The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards engages the public with conservation through its refreshing take on the often grandiose world of wildlife photography
Georgia Charlton-Briggs does not avoid tackling taboo subjects straight on; in her works she examines how women become entrapped in modern beauty standards which define attractiveness based on the state of being hairless.
A cathartic and heart-breaking process of coming to terms with a breakup, Shona Sterland documents a universal experience in her latest photography project
How we can have such a harmonious relationships with such beautiful landscapes, when for others it is the most disastrous place on earth? Rosie Plunkett tackles this challenging question in her most recent landscape photography project
Saoirse Akhtar Farren speaks with student artist, Maya Sharp, looking at how her photography reconnects with literary classics and powerful landscapes, in her deeply mysterious photographic series.
Jack Greeney reviews the recent exhibition of student photography, ‘This is the Female Gaze’ at Manchester Goodstock
Louis Haddad reviews The Rusholme Heritage Project’s latest exhibition ‘Documenting Everyday Life in the Curry Mile’, reflecting on the vibrancy of a road we pass everyday
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
Bella Jewell reviews David Ogle’s ‘Land/Lines’ exhibition at HOME, uncovering his desire to capture the essence of a moment in his works
Arts Editor and drummer, Chess Bradley, discusses HOME’s newest exhibition, Flash Wallop Bang, which puts drummers central stage.
In a world of fake news, where the boundary between ‘truth’ and ‘falsehood’ is sometimes indistinguishable, The Creative Writing Society are taking on the concept of ‘truth’ in their zine which will be launched on 3rd May.
In the latest instalment of ‘Art in Mancunia’ we present Ellie Johnson, whose photography examines the historical connotations of bread with feminine domesticity
In this instalment of Art in Mancunia, Saoirse Akhtar-Farren reviews Priya Ray’s ‘Absence’ Project: a photographic series exploring loss and life after bereavement
Photography student, Ryan Gear, discusses how his work challenges the stereotypes surrounding landscape photography, whilst deconstructing the mundane of our everyday existence.
Rock music photographer, Jill Furmanovsky, the person behind the exhibition ‘There Is a Light That Never Goes Out’ talks about her career and the art of music photography
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
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.