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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Rembrandt: Britain’s Discovery of the Master

The name Rembrandt surely feels like an imposing place to start when thinking about the world of art. But of course he himself rejected...

MUSA closed for extensive redevelopment

On Sunday 1 July, the Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA), closed its doors to enable the Museum to undergo an extensive...

Dundee V&A opening: “A living room for the city”

On Wednesday at 9 am I made my way across to Dundee to catch a glimpse of the sun-soaked oak panels of the dramatic...

After the Call: A review

After the Call was a strange collection of music, monologues and snatches of drama, all taking place in St Andrews Episcopal Church. The church...

“Enduring Gifts: 600 Years of Philanthropy in St Andrews”

The University of St Andrews has always prided itself on a close relationship with its local community and alumni. Now, that relationship is being...

International Women’s Day in St Andrews

International Women’s Day is celebrated on the 8th of March every year, providing an opportunity for everyone to promote gender equality and commemorate women’s...

Gilbert and George, The Beard Pictures and their F***osophy

Never have I read so many variations of the word ‘f***’ across one space within an hour. As a young (and rebellious?) student one would expect that my friends and...

New exhibition in St Andrews Museum: Kate Scardifield’s Ley Lines

Ley Lines is a unique exhibition to Scotland that spotlights the installation art by Australian artist Kate Scardifield. The exhibition is touring through galleries...

Basquiat: A look at the first large-scale exhibition in the UK

The most exciting exhibition that I have seen for a very long time. Jean-Michel Basquiat. Today an icon for the rebellious youth. Died from...

Greenspiration photography competition: An interview with Abi Reid

On a hectic Wednesday afternoon, I hastened from my tutorial and promptly made my way through the crowd at the Union. I was on...