You’ll know when you see a artwork by Stephen Snoddy, he has a very distinctive style. I think it’s the mix of the bold colours and geometric shapes. But I hear you, there are lots of artists that work with bold colours and geometric shapes, but not like Stephen Snoddy does.
Here we interview the amazing artist and curator, Martyn Lucas. Martyn is based at Cross Street Arts, Wigan, and creates paintings, collages and community projects too!
According to Art Net News only 13.7% of living artists represented by galleries in Europe and North America are female. This is unfortunately the sad truth and just one of the many statistics exposing the gap in gender equality within art and society.
We are so excited to hear that galleries are starting to open again. One of the first galleries that is opening this week is Saul Hay Gallery, (Wednesday 17th June).
t’s about time we share with you the amazing team that has been helping me in these last few months with Cotton On MCR. These girls are an absolute dream, hard-working, creative, upbeat and a proper laugh!
We asked for something a little different, a lot Manchester, and little bit Christmassy, that is exactly what we got when Agathe Dananai submitted her design for the Cotton On crazy Christmas card competition
‘Bloody Martin Parr!’ That’s all we could say when he replied to my email which I sent on a whim. ‘I can’t believe I’m going to interview Bloody Martin Parr.’
I recently wrote ‘The Problem with my Art Degree’ which received a lot of feedback from like-minded students. So I wanted to hear more about what is currently going on in our Universities.