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Rosie McCrum Author

The naked body: reclaimed or re-marketed?

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For centuries, the naked body has been depicted in visual art, carrying on its shoulders the weight of various meanings. Fundamentally, the body is a blank canvas of intimate...

Celebrating World Poetry Day!

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Your Arts Editors showcase a collection of poetry submissions by students. So from us to you, Happy World Poetry Day, reader.  INTERMOST by Leanne Francis A framework of limb and...

The Female Body is not to be Censored: Interview with Artist Louise Brown

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Louise Brown’s (@goodstrangevibes on Instagram) empowering illustrations of the female body were censored by Newcastle University last week during a charity feminist art...

LGBT History of Art

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Your Arts sub-editors give a timeline of LGBT artists throughout history for LGBT History Month Michelangelo (1475 – 1564) “The greater danger for most of us lies not...

Francis Bacon and Ellen Gallagher @ The Hatton Gallery

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The exhibition at the Hatton Gallery is centred on the parallels between Francis Bacon’s luminous portraits of twisted, grimacing faces, and Ellen Gallagher’s modernist-style...

A drugs trial or a love story? An Interview with NUTS’s ‘The Effect’ Director

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The Effect is the latest Newcastle University Theatre Society play written, directed and performed by students at Northern Stage. Written by Lucy Prebble, and directed by Chloe...

Get eco!

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Learn how to lower your carbon footprint as a student with these easy steps!...

International Film: Mustang (2015)

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Our international film this week is 2015's Mustang...

PHOTOBOX: Rosie McCrum

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Rosie McCrum shares one of her favourite photos she took over the summer which a short piece on why she likes it and what it reminds her of...