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Friday, February 21, 2020

Abolished but not abandoned: Slavery close to home

“Slavery can feel so distant as it does not affect us or anyone we know. Yet, we are unknowingly so close to what is happening.”

Art galleries in St Andrews and beyond

Amanda Levinson showcases art galleries worth visiting, both in and outside the Bubble.

Power and identity: Romans at the McManus Gallery

Miriam Chappell explores McManus Dundee's exhibition 'Roman Empire: Power and People'

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...

Going. Going. Gone to W4rh0lF4nB0y.

It’s the beginning of a new month, and for students and those in employment this means one glorious thing: money. Suddenly my cup-a-soup lifestyle...

Alasdair Gray: spheres of influence

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

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...

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...

Jack Vettriano retrospective at Kelvingrove

Art & Design sub-editor Ruairidh Bowen takes in the controversial artist's latest exhibition

The bubble’s best creative outlet

On last week's misty Friday night Art Soc hosted the Creative Lock-in, an event at the Byre running through the night from 11 pm...