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“It’s what you feel, not what you know”: an evening at...

On a chilly evening in mid-September, Exeter Contemporary Open opened its doors for the preview of its fourth year at Exeter Phoenix, transforming the...

It’s not about the music anymore: Glastonbury from another perspective

The economy of human hedonism; people pass in droves innumerable. They flatten in colour over the horizon as I look through the flaps in...

Free the nipple: a lesson in life-drawing

When I first considered modelling for a life-drawing class, I was pretty gung-ho about it all, and emailed into the University’s Art Society to...

The Boat Shed

There is something truly magical about the Quay on a bright, clear evening. After winding your way down through the hustle and bustle of...

Paddon Award with prize of £125 now open

The University of Exeter’s cross-arts award, also known as the Paddon Award, has now opened its applications to students with a top prize of £125. The...

48 Hours in Naples

Getting There EasyJet, the cheapest option, flies from Stansted where flights can cost as little as £30pp. Book at least a month in advance, as...

Switching things up

As you walk into the Tate Modern’s new wing, the first thing that hits you is the overwhelming industrial feel of the building; the...

48 Hours in Florence

Florence, Italy: renowned for its creativity, momentous impact on the arts, huge variety of ice-cream and of course, as my friends wistfully noted, ‘Italian...

When does art become pornographic?

On 10th April, Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi was found guilty of sexual obscenity and fined 400,000 Japanese Yen (or $3,500), for sharing 3D prints...

The Rise of Modern Art

At some point in the history of art, something happens with contours. They lose importance and slowly start to fade away before disappearing or...