manchester festival
Encouraged to re-evaluate the proximity we all have with the struggles of refugees, Be//Longing breaks down the sense of detachment we feel from the refugee crisis through powerful performance
Theo Bennett unconvers Manchester’s Industrial past through the lens of Smithfield Market in the Northern Quarter: one of the many hidden intrigues of the city