November 29, 2019

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A Spanish artist who is most known for his innovative self-portraits, Eloy Morales joined InQuire’s Features Editor Tímea Koppándi to discuss his inspirations and methodology.

TK: Could you tell me a bit about yourself and how you got in...

November 29, 2019

Across history, there has been a perpetual conflict in regard to Native American identity, culture and space. Seeing as November has been declared Native American Indian Heritage Month (in August 1990 by President George. H. W. Bush), I have set myself the task of brin...

November 8, 2019

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Currently, the Beaney Gallery is showcasing the photography of Steve Bloom as he captured the political climate of South Africa in the seventies. The photography exhibit will run until the 19th January and is free to enter, so I woul...

November 6, 2019

Tensegritree Towers: image courtesy of Expedition Engineering - UK 

As you go about your daily routine around campus, do you stop and notice the several towering monoliths that peer down at you? Sometimes in the busy clamour of daily life, we often forget to take in the...

October 28, 2019

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Alarmingly, a recent study by the Mental Health Foundation shows that 75% of mental health problems are established by the age of 24, highlighting a desperate need for mental health awareness. While many traditional forms of therapy...

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‘Gutted’, a poignant black comedy set in a fish factory in 1980s Dublin, is an incredible work of ensemble performance, excellent display of acting from the performers and all in all a smart piece of theatre. As a drama student I w...

October 15, 2019

William Blake 'Europe' Plate i: Frontispiece, 'The Ancient of Days' 1827 © The Whitworth, The University of Manchester

This is the showstopper of the exhibition, printed huge for the Tate Britain exhibition Foyer.  Be prepared for a shock when you see its actual si...

October 15, 2019

 “They were killed trying to cross borders, because they were trying to get to a country to become safe.”

A fantastic blend of music, visual art, and storytelling depicting one person's journey through understandings of nationality, identity, and self-discovery. It was...

Image: Facebook | Matthew Bourne's New Adventures - Johan Persson

Breaking the societal boundaries that would have never been permitted in Prokofiev’s time.

Two bodies lying on a cold metal table. That’s the start of Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet which stirred an exp...

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