My Five Year Old Could Have Done That
Artist Kayt Hughes, the winner of the Woon Art Prize 2015-16, has recently launched a stunning exhibition of all new work at Northumbria University.
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Eight graduating artists will tonight launch a stunning group exhibition built around the metaphor of a river estuary and its status as a site of shifting and concealed meanings.
International art world acclaim beckons for Northumbria graduate
Artist Joanna Hutton has been invited to exhibit at a prestigious European exhibition less than a year after graduating from Northumbria University, Newcastle.
Woon Art Prize winner’s work exhibited at Gallery North
Striking artwork from the winner of prestigious Woon Foundation Art Prize 2014 will has gone on display at the Gallery North this month.
Students praised for architecture designs on proposed £12m project
Architecture students have been applauded for their work on a planned £12m project to develop a new education facility in Northumberland.
Judges selected for £40,000 Woon Arts Prize
The judges have been announced for a major national art prize run by Northumbria University, Newcastle.
Shining a light on student enterprise
Enterprising Northumbria University students are celebrating business success after winning awards for their innovative products.
Prisoner artwork exhibition sparks research
A Northumbria criminologist is researching the positive impacts that curating an exhibition of prisoner artwork can have on vulnerable young people in Gateshead.
Seeing the benefit of art
The effect of viewing art on people’s cognitive processes and emotions is being analysed as part of a research project by Northumbria University.