Jack Greeney visits the SU Steve Biko exhibition, and contemplates the University’s history of divestment with regards to current divestment campaigns
We are all artists. Whether we realise it or not, we demonstrate our creative instincts in things that we do every day. Convinced? Let Theo Bennett explain
Saoirse Akhtar Farren reviews a Sexpression talk, part of Sex Week, discussing the relationship between art and sex, considering the male gaze and historical context
A brand new Mancunion art project aiming to put students at the centre
Ahead of a new term of studying, well-being can often be forgotten about, so Louis Haddad shines a light on the best ways to engage with art to improve your mental health
SHAG is a website and platform aimed at creating a safe space for sexual expression. It merges art with important conversations, increasing awareness of sexual experiences – both good and bad.
Bella Jewell considers the important role that the arts play in mental health and wellbeing.
Bella Jewell reflects on the powerful work of the radical feminist, punk rocker and conceptual artist who continues to push the boundaries: Linder
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?
Lily Rosenberg reviews Selfridges latest campaign, ‘State of the Arts’, a show which attempts to make art more accessible, highlighting the link between art and fashion, yet she believes fails to execute a truly effective installation
Mia Edwards reviews an intimate night of feminist spoken word performance, reflecting upon the power of mutual support and the sharing of stories
Claudia Neuray reviews Halima Cassell’s exhibiton Eclectica – Global Inspirations, which is currently on show at Manchester Art Gallery
Head down to Manchester Academy for a cultural extravaganza
‘Breaking the Occupation of the Mind’, overshadowed its rough edges with thought-provoking contributions
Aisha Al-Janabi and Bella Jewell reflect on the vibrant and celebratory launch event of MACFEST 2018
The cost of construction for the new arts centre will rise by almost £20m, taking the budget to a total of £130m
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.