Last week the art world was slapped in the face by Crypto Art when musician, Grimes, sold her digital work for almost $6 million in only 20 minutes online. In the same week Mike Winkelmann, […]
Mia Fulford details what President Biden’s redecoration of the Oval Office means for American Politics and the future of the United States.
Happy new year to all journalers and non-journalers! The arrival of the new year means a stressful, but exciting first few weeks for us devout bullet journalers (at least the ones who do the entire […]
With the newest Banksy turning up on the side of a beauty salon in Nottingham, Mia Fulford unpacks where street art really belongs.
Safi Bugel caught up with Chloe Prentice, the print designer behind our Black History Month feature for In the Middle.
Sally Morris details the controversy surrounding the new Mary Wollstonecraft statue and discusses the implications of representing the writer in the nude.
Sophia Walmsley discusses the recent vandalism of art at the Berlin Museum Island and whether the arts are under fire.
In the Middle Associate, Steph Bennett interviews artist and Law student Hannah Buck about her art and recent illustrations for The Gryphon.
Our society editor Martha Sanders caught up with Elsa Bartlett, the Art society’s wellbeing officer, to find out how they have been using art to support students through the second wave of lockdown.
Despite its span of 400 years, many of the pieces at Leeds Art Gallery’s new exhibition ‘Natural Encounters’ capture a very current mood in their meditation on the human relationship with nature. It’s timing as […]
After seeing the other week Rishi Sunak’s comments about retraining, realising I’m doing a useless humanities degree, having a brew and a good cry, I hopped onto the National Careers Service website [available here] to […]
Ana Hill Lopez-Menchero discusses the history of political cartooning and its relevance to the 2020 political climate.