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A fragmented still from a film is reflected in dark liquid seeping on the gallery floor. The reflected image is upside down, but it shows a person with their eyes shut and mouth open.

Lou Lou Sainsbury: Earth is a Deadname

07.03.2023, by Even Allen

Photograph of a stone carving from Warrington School of Art which says 'School of Art' in sandstone with carvings of fruit and plants above.

Arguments About Art Schools

04.02.2023, by Bob Dickinson

An image of an art installation in a shopping centre. There are a series of projected images and lights in the darkened space.

The front line of creativity: contested art in non-art spaces

08.12.2020, by Paul Drury-Bradey

A person's face wrapped in a face mask and bandages, with their hair covered by a cap. Two hands hold either side of their face to massage it.

Taus Makhacheva: Hold Your Horses

16.03.2020, by Pamela Crowe

A black and white photgraph of a boggy river running through an woodland framed field.

Nii Obodai: Of Natural Magic 

07.12.2019, by Jay Drinkall

Photograph of a gallery, including a sculpture on wheels, a screen showing a film and artworks hung on the walls.

Ecstatic Rituals

05.10.2019, by Richard Hudson-Miles

A person stands in a gallery looking at an installation. The light is orange and the work features projections and repeated patterns.

Footnotes on Equality

02.10.2019, by Paul Drury-Bradey

A view of an artwork in a gallery. It is a large wall hanging or mural, made from fabric. The background is shiny gold, and it features shapes that look like legs and bodies.

Frances Disley: The Cucumber Fell in the Sand

30.09.2019, by Tessa Norton

A wooden A-frame sign advertising Ground Zine Fair, Zines and Books.

Ground Zine Fair 2

08.02.2018, by Jay Drinkall

An image of two porcelain jugs. Both have been painted on by the artist, who has added tender portaits of black people to both. The paintings are vivid and overlaid on the existing patterns of the pieces.

Beyond the Wilderness Years: Lubaina Himid and the Turner Prize 2017

11.12.2017, by Orla Foster

A colourful painting. It features a group of five black men and women in a blue and red room, with an arched window looking onto the sea. The characters interact at a bench, some seated and some standing. One woman has a goose head.

Political Activism in Paint: an interview with Lubaina Himid

06.11.2017, by Siobhán Forshaw

A person stands in a gallery with a colourful painting by Lubaina Himid

Turner Prize 2017

09.10.2017, by Orla Foster

Art Writing Residency at Humber Street Gallery

06.09.2017

A gallery wall featuring a number of wheatpasted posters referring to British history and culture.

Jamie Reid: Ragged Kingdom

02.09.2017, by Richard Hudson-Miles

A photographic portrait of two young black women, standing in front of a sign and arrow that reads 'ladies'.

Anita Corbin: Visible Girls Revisited

09.08.2017, by Orla Foster

2017 Writing Residency Programme Announced!

20.03.2017