9.3 C
Saint Andrews
Saturday, February 22, 2020

Getting artsy in St Andrews: where to create and inspire

Lydia Cruz recalls her experiences with St Andrews' creative societies

Germaine Greer, reintroducing Aboriginal art to the masses

Men’s Health, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, FHM, Tatler, Aesthetica.These are all glossy magazines, full of information and compelling images, and I don’t believe that compelling is...

New creative Factory in St Andrews

Polly Warrack reports on the Art History Society's attempt to bring Andy Warhol’s Factory to the Barron Theatre

Art On The Rocks

La vie est faite de petits bonheurs. This means that life is made of small instances of happiness. It also means that I don’t...

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...

The reinvention of painting

London, New York, Paris: we would traditionally associate these cities as centres of the world’s cut­ting-edge modern art. We would not, however include St...

Vandalism and vegetables: the Delacroix defacement debate

Apparently your little finger is as strong as a carrot, and biting through it would be just as easy were it not for your...

Duchess sits for portrait after heavy Lizard lash

“I wake up in the morning feeling like K Middy”… words sang neither by Ke$ha nor me. Whilst Kate and I studied the same...

A Night of Art – review

Rauiridh Bowen reviews a night of art and cocktails at The Golf Hotel

Blockbuster year for art

2012 will surely be a year that people remember.  The Olympics and Paralympics, the Diamond Jubilee, the re-election of Obama, a new James Bond...