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c/o The Students’ Union

The Courtauld Institute of Art

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Issue 14

(December 2016)

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Issue 15

(February 2017)


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Issue 1

(December 2012)


July 16, 2017

Arctic Thirst, 2014, gouache on paper, 10.25” x 14.5”, from the Watershed Series

Currently working in Port Townsend, Washington, the artist Karen Hackenberg talks to us about her recent trip to London, environmental concerns in the age of Trump, and her latest work.


April 4, 2017

 Illustration by Ellen Charlesworth

To pip

One of the reasons of my moving to the UK five years ago was to explore the British side of my identity. Having inherited a British passport from my dad, born in London fifty years ago, I did not feel that my upbringing in Paris...

March 8, 2017

City of Hope, Mehdi Ghayanloo (Image courtesy of the Howard Griffin Gallery)

Having just finished a solo show with the Howard Griffin Gallery, Iranian Artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo will be visiting the Courtauld Institute to discuss his work:

7pm, Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre...

You’ve probably already come across the Courtauld SU statement that was circulated last Monday. The Students’ Union is holding an all-student referendum on the 20th of January on our position as a student body regarding the NSS (National Students’ Survey) boycott on TE...

June 2, 2016

The latest installment in a line of ‘blockbuster exhibitions' sweeping Europe, the National Gallery's ‘Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art' has received mixed reviews. Well, mixed in the sense that they vary from neutral to outright condemnation.  


March 8, 2016

 Illustration by Ellen Charlesworth


The 24 year old Londoner George Mpanga, better known as George the Poet, is a socially motivated poet, spoken word and recording artist. After attending a state grammar school in Barnet, George went on to study sociology, psychology...

February 24, 2016


Nestled next to the British Museum and free with an art fund card, this celebration of the bicentennial of James Gillray’s death is a gem of an exhibition and is well worth the five minute walk. 


Packed into two rooms, the motley collection of satirical cartoons are p...

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(Autumn 2019)