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Arts Tag Archive

‘The Sun and Her Flowers’ is a shining success

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Sophie Henderson shares her thoughts on Rupi Kaur's latest book 'The Sun and Her Flowers'....

Review: Paul Nash @ The Laing

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Isobel Clark talks us through her thoughts on Paul Nash's exhibition at The Laing gallery....

Review: What is a filmpoem at The Culture Lab

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Having never heard of one before, Winifred Hewitt-Wright tells us of the mixed media phenomenon that is a filmpoem....

Defending The Age Old Art of Craft

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Rosie Minney defends the age old art of craft....

Review: An Evening with an Immigrant

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Chris Wilkinson shares his thoughts on Inua Ellams' 'An Evening with an Immigrant' and why it is such an important show in our time....

Duchamp’s Urinal is a Piece of Piss

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Maisie Folan sprinkles some salty opinions on Duchamp's 'Fountain'....

Art: It’s a Walk in the Playground

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Kate Luxton discusses the value of the new exhibition in the Turbine Hall. ...

Review: Alphabetti Soup October ’17

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Georgia Meredith talks us through the bubbling broth full of talent that was this month's Alphabetti Soup...

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...

Newcastle University Ranked Top for Art and Design

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High standards across the board for the University's Fine Arts and Design Programme. ...