Alumna reviews New Art Centre Heat

By Enid Zhang On 11 March, the ARTiculation Southern Regional Final was hosted by New Art Centre on Zoom Webinar. Eight talented individuals delivered a variety of insightful and informative talks. The heat’s adjudicator was Alice Workman, Senior Director, Cultural Centres Europe, Hauser & Wirth. Our first speaker, Anan, brought us his presentation about Beijing…

Alumna reviews Birmingham Heat 2021

By Emily Feibusch ARTiculation Alumna (recent graduate of History of Art, University of Birmingham) The Midlands ARTiculation Regional Final was hosted by The Barber Institute of Fine Arts on Zoom Webinar (11.02) and was a spectacular and engaging morning. Dr Sarah Turner, adjudicator and Deputy Director for Research at the Paul Mellon Centre, congratulated the…

Alumni can’t get enough of ARTiculation 2021 – Review

By Emily Feibusch ARTiculation Alumna (recent graduate of History of Art, University of Birmingham) Congratulations to the eight speakers from the South West Regional Heat hosted by the Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village last Thursday (28.01) on Zoom Webinar. The morning was varied, including an ancient historical landmark, an interactive contemporary installation, conceptual multi-media, as…

Alumna reviews Online Regional Heat! #articulationprize2021

By Emily Feibusch ARTiculation Alumna (recent graduate of History of Art, University of Birmingham) A big thank you to the seven speakers who took part in the ARTiculation London Regional Heat hosted by The Courtauld Institute of Art on Zoom Webinar last Thursday (21.01.2021). They provided insightful, personal and expressive accounts of their chosen artworks….

Review of Beverly Art Gallery – Rooted in History

ARTicle written by Senah Tuma, ARTiculation Ambassador (University of York) The Beverley Art Gallery, like many galleries, is in a time of flux. The gallery is responding to Covid-19 and its impact on the art world. I had the chance to talk to curator Helena Cox who granted me an inside look into the Beverley, not…

Review of National Museum of Wales – The Power of Land

ARTicle written by ARTiculation Ambassador, Neave Cunningham (University of Cardiff) – Supported by the Art Fund There are few things that I missed more during the lockdown period more than a rainy day visit to a gallery. I was elated when I learned that my ‘local’ museum was finally reopening its doors once again. Having…

Review of Upside Gallery – The concrete jungle of Bournemouth

ARTicle written by Eleanor Ball, ARTiculation Ambassador (University of Lincoln) – Supported by Art Fund The traditional ‘white cube’ indoor gallery has long been the basic mould for contemporary art exhibitions. However, it is also true that galleries and art establishments are trying, more than ever, to expand upon the curatorial rules to produce an…

Review of V&A Dundee and the Mary Quant Exhibition

ARTicle by Alexa Dewar, ARTiculation Ambassador (King’s College London) – Supported Art Fund As I walk in, I’m not sure what to expect. I have ventured to the V&A in Dundee, eager to see an exhibition about fashion. It is one of the first days of reopening. I have to wear a mask – hand…

ARTiculation Ambassador reviews Ashmolean Southern Final

ARTicle written by Farren Fei, ARTiculation Ambassador (University of Oxford) The 2020 Southern Final at The Ashmolean Museum truly encapsulated the spirit of the ARTiculation Prize, founded to encourage young people to talk about visual culture. Each speaker engaged with art in his or her own way. As adjudicator Andrea Rose commented, they brought their…

ARTiculation Ambassador reviews the BALTIC (North East Final)

ARTicle written by Polina Timina, ARTiculation Ambassador (Durham University) I arrive at the BALTIC early. This is the first heat I’ve experienced – I am excited to listen, to learn, to be part of someone else’s artistic identity. On the ground floor of BALTIC is Joy Labino’s superb solo exhibition ‘Our histories cling to us.’…