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Preview: LGBT’s Queer Arts Festival

The Saint sat down with LGBT Officer Fallon Sheffield who enlightened us on her committee’s ambitious festival, Queer Fest, which celebrates the contribution that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people have made to the art world.

Edinburgh National Gallery’s Titian exhibition fails to match its London counterpart

The masterworks still speak for themselves, but their exhibition left a lot to be desired

Monet and Cezanne at the National Galleries of Scotland

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

An insight into the Union’s design team

Eilidh Tyler Reid talks to Nathalie Mitchell about the University's design team, and what they can do for you.

A dying artform?

With the Internet as an increasingly dominant forum for the distribution of music, what is to become of the album artwork that graced the...

Heather Phillipson takes us back to nature at the DCA

This autumn at the DCA, we are treated to emerging talent Heather Phillipson’s impressive suite of works, with the perplexing title ‘sub-fusc love-feast’

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.

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...

What on earth is Art School Stole My Virginity?

Is Clayton Pettet's upcoming performance art piece genius, or just bizarre?

Getting artsy in St Andrews: where to create and inspire

Lydia Cruz recalls her experiences with St Andrews' creative societies