Ruby Johnston takes to Instagram to shortlist our top 5 Halloween makeup looks for some serious creative inspiration. ‘Cause if you’ve got it, haunt it, honey!
As part of the Manchester Science Festival, ‘Sentinel’ is a performance of laser lighting, video, live vocals, and electro-synth music, creating a “multi-sensory journey through present and future effects of global warming.”
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
Izzy Rooke-Ley shines a light on the Instagram account @the.f.sex, which challenges traditional assumptions on sex education
Louis Haddad meets with Alice Kettle, the artist behind an ongoing project aimed at both highlighting the plight of refugees, whilst empowering them
One year on from Manchester City Council’s revised vision on tackling homelessness, I asked if any productive changes been made. Sean Proudman, who has been homeless for four years, spoke about his experience of rough sleeping and the support he has received.
Bella Jewell meets with three members of the team behind ‘Art on the Sly’: a group of students who are seeking to make art accessible to all
The second collaboration between the award-winning graphic artist and the music icon
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
Josh Physick speaks with Chukwudi Onwudiwe, director of The Chuck Gallery, who is placing West African art at the forefront with the aim of changing the perspectives surrounding West Africa
Frank Radcliffe-Adam considers the impact of Time upon a nation recovering from Apartheid, reviewing William Kentridge’s mixed-media exhibition ‘Thick Time’ at The Whitworth
Francesca Casaburi explores Nate Lowman’s bronze sculpture ‘Snowman’ and its ability to provoke vital questions regarding climate change
The Whitworth challenges us to look at the tumult of our times and the dysfunction of our society through the prints of Goya and Hogarth, writes Louis Haddad
“He leads the field by a very long furlong, out on his own, making his own weather. He is Klimowski, unafraid” – Harold Pinter