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Sunday, November 18, 2018

Locked in: Art in progress

Ever wondered where the artsy folk of St Andrews gather to channel their creativity?

Pottering through the summer

Recently this summer I had the wonderful time to attend a two-week hand building pottery class that focused on surface design techniques. The class...

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...

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...

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...

Bridget Riley at the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art

Francesca White stumbles upon a modern 'Op' artist - famous for her use of geometric form and bright colours.

3D printing allows you to create your very own Picasso

The art world is changing, and 3D printing is at the fore of this Renaissance.

RETENTION: an exhibit to remember

ArtSoc's upcoming Martinmas exhibition deals with the ups and downs of human memory – often cherished, but rarely reliable.

Art and soul: the world’s most expensive Bacon

Ruairidh Bowen asks why someone would pay $142m for Francis Bacon's disturbing triptych

On the Rocks: ArtSoc exhibition – Heritage

ArtSoc's bold exhibition was hugely original and a great success