Exploration — 30.07.2019

Surviving or Thriving? How visual artists in Yorkshire respond to being called ‘resilient’

by Alice Bradshaw

Interview — 16.08.2019

Caustic Coastal x Corridor8

Caustic Coastal, Salford

by James Schofield

Review — 12.08.2019

Eileen Simpson and Ben White: Open Music Archive

Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

by Claire Walker

Review — 10.08.2019

Mat Collishaw: The Nerve Rack

Ushaw College, County Durham

by Mike Golding

Review — 09.08.2019

John Akomfrah: Ballasts of Memory

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead

by Sara Makari-Aghdam

Review — 08.08.2019

Steve Messam: Hush

Raby Estate, Upper Teesdale

by Dave Pritchard

Review — 07.08.2019

Collette Rayner: Tests on Previsualisation. Tests on Dredging. Tests on Floaters.

Two Queens, Leicester

by Louis D'Arcy-Reed

‘Resilience is Futile’ Publication Launch

Corridor8 and Yorkshire & Humber Visual Arts Network will be launching their first collaborative publication at The …

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New Writing with New Contemporaries – artists announced!

To coincide with this year’s annual exhibition, New Contemporaries is piloting an innovative two-phase programme: New …

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Yorkshire Sculpture International / Corridor8 writing residency

Deadline: Friday 29 March, 2019. Apply through Curator Space. Fee: £1,500 inclusive of travel and subsistence …

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YVAN / Corridor8 writing residency

Deadline 22 February, 2019. Apply through CuratorSpace. Yorkshire & Humber Visual Arts Network (YVAN) and Corridor8 …

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New funded programme 2019-2020

We are thrilled to announce that we have successfully received ACE match funding for eighteen months …

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‘Nicola Dale: Figurehead’ closing event and launch

Closing event: Thursday 31 January 5-7pm Blenheim Walk Gallery, Leeds Arts University, LS2 9AQ Join us …

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Call Out for New Writers

Corridor8 is looking for new, enthusiastic writers to review exhibitions and events across the Northern ‘corridor’. …

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Review — 16.06.2019

Chloë Brown: A Soft Rebellion in Paradise

Doc/Fest, Sheffield

by Holly Grange