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Art Tag Archive

Art Exhibition in the Arches ends

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The recent sound installation in the Armstrong Arches has now gone, as The Walking Festival of Sound ends....

Art world goes ape sh*t for Banksy

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Banksy is one of the world’s most popular and (ironically) recognisable artists, and many of his works have become 21st century icons, available as t-shirts, pencil cases or...

Is Instagram content ‘art’?

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Yasmine Bridge debates the lines between art and Instagram content. ...

Holiday read review: Poems to Live Your Life By

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Lily Hopkins writes about one of her favourite holiday reads- Chris Riddell's Poems to Live Your Life....

Poembox

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The Diderot Effect A horde of ambitious, young hopefuls traverse roads with perpetual bends as they wade through the flood to the rainbow, and find a glass half-drunk at the end....

Newcastle’s best comic relief

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Joe Molander discusses comedy with North East-based comedians Raul Kohli and Jordon Best. Featured image from The Stand Comedy Club, Newcastle What’s the North East comedy scene...

Experiment, evolve and and excel at the Alphabetti

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If lively independent theatre, music and comedy is your cup of tea, then you need to get yourself down to the Alphabetti Theatre this freshers’ week. The cosy little venue may...

A treasure trove of exhibitions

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Newcastle is more than just a party city – it has a thriving arts and culture scene that you’d be sorry to miss during freshers’ week. Between club nights and booze, why not...

‘Home Alone’: how can loneliness among the elderly be artistic?

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Grainger Market is home to hundreds of shops and local traders. The indoor market offers something for everyone from butchers, bakeries, vintage boutiques, florists and much more....

Top awards nomination for Fine Art graduates

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Two Newcastle Fine Art graduates, Peter Hanmer and Petra Szemán, are being showcased at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arts, after being shortlisted for a prestigious award....