If it’s not nice to look at, is it really art? Madeleine visits Watt Space’s new exhibition ‘What IS Art’ and talks to Stephen Cotterill about how his unconventional work challenges our understanding of art.
In honour of Mother’s Day, Yak reached out to our own mums, and those in the community, to find out “what does motherhood mean to you?”
In the aftermath of the 2017 budget, Monique Aganovic greets a welcome distraction. In the wake of a new budget, rocky international relations, and the effects of climate change rapidly consuming the planet, Eurovision 2017 […]
Daniel Armstrong got into a sneak preview of the brand new Get Out, to see if comedians can make horror great again.
The king of modern rap returns to the streets as Kung Fu Kenny on DAMN., his fourth studio album. Nikola Jokanovic assesses the hype.
Ahead of UON’s Live on the Lawn Festival, Monique Aganovic talks to featured artist Gretta Ray about her music and her success since winning Triple J Unearthed.
With Groovin the Moo coming up, self-confessed live music junkie Jessica Worboys gives her top tips for to what to do and what not to do whilst attending a festival.
Sophie Austin met Newcastle’s most cute and clever at the 2017 Dog Olympics to write the “fluff piece” of all fluff pieces.
Monique Aganovic talks to UON PhD student Vanessa Lewis about “A Brush with Eggs”, her new Wattspace exhibition that combines the traditional art form of tempera painting with homages to some of Australia’s greatest artists.
Nick Smit describes why the new Zelda game is a breath of fresh air