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Film Reviews

Show Me The Picture

Alfred George Bailey’s Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall is a documentary portrait of the American photographer. Marshall is considered by many to be ‘the Godfather’ of music photography, having photographed legendary events such as the last live show of The Beatles, Woodstock, Jimi Hendrix putting his guitar on fire and Johnny […]

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Features

The road to eco-friendly cities: could our streets be car-free?

Have you ever noticed how much space in city is taken up by cars? The precise numbers are difficult to calculate, but according to some estimates, in US cities like Houston and Dallas car parking can take up as much as 70% of urban land. Now let’s try to imagine that space taken over by […]

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Art Culture

Landmarks by Transient, Patriothall Gallery

The half an hour stroll from the university’s central campus to see Landmarks was truly worth it. Hidden in one of the courtyards of the marvellous Stockbridge, Landmarks was the inaugural exhibition of the collective Transient, connecting six photographers currently based in the UK. The exhibition invited its visitors to engage in six different and […]

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Art Culture

BP Portrait Award 2018, Scottish Portrait Gallery

This month, up until 10 March, the Scottish National Portrait gallery is hosting the BP Portrait Award. Originally organized by London’s National Portrait Gallery and already running for the 39th year in a row, this competition aims to encourage artists to develop portraiture in their works and is considered to be the most prestigious portrait painting […]