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.
Chris On take us on their journey through a day at the Leeds Art Gallery during a global pandemic. From the impact of a one-way system on viewing art, to seeing the gallery as a featured character of each of the exhibitions, this article allows you to see what the gallery has to offer through a fresh pair of eyes,
Last Wednesday, a truck dumped 32 tons of fresh carrots outside the Ben Pimlott building at Goldsmiths University, in London. Despite passing students debating that the veg was a joke stunt, the pile was confirmed as an art installation by Goldsmith’s student, Rafael Pérez Evans. The piece is entitled ‘Grounding’, and is meant to be […]
The self proclaimed Burley Banksy has had several of his street art pieces vandalised, by an “anti graffiti” group. Ana Hill Lopez- Monchero reports.