Benji Kandler … Watch this space

Benji Kandler took part in ARTiculation in January 2016. Since then Benji has gone on to great things, including an Art History degree at Goldsmiths. The Association for Art History published an article for their Insights which describes how ARTicualtion can play a part in plans and ideas once you leave school. Here is a home-made…

Frieze Masters Education x ARTiculation

Emma Tucker took part in ARTiculation in 2016 and won our writing Prize designed with Frieze Masters. Emma will join the course  ‘How to Write About Art’ with the editor of Frieze Magazine Jennifer Higgie.    In October 2017, the ARTiculation organization offered Alumni the opportunity to attend Frieze Masters, an event organized by Francesca…

Why Study History of Art

  Hannah Fryman took part in ARTiculation when she was at school in Manchester. She now studies History of Art at The University of Birmingham. Hannah is president of her Art History Society and is working with ARTiculation to support students wanting to take part in the Prize. ARTiculation works with several partners across the…

An elegant contrast …

  Waves flutter and tumble gently onto the sands of Porthmeor Beach. The self effacing curves and crevices of the Tate St Ives lay behind. Beyond these sculptural walls lies 55 sq meters of gallery space. The new gallery fills with soft cornish daylight from five and a half meters above. Penetrating the glass panels…

Bringing home the importance of valuable conversation about art

Michael Beattie took part in ARTiculation in 2016 in Newcastle. Tim Marlow awarded Michael third Prize at the Finals in Cambridge. Michael is part  of the Alumni Network, supporting the team at events, speaking on behalf of ARTiuclation and taking part in public events such as this ‘on the beanbag’ conversation with Tim Marlow. Read…

Mayfair Art Weekend

By Kirstie McKernan, student at The Perse School, Cambridge Earlier this month I was delighted to attend the Mayfair Art Weekend. The sun was shining and London was framed in its full glory on such a beautiful day. With a range of events on through out the weekend, the central hub of all things art…

Blurred boundaries: ARTiculation Oxford Regional Heat

         By Chris Neal, ARTiculation Alumni 2016 On Wednesday 22nd February the Oxford heat of the ARTiculation competition was held at the Ashmolean Museum. This was the seventh year that the heat has been held at the Ashmolean, and this year was adjudicated by Dr Janina Ramirez, cultural historian, broadcaster and author….

The Strangeness of Modernity: ARTiculation Folkestone Regional Heat

By Hannah Laws, ARTiculation Alumni 2016 On Tuesday 7th February, the Quarterhouse in Folkestone was host to one of the many regional heats for this year’s ARTiculation Prize adjudicated by Richard Wentworth, artist and former Professor of Sculpture at the Royal College of Art. Six students participated in a fight for first prize with a…

Hippocratic Tree: ARTiculation at the Whitworth

Illustration and words by Miriam Dafydd, a 3rd year student at University of Manchester Whilst watching the young presenters talk, the force of their creativity, passion and talent was almost palpable. It was a precious and privileged experience to be introduced to the competitors’ interests, to the ideas they had read about and developed, and presented to us with…

Sea Music: The Story of a Collaboration

Molly Nickson took part in ARTiculation in 2014 and gained first place with her spectacular talk on Henry Moore’s public sculpture, Standing Figure Knife Edge. Here she writes in 3rd Dimension about another famous public sculpture, Anthony Caro’s Sea Music. From a distance, it is difficult to decide whether the edifice is an industrial structure, emerging…