Matilda Neil loved the beautiful imagery in Ben Myers' latest poetry collection Heathcliff Adrift:
from via CuckooReview
Any more Cuckoo jokes to add to my (admittedly weak) repertoire?
This morning we are zine creating and notebook making with Amanda Robson and Susannah Pickering
Morning chaps, cup of tea then the Cuckoo Christmas fun continues....
Tag Archives: Exhibitions
REVIEW: Yellow Wallpaper. Women and Mental Health: An Evening of Art, Performance, Music and Writing @ Star and Shadow Cinema
Newcastle upon Tyne 11 November 2014 More about the Star and Shadow Cinema Review by: Antonia Velikova Yellow Wallpaper was definitely not what I expected. To be quite fair, I always seem to have expectations of exhibitions before I go … Continue reading
Hatton Gallery, Newcastle 20th September – 13th December 2014 More information on Screaming Steel at Tyne and Wear Museums Review by: Jacob Armstrong The First World War was a cataclysmic event in more ways than one, bringing forth the collapse … Continue reading
The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead 11th July – 12th October 2014 balticmill.com Review by: Hannah Ord As an art enthusiast, I have been a regular visitor to the BALTIC over the years and during that time have seen … Continue reading
Review by Aicha J. Krasik This museum simply astonished me. As soon as you walk into the building, silence falls. It really feels as though everybody who went in there wanted to pay their respects to the family by spending … Continue reading
BALTIC ART GALLERY 1-31 MARCH 2014 REVIEW BY: SAM TEASDALE Bruce McClure is a licensed architect living in Brooklyn, New York. In 1994 he began working with stroboscopic discs as an entry into cinematic pursuits. Since 1995, his film and … Continue reading
Hatton Gallery 25 January – 18 May 2014 REVIEW: EMILY PARK Everyone knows Norma Jean Mortenson, or Marilyn Monroe as she’s more commonly known. She was an actress, sex symbol and is still, to this day, the poster girl for … Continue reading
Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland 6 December 2013 – 8 February 2014 http://www.ngca.co.uk/exhibs/default.asp?id=195&prnt=18 REVIEW: FIONA LAWSON Wolfgang Weileder, originally from Munich, Germany, moved to the UK in 2000 and is currently Professor in Contemporary Sculpture at Newcastle University. Weileder’s … Continue reading