This week, TIM SQUIRRELL plunges into the sinkhole of insatiable self-criticism.
ROSIE JEWELL wants an explanation from modern art.
LEAF ARBUTHNOT enjoys an evening of infectious intellectuality at Love Art After Dark.
The Tab talks arty indulgence and ‘saggy realness’ with Coralie Malissard, Lizzie Marx and Zac Rose, the brains behind Love Art After Dark, a nocturnal Art event.
We’re halfway through term, and the culture tree continues to bear delicious fruit. Sample it for yourself…
BETH SWORDS talks to Cambridge Creatives about bringing direction to the world of Cambridge art and their analogous relation to soft drugs.
KATIE FORSTER talks to Mercury Prize nominees ALT-J about festivals, illegal downloads and surprise encounters with Cambridge drinking societies.
King’s Art Centre delivers a vision with precision for RUTH MARINER.
UPDATE: The Museum’s silent alarm system was not linked to the police.
There will be new Chinese Jade on display at the Fitz just weeks after the break-in.
New inter-faith art exhibition hangs from a series of question marks for RUTH MARINER
LEAF ARBUTHNOT enjoys something, but this time: it’s inedible.
Kettle’s Yard does big things with a small space for RUTH MARINER
HOLLY STEVENSON gives you the low down on this week’s culture. Which, for the philistines involves drinking games…
Can a bonsai tree and some furniture rearrangement brighten your mood? WILL PITHERS certainly thinks so.
The dreaded week has struck, but POPPY MORRIS is at hand to give you reasons to turn that frown upside down.
It’s week 8 – you’ve made it! Culture Editor HOLLY STEVENSON is here to guide you around the best events of the week, and give you a celebratory pat on the back.
Nursing a Dirty Double-related hangover, Culture Editor HOLLY STEVENSON feeds you the comforting soup of Culture as Week 5 hits.