Chess Bradley talks to Linda Brogan and John Lloyd about the Reno in The Whitworth, race and nights-out in Manchester.
Bella Jewell meets with Joshua Coombes to discuss the first stop of the Light & Noise exhibition, an event which pairs with TOMS and Centrepoint Manchester to shine a light and make some noise about homelessness
Anna McFadzean explores menstruation throughout history, and the exhibition focused on society’s complex relationship with periods
In a new and exciting approach to curatorship, Eve Gerretsen reviews It’s always 5pm somewhere
Photographer Martin Parr makes his return to Manchester with his newest exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery; Theo Bennett met him to talk about his work, the city of Manchester, Instagram, and a little bit of politics
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.
Louis Haddad meets with Alice Kettle, the artist behind an ongoing project aimed at both highlighting the plight of refugees, whilst empowering them
Calypso April, a student abroad, talks of her experiences in Copenhagen’s thriving art scene
Up and coming young filmmakers screen short-film masterpieces as part of a project to encourage youth access to the most exclusive field in modern media
Eleonore Meningaud reviews ‘The Binary Exhibition’, a show at Partisan Collective which aimed to underline the duality of the subject through language, dialect, and how we are often torn between the sight of two realities
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
Theo Bennett reviews Simeon Barclay’s latest exhibition at the Holden Gallery at Manchester School of Art, which explores how culture shapes our identities.
Louis Haddad reviews the photography exhibition, ‘We Are All One’, which sought to humanise the pandemic of homelessness; an all-too-familiar problem in Manchester
Victoria Evans explores the ‘Women Who Shaped Manchester’ exhibition at the John Rylands Library, and delves into the history of a city built on female resilience.
Victoria Evans gives us an exclusive insight into some of Warehouse Project’s leading team members and their prospects for the iconic Mancunian event
Who says books can’t be works of art?
Student artists are being called to perform scratch acts at the Wyndham Lewis exhibition in November