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Saturday, November 17, 2018

Locked in: Art in progress

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

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.

Zaha Hadid: an obituary to a trailblazing architect

Zaha Hadid, the legendary architect and woman, died in Miami last week whilst being treated for bronchitis, after having a heart attack at the...

Cult film of the week: Attack the Block

Before he was battling aliens in Star Wars, John Boyega was...battling aliens in south London

In My Room: a student art exhibition in a Regs bedroom

Art in a bedroom - explained!

Bailey’s Stardust exhibition shines through

Until 18 October, Bailey’s Stardust is on exhibit at the National Gallery in Edinburgh. Curated and directed by David Bailey himself, this blockbuster exhibition is a retrospective of...

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.

Don’t overlook local artists when it comes to arts and crafts

"A gift shop may be an unlikely place to discover hidden talent, but I can assure you that you will not be disappointed. You may be surprised to find out about the great wealth of talented artists and designers that this small town has to offer."

Preview of INTROSPECT: Experiences with Mental Illness

Eilidh Reid finds out more about a new creative exhibition in the St Andrews art scene.

Art Gallery Safari: A Review of ArtSoc: Collective

Elizabeth Perry shares her experience of Art Society's Collective.