Art

W.W.W (World Wide Working)

Devised by Anastasia Philimonos, the W.W.W. exhibition presents borders between nations as problematic, with the development of the internet as a beacon of much-needed change. This is all well and good, but having nearly walked straight past it, I...

The Jill Todd Award

The Jill Todd Award is an annual competition intended to support early career talent in photography, open to recent graduates. Described by Roberta McGrath (Stills board member) to nurture graduates as, “persons economically unforgiving...

Turner in January

  The new year is the best time to start thinking of this year’s summer escape. The joyful Christmas period has passed leaving behind a grey, sludgy January in its wake with promises of gales and drizzle. With divine timing, or a promise made...

Colour And Light

Colour and Light is a powerful exposé on the use of colour in tapestry and weaving. Based in Dovecot Studios, it explores the work of seven weavers, and two gun tufting artists doing apprenticeships and working in the studio itself. Collaborations...

Acts of Dis Play

When an exhibition is introduced as aiming to “unsettle the convention of the ‘explanation’, to foster an empowering, uncertain and open series of encounters”, it can go one of two ways: be rich in meaning and ideas, or have very little...

The Student Newspaper 2016