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Arts Tag Archive

Poembox: noise doesn’t move fast enough

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Arts editor Evie Lake shares her poem 'noise doesn't move fast enough'....

‘Rethink. Reskill. Reboot.’ – Are the Arts under attack?

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Tiyanna Mistry criticises the government's recently resurfaced 'cyber' advert....

2020/21 arts societies

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Looking for some arts-specific societies to join this year? Check out this article for a run down of some you might like to consider......

Societies at Newcastle University prepare for social distancing guidelines

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Gemma Powell on how societies at Newcastle University plan to adjust to local lockdown and associated social distancing measures...

Vanessa Redgrave appeals for funds to save Arts jobs

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Claire Maggie Dowens reports on the high profile actors calling for financial support for the Arts industry...

Report reveals vast regional disparity in arts funding

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Evie Lake reports on the drastic North-South divide in Arts funding and the impact it is having on the sector...

Re-framed: COVID-19’s effect on photography

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It is not hard to notice the physical changes the pandemic has had on cities all over the world. Cities remain somewhat empty, and the shift to working-from-home leave office...

The state of affairs with a cherry on top: Heather Phillipson’s new fourth plinth piece

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Temporary sculptures have been exhibited on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square since 1991. Heather Phillipson’s temporary whipped cream sculpture was unveiled last week: Anth...

Black Inspirations: Bernardine Evaristo

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Nadia Ashbridge on the celebrated black British author...

Interview: the creator of Women’s Writes

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Sophie Wilson talks feminism, literature and business with former Newcastle University student Sophie McDermott. ...