What course do you study and what year are you in? I study History of Art and Archaeology and I’m in 2nd year. What does your work aim to say? I think an overall aim is difficult to isolate. I strongly believe in the concept found in Death of the Author which in this case … More Student Artist Spotlight: Rémy Großmann
Over the past week, Mark Zuckerberg has sat in front of two Senate committees in Washington to answer questions on how Facebook has operated over the past 14 years. Amid concerns of Russian interference, data harvesting, and more, the founder of the company received questions with often scripted responses that artfully dodged senators’ attacks. However, … More From Civil to Digital Rights: The Wider Issues the Zuckerberg Hearings have Uncovered
With a new editorial team, comes bright new ideas! Skye brings us Street Watch, a feature dedicated to the weird and wonderful street art around this great city, and sometimes a little further afield. Check out the next magazine for more Street Watch! -Owain Campton, Editor-in-Chief Last month saw Glasgow’s most up and coming … More New Feature: Street Watch!
On 11 November 2018, a full century will have passed since the end of World War 1. Also known as The Great War, it was the first truly global conflict in history, resulting in the loss of millions of lives and considerable material damage, as well as a legacy of unresolved imperial and nationalistic issues, … More Words of WW1
Whenever I think of hellfire, I think of the classic song from Disney’s dark, but powerful musical “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”. However, this isn’t the same thought that comes to mind when the Pope thinks of the concept, in fact it seems he thinks of nothingness when he envisions hellfire… Last Thursday, Pope … More Hell Hath No Fury!
Last month, the Art Appreciation Society (GUAAS) highlighted a number of amazing student artists as they hosted their [Your Text Here] exhibition at The Project Café. It was a wonderful opportunity for all to come together and admire the skill and passion a number of our students at U.of.G, have for the arts. Over the … More Student Artist Spotlight: Sophie Bryer
The Glasgow University Art Appreciation Society (GUAAS) brings together group of arts enthusiasts who organise weekly events in the hope of exploring different aspects of Glasgow culture. Through the society, they aim to bring people with similar interest together and help them discover new venues and lesser known cultural events in the city. This year, … More [YOUR TEXT HERE]: A Fresh New Art Exhibition!