EXPERT COMMENT: The Turner Prize may seem out of date, but it created the UK’s contemporary art scene
Louise Wilson, Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Northumbria University, writes about the impact of Turner Prize on UK's art scene development and transformation.
Cat got the cream!
Northumbria University and Tyneside Cinema are delighted to announce Cat Auburn as the cinema’s new Graduate Artist in Residence.
Students help shift expectations of art and education with unique exhibition
Northumbria will next week host an innovative end-of-year show by Masters’ students working across Fine Art and Education.
Two Northumbria students among winners of prestigious £40,000 art prize
Becca Halliwell-Sutton has been announced as the winner of this year’s Woon Foundation Art and Sculpture Prize following a record number of submissions.
Unique exhibition ‘fuses’ together innovative student artwork
A Northumbria Fine Art student has helped organised collaborative art exhibition that brings together work from the city’s two universities.’
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.
The Woon Foundation Prize 2016 is open for applications
Student artists from across the UK can now apply for one of the UK’s most generous arts prizes. The Woon Foundation Prize, jointly hosted by Northumbria University, Newcastle, and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, offers an exceptional opportunity for final year undergraduate fine art and sculpture students.
Artist named as new Warwick Stafford Fellow
Stuart Tait has been named as the latest recipient of the annual Warwick Stafford Fellowship in a unique package worth more than £20,000 to the artist.
Unravelling the mysteries of famous medieval map
A Northumbria University scientist is part of a ground-breaking new project which is using modern technology to reveal the secrets of a medieval map of Britain.
Northumbria’s Master of Fine Art students display first glimpse of their work
Students from Northumbria University’s Master of Fine Arts (MFA) programme will launch an exhibition this Thursday at BALTIC39 in Newcastle.
NORTHUMBRIA INVADES LONDON’S ART WORLD WITH POP-UP MURAL
The street art installation, which will showcase current students’ work from Architecture, Art, Design and Media, is one of a series of guerrilla art invasions created to mark Northumbria’s presence at the annual Free Range Art and Design shows held at the Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane.