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Northumbria University will be one of the venues hosting this year’s AV Festival – the North East’s biennial celebration of contemporary art, film, sound and music.
Who was the People’s Choice?
The most popular artwork at The People’s Show 2016 at Northumbria’s University Gallery resulted in a double winner after a tie in public votes.
The People’s Show is back
One of the North East’s most celebrated open competitions for artists has returned to Northumbria University with a £5,000 prize named after the late Norman Cornish.
University Gallery reopens with launch of three new exhibitions
A triple-header of stunning new exhibitions by emerging artists opened at Northumbria University this week.
COMMENT: Turner shortlisted artist: the prize machine stifles art
Christine Borland, Professor of Art at Northumbria University, comments on The Turner Prize for The Conversation.
COMMENT: The many faces of Norman Cornish
As the University Gallery prepares to open its doors to a new exhibition of work by the late Norman Cornish, Gallery Director and agent, Mara-Helen Wood, discusses the famous artist’s life and works
University Gallery celebrates Norway's powerful landscapes
Paintings and prints by acclaimed Norwegian artist, Ørnulf Opdahl, will be shown at the University Gallery, Northumbria University in Newcastle this month.
Judging panel announced for new fine arts prize
The judging panel for a new national £40,000 art prize run by Northumbria University has been announced.
The Woon Foundation Painting and Sculpture Art Prize, launched by Northumbria graduate Wee Teng Woon in 2012, offers final year students of fine art the opportunity to win one of three major prizes and two consolation prizes each year, valued at £40,000, through his family’s foundation.