Equal fees and unequal funding disfavours humanities students writes Elliot Mills
The reintroduction of grammar schools is another step in the wrong direction. Britain needs to update its education system to truly suit the needs of students and teachers
A new exhibition at the Museum of Science and Industry tells the story of graphene and its seemingly unstoppable potential
With a huge contrast in the visibility of sexual diversity between the arts and politics, we are challenged about what influences us and how we can stimulate change
A unique arts space devoted to progression, experimentation and what those who work at the Mill call ‘Werq’.
Our new weekly column comes courtesy of the Everyday Analysis Collective, a Manchester based group who dissect and analyse the signs of our everyday life
Design Manchester returns between 12th-23rd October, we give a preview of some of the most interesting events on the calendar this year
New research reveals that art students pay much more per hour for their degree than science students
Arts Emergency Manchester plans to build on the success of last year by conducting another series of workshops in schools around Manchester, promoting the arts and social sciences
Jasper Llewellyn fills us in on the up and coming live art calandar.
Rosalie Warner finds erotic cuisine, communal wine and a brave and exciting collection of new work at Black & BLUE’s Kraak launch
Clayton Fuller visits The Cornerhouse to have a look at the latest cafe-bar exhibition by Fraser Chapman