Austin Taylor discusses the link between art and mental health, and looks at the potentially harmful motif of the ‘tortured artist’.
Max Ingleby delves into the subtle art of the illustration, and reflects on the impacts they can have on our imaginations as children.
Emily Pirie explores how Hockney’s paintings of spring represent the resilience and strength that can be found through art
Natalie Tongue highlights the cultural benefits to self-isolation
Jaysim Hanspal, Print Features Editor, interviews the inventive performance artist Richard DeDomenici
Niamh O’Riordan Mitchell reviews RAMM’s ‘Later’ Student Takeover’
Online Music Editor, Megan Frost, discusses some of her favourite pieces of art in children’s literature.
Rosanna Hill charts the history of tattoos and remarks on its prevalence today Tattoos are often viewed as a radical or rebellious choice (especially if you want to piss off your parents) but this body decoration has been a part of society for thousands of years. The oldest human tattoos ever uncovered in archaeology are […]
Jess Calcutt discusses the lack of spending on women’s art and how it may, or may not, change in the future.
Amelia Gregory discusses the responses to the art world being mediated by the Instagram experience The question to post or not to post is a common struggle in modern society, this dispute is particularly prominent within the realm of Instagram and art. As a self-confessed Instagram enthusiast, I must admit that you would not have […]