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a still image of a 3D render of a gallery space showing stairs leading up from the floor the viewer is on

Emerging Accessibility: Post-viral programming and disabled audiences

24.09.2020, by Izzy Kroese

A swirled ornate bread on a pale green background.

An Art Editor’s Manifesto

23.09.2020, by Lara Eggleton

An image of a picket line outside Tate. Several members of staff stand together with signs and placards about low pay and saving jobs.

The future for arts in the UK looks bleak – but there is power in a union

21.09.2020, by Lauren Velvick

Colour illustration from the 1800s showing sea anemones

Same Ocean

28.08.2020, by Nick Stephens

A blue cyanotype print with white silhouettes of figures- some stood in pairs and others individually.

Reflections of a curator in lockdown

04.06.2020, by Aidan Moesby

What is the future? Reflections from Blackburn

21.05.2020, by Laura Brown

A white wall gallery space with a lightwood floor and white pillars. Works are hung on the walls, and several people are gathered in the space.

Sara Barker: All Clouds are Clocks, All Clocks are Clouds

07.05.2020, by Holly Grange

People gathered in a light-filled gallery for a performance.

In their own words: New Contemporaries artists on using language in their practice

20.01.2020, by Lara Eggleton

An illustration in black and grey on bright yellow. A person crouches in the foreground, next to a body lying in a box, perhaps a coffin. In the background are two burning poles, a cluster of trees and a vintage car.

‘An inward looking outer space’: a brief history of Corridor

02.10.2019, by Hannah Nussbaum

A sculpture made of different coloured plastics in the shape of a ball. It looks like a face, with crosses for eyes and a long pointed nose. It rests on a yellow plinth.

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

30.07.2019, by Alice Bradshaw

She’s Eclectic: Women Artists of the Victoria Gallery & Museum Collection

14.07.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

A view of a gallery corridor, with a bright blue wall at the end.

Re-collections: Susan Hiller, Elizabeth Price, Georgina Starr

25.03.2019, by Amelia Crouch

The silhouette of a person in front of a light projection.

Being in the Ultiverse

20.02.2019, by Samra Mayanja

Artist Run Multiverse Summit

13.02.2019, by Lauren Velvick

Grayson Perry: The Vanity of Small Differences

24.11.2018, by Claire Walker

The List, Its Destruction and What This Means for Liverpool

17.09.2018, by Julia Johnson

People gather in a gallery space for a performance.

Adventures in Ekphrasis: a Report, a Consideration

12.08.2018, by Emma Bolland

Museums in a Post-Colonial Commonwealth: identities, issues and opportunities

01.05.2018, by Julia Johnson

A series of road signs in a gallery space.

Trade of Paper

27.03.2018, by Devon Forrester-Jones

A photograph of a projected image. It features a number of overlaid photographs and text in shades of green.


05.02.2018, by Emma Bolland

A gallery space with white walls and chequered floor. Several artworks are hung on the wall and a few are on the floor.

No Two People: Andrew Lister & Rosie Vohra

18.11.2017, by Liam McCabe

Writers Respond: Kirsten Luckins in response to Conscience and Conflict, British Artists and the Spanish Civil War

13.04.2015, by Kirsten Luckins

Writers Respond: Kirsten Luckins in response to Sabina Sallis, The Source of Resilience

19.03.2015, by Kirsten Luckins

Paraphrase, Contemporary Six

26.05.2012, by Alice Bradshaw

FutureEverything 2012: Blast Theory

22.05.2012, by Jessica Campbell

Manchester Salon Weekend 2012

21.05.2012, by Alice Bradshaw