Sam Burt considers what the bittersweet signs of the Whitworth Gallery might mean to us now
After visiting the Reno at The Whitworth, Chess Bradley considers the empty red stripe as a symbol of being young in Manchester
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
Louis Haddad meets with Alice Kettle, the artist behind an ongoing project aimed at both highlighting the plight of refugees, whilst empowering them
Putting young South Asian talent on the agenda, the Whitworth Young Contemporaries launched an evening full to the brim with conceptual art and emerging musicians to bring diversity back into galleries
The Whitworth welcomes renowned British designer Paul Smith for an exclusive insight into his early formative career, and now global brand
University of Manchester’s art gallery, The Whitworth, is named as VisitEngland’s largest visitor attraction of the year.
As part of Black History Month Chess Bradley discusses the colourful art of outsider artist Pearl Alcock
Chess Bradley talks to Linda Brogan and John Lloyd about the Reno in The Whitworth, race and nights-out in Manchester.
Liv Clarke spoke with Lora Krasteva about the With One Voice Arts and Homelessness festival which will take place from the 12th until the 18th of November
Frank Radcliffe-Adam considers the impact of Time upon a nation recovering from Apartheid, reviewing William Kentridge’s mixed-media exhibition ‘Thick Time’ at The Whitworth
John Stezaker showcases his unique brand of artistry as the Whitworth gallery is taken over by his surreal photographic collages