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Saturday, February 22, 2020
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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...

In defence of Art History: an open letter to the government

After the announcement of History of Art being axed from the A Level curriculum, one student makes an impassioned plea for its continuation.

Alasdair Gray: spheres of influence

Eilidh Tyler Reid guides us through an exhibition of Alasdair Gray's works and influences

Matisse in the Studio: a visit to the Royal Academy of...

Remember the Matisse Cut-Outs at the Tate Modern back in 2014? You don’t? Well I certainly do! The linearity, the simplicity of form, the...

The strengthening relationship between the arts and mental health

Creative expression is becoming rapidly accepted as an extremely useful resource for those living with mental illness, both through increasing awareness and knowledge, and in providing people with an opportunity to use art as a coping mechanism.

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...

Anthony Caro at Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House in Derbyshire is famous for being a beautiful example of English Baroque architecture, and is the current host of a collection of...

Monet and Cezanne at the National Galleries of Scotland

Sophia Latorre-Zengierski strolls through the ‘Impressionist’s Gardens’

A day of On The Rocks brought to November: On The...

This Saturday the 24th On The Rocks will be hosting On The Pebbles, a one-day teaser of next semester’s festival compiling 10 major events...

Good Press Gallery

Good Press gallery is a newly opened venture in Glasgow that’s well worth a look. An independently run gallery and bookshop, it presents visual...