“Events”

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Event

Andrew McDonald closing events at Castlefield Gallery

Corridor8 invites you to join our current residency partners Castlefield Gallery and The International 3 on …

Event

Writer-led event at Humber Street Gallery

“Hopefully, somewhere in this writing…” Devon Forrester-Jones explores writing as a creative tool towards self-development. Part …

Review — 09.11.2017

Starless Midnight

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead

by Rosie Minney

Review — 08.11.2017

Alina Szapocznikow: Human Landscapes

Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield

by Liam McCabe

Interview — 06.11.2017

Political Activism in Paint: an interview with Lubaina Himid

Ferens Art Gallery, Hull

by Siobhán Forshaw

Review — 03.11.2017

Reality Check

The NewBridge Project : Gateshead, Gateshead

by Elisabetta Fabrizi

Review — 02.11.2017

Lisa-Marie Dickinson: Mother Tongue

serf studios, Leeds

by Karen Tobias-Green

Review — 26.10.2017

Review: Frequency Festival 2017

Lincoln

by Jacob Bolton

Review — 25.10.2017

David Sowerby: The Idles That Habit Forms

University of Leeds Project Space, Leeds

by Derek Horton

Review — 24.10.2017

Bluecoat: In the Peaceful Dome

The Bluecoat, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Review — 17.10.2017

This is Human

HOME, Manchester

by Emma Bosworth

Review — 13.10.2017

Marine Art: Ernst Haeckel

The Deep, Hull

by Jay Drinkall

Review — 11.10.2017

Miami to Morecambe: This Building for Hope

Morecambe, Lancashire

by Jack Welsh

Review — 09.10.2017

Turner Prize 2017

Ferens Art Gallery, Hull

by Orla Foster

Event

Bound Art Book Fair 2017

Throughout the weekend of 7 – 8 October we are pleased to announce that Corridor8 will …

Review — 27.09.2017

Black Blossoms at The Royal Standard: If We’re Going To Heal, Let It Be Glorious

The Royal Standard, Liverpool

by Grace Edwards

Review — 25.09.2017

Notes From Another India: Mark Lapore & Ruchir Joshi

Pavilion & Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds

by Richard Hudson-Miles

Feature — 21.09.2017

A Turn Out in Hull

Ferens Art Gallery, Hull

by Orla Foster

Review — 12.09.2017

Joseph Buckley: Brotherhood Tapestry

The Tetley, Leeds

by Georgia Taylor Aguilar

Opportunity

Art Writing Residency at Humber Street Gallery

Corridor8 invites proposals for an early career writer-in-residence at Humber Street Gallery, Hull. Fee, inclusive of travel costs: …

Review — 06.09.2017

Laurence Figgis: (After) After

Leeds Arts University, Leeds

by Karen Tobias-Green

Review — 02.09.2017

Jamie Reid: Ragged Kingdom

Humber Street Gallery, Hull

by Richard Hudson-Miles

Review — 16.08.2017

Echoes of Abstraction II and The Bottomless Pit of Outros

Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

by Kate Liston

Review — 03.08.2017

Lindsey Bull and Plastique Fantastique

Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

by Nathalie Mayer

Interview — 01.07.2017

Sarah-Joy Ford on Cut Cloth

The Portico Library, Manchester

by Elspeth Mitchell

Review — 27.06.2017

Migration

The Art House, Wakefield

by Lisa-Marie Dickinson

Review — 26.06.2017

Vertigo Sea

Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

by Selina Oakes

Review — 23.06.2017

Meikle, Frew & Raven: Ambiguous Utopia

The Northern Charter, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

by Liam McCabe

Residencies

Castlefield Gallery & The International 3: Spring – Summer 2017

Iris Priest was Writer-in-Residence at Castlefield Gallery throughout Spring – Summer 2017, coinciding with the exhibition Andrew McDonald (28 …

Feature — 02.06.2017

Art, Audience and Economy: How should we value the arts in the North of England?

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead; Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield; Tate Liverpool, Liverpool

by Tom Hopkin

Review — 29.05.2017

Bad Practice: A centre for collective action

Gallery II, Bradford

by Lara Eggleton

Review — 12.05.2017

Nicola Singh: The sounds are bouncing around us…

BALTIC 39, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

by Eleanor Benson

Review — 11.05.2017

Toby Paterson: Hatton Pavilion

Hatton Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

by Rosie Minney

Feature — 11.04.2017

Things, Money, Art, Work, Class

by Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau

Feature — 04.04.2017

The Learning Web: Thoughts on William Noel Clarke’s God Dead Confused

serf studios, Leeds

by Fred Mikardo-Greaves