The End is Nigh

Catherine McLaughlin So today marks the final day of Northumbria University's Fine Art Degree Show. It all closes at 4pm so get yourself down to catch a final glimpse of all the amazing work on display. I will be doing my final performance in Gallery North at 2:30pm which is both exciting and unbelievable. It will … Continue reading The End is Nigh

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NUFA16

Tyler Coop I can remember being in my first year of uni and looking up to the third years thinking it was impossible that one day I would be putting on a show. I've always kind of felt that when I looked up to older students even at school; I remember wondering how people sat … Continue reading NUFA16

Northumbria University Degree Show 2016

  Jack Davison It's degree show season at the moment which is why I have been so absent from this blog. It's nice to finally sit back and be able to enjoy the artwork without the stress of deadline, rushing around like a madwoman and having to juggle so many things. Today marks the start … Continue reading Northumbria University Degree Show 2016

Vinyl Icons: Persian Pop and Turkish Psychedelia Part II

'Vinyl Icons: Persian Pop and Turkish Psychedelia' is a unique exhibition unlike anything I've seen in Newcastle before, despite having lived here for almost three years now. This show  perfectly encapsulates what contemporary art represents. It is about making art in the present and using this as a platform to reflect and comment on the world … Continue reading Vinyl Icons: Persian Pop and Turkish Psychedelia Part II

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

It's weird, but sometimes the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is the thing that makes me feel most Scottish! That's not because there's a bunch of Scottish memorabilia in it - far from it! Instead there's an impressive collection of artworks ranging from Francis Bacon, to Andy Warhol, to David Hockney, to one of my … Continue reading Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

In Time

It's always funny looking back at old artwork. This is because I look at it with all of the feelings and emotions I was applying at the time of its creation, yet I'm also looking at it with my more current artistic views. So there ends up being this two-way reading of a work. What I felt then and what I feel now. … Continue reading In Time

If Only…

I was looking through some old photos on my laptop and came across some snaps I'd taken years back at the exhibition 'From Death to Death and Other Small Tales: Masterpieces from the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and the D. Daskalopoulos Collection'. I could kick my younger self! If only I could go back … Continue reading If Only…