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Review: Please Feel Free to Ignore My Work by David Hoyle

Review: Please Feel Free to Ignore My Work by David Hoyle

This month, Factory International’s Aviva Studios welcomes renowned artist David Hoyle, in a three week residency spanning multiple art forms.
Making Manchester #1: Anna Marsden

Making Manchester #1: Anna Marsden

We’re kicking off our new feature, Making Manchester, by quizzing photographer Anna Marsden about her practice and what inspires her.
Review: FACE TO FACE at the Fête of Britain

Review: FACE TO FACE at the Fête of Britain

Brian Eno’s installation FACE TO FACE at Aviva Studios invites focus and contemplation on the state of things and how we might change them.
In conversation with Jo Lathwood: Art manifestos, the conflicts of making, and the next realm

In conversation with Jo Lathwood: Art manifestos, the conflicts of making, and the next realm

The Mancunion chats with installation artist Jo Lathwood, about her new exhibition Making Up, a thought-provoking piece exploring journeys, materials and the environment at Salford Quay’s The Lowry
An interview with HappeningInMCR: The Instagram page connecting Manchester’s art scene

An interview with HappeningInMCR: The Instagram page connecting Manchester’s art scene

The Mancunion talks art, social media, and creative careers with HappeningInMcr, Manchester’s one-stop shop for art events and opportunities.
Napoli: The love-hate relationship Neapolitans have with their city

Napoli: The love-hate relationship Neapolitans have with their city

Naples is a city which evokes contention, both among tourists and native Italians. The Mancunion discusses the beautiful mess that is Napoli, one of the most densely populated cities in all of Europe
Manchester named ‘most inspiring’ city in the UK

Manchester named ‘most inspiring’ city in the UK

Manchester has been named the UK’s ‘most inspiring’ city in a recent study. Read on to find out why
Traces of Displacement: The Whitworth confronts history in their latest exhibition

Traces of Displacement: The Whitworth confronts history in their latest exhibition

The Mancunion visits the thought-provoking exhibition at The Whitworth, exploring gender in war, race and belonging.
On The Rag: “Everyone’s got a key to this place!”

On The Rag: “Everyone’s got a key to this place!”

The Mancunion spoke to On The Rag’s Amy Platt and Christina Purvis about the art gallery they are working on, and what the gallery means to the community.
Inside The Artistic History of Corecore: TikTok’s Latest Obsession

Inside The Artistic History of Corecore: TikTok’s Latest Obsession

You’ve probably seen Corecore around on Tiktok. The Mancunion explains the untold history behind the trend.
Manchester, City of Art- best galleries in the city

Manchester, City of Art- best galleries in the city

‘On the sixth day, God created MANchester’ and he threw in some great art galleries too
Manchester Art Gallery and decolonisation: Has it been successful?

Manchester Art Gallery and decolonisation: Has it been successful?

In ‘Rethinking the Grand Tour’, Manchester Art Gallery tries to decolonise its pieces. After visiting, we explore whether it’s really made an impact
Dandy Style: Men’s fashion from 18th century to present day

Dandy Style: Men’s fashion from 18th century to present day

The Dandy Style Exhibition has made its way into Manchester. We deconstruct the meanings of each thread and bead, and how masculinity was framed in previous centuries
Tár review: Power perverts art

Tár review: Power perverts art

Todd Field’s thrilling Tár is a refreshing take on the obsessed artist trope featuring a captivating performance by Cate Blanchett
Up close and personal with West Art Collective

Up close and personal with West Art Collective

Antwerp Mansion’s West Art Collective is a rising and unstoppable influence on the Manchester Art Scene. We spot to art director Lucy Indelicate about what makes Antwerp Mansion the perfect place for art
‘Going to the Match’ will continue to be in the public domain

‘Going to the Match’ will continue to be in the public domain

The L.S. Lowry painting ‘Going to The Match’ will remain publicly available after it was purchased by The Lowry Arts Centre for £6.6 million
Talking to MVSON Collective

Talking to MVSON Collective

Millie Sheppard interviews MVSON Collective ahead of the MVSON World festival.
A student guide to Sheffield

A student guide to Sheffield

Spending the Summer in Manchester? Find out what Sheffield has to offer as part of our student-friendly travel guide
Moovin’ and Groovin’: Moovin’ Festival 26-28th August

Moovin’ and Groovin’: Moovin’ Festival 26-28th August

Preview for this year’s Moovin Festival on 26-28th August, featuring Moodyman, Shy FX, and many more.
Immerse yourself in MVSON World

Immerse yourself in MVSON World

A preview of Mason Collective’s festival MVSON World in Cheshire.