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…

An International Approach: History of Art at SOAS

by Yana Shapkina, ARTiculation Alumni 2015   Art is an invisible thread that goes through the core of all societies in the world and links them with their past, present and future. It is a universal language that everyone could speak; it is a discourse that brings people together. Art is a mean of understanding…

Alumni Impressions

On Wednesday 14 December we launched the ARTiculation Alumni Network at The Bomb Factory Art Foundation. Alumni, gathered from the past 10 years of ARTiculation, recorded each other answering questions about ARTiculation and their love of art. Here’s what they had to say…  

Art History at Manchester

Holly Waterhouse, 3rd Year student at Manchester. Holly came to and assisted at an ARTiculation Discovery Day at the Whitworth in September 2016     I’m currently in my third year studying Art History at the University of Manchester and have really enjoyed both the course and the student life experience in Manchester. As well…