Arts

Courier Grad Issue: Art to distract you from your fears of the future

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A selection of works of art to distract you from the impending doom of Postgrad "Real Life"....

Dancing snails: An unusually slimy installation in London

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Earlier this month, 400 people shelled out just £4.50 to watch 176 illuminated snails take centre-stage at Kings Place as a part of a festival of sound art in King’s Cross....

Review: NUTS’ The Ladykillers @ The Cluny 2

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Alice Wilson reviews NUTS' farcical show, The Ladykillers....

Live Theatre brings us a week of fun in ‘Elevator Festival’

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Carys Rose Thomas tells us about the exciting events Live Theatre have to offer during this week's 'Elevator Festival'....

Sean Scully @ The Hatton & Laing Gallery

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Caitlin Disken reviews Newcastle University alumni Sean Scully's latest Newcastle exhibition....

Arts movements in the face of political oppression

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Christopher Little talks about current and past politically motivated arts movements....

Mother, by Julia McGee-Russell

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Julia McGee-Russell's poem about and photo of her mother....

Mother, by Grace Dean

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Grace Dean's poem about her mother for Mother's Day....

We took part in The Tate’s #5WomenArtists campaign

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5 Courier writers take part in The Tate's #5womenartists campaign and tell us about their favourite woman artists....

Are physical books outdated?

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Gerry Hart and Lucy Lillystone discuss paper books, comparing them to their less traditional conterparts and whether modern technology is ruining contemporary experiences of...