Old&New: Songs of displeasure

Sydney Gagliano on being open-minded about overlooked art

Home is where the art is: Yu Hong

Queenie Li explores Chinese feminist Yu Hong’s artwork

Facing walls

Art by Mark de Courcy Ling following Cherwell's portrait photography competition

The Winning Shots

Results of the portrait photography competition are in! Was your photo selected? Check out our best submissions here

Old&New: The potential of oranges

Sydney Gagliano reflects on the question of modern art’s accessibility

Democratic Art Republic

Queenie Li produces her version and vision for art, open to all and owned by all

Readers’ Photo Competition: deadline approaching!

Final call! Send your best portrait shots to cherwellvisual@gmail.com by Wed 15 Feb for a chance to see your work in print!

Old&New: Turl Street’s tradition

Turl Street Arts Festival now becomes a platform for Oxford’s celestial art

Brazilian vis-à-vis

From the beaches of Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro, the megalopolis of São Paulo to Maceio, these photos illustrate the diversity of environments and people that can be found in Brazil

Review: Lubaina Himid’s ‘Invisible Strategies’

Ewan Davis explores Lubaina Himid’s Invisible Strategies at Modern Art Oxford

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Union prepares for Bannon protests

Hundreds are expected to protest at the Union, after yesterday's tense vote sees the Bannon event go ahead

Jesus College accused of controversial evangelical group ‘cover-up’

Jesus is now the third Oxford college to have hosted Christian Concern in recent years, along with Exeter and Trinity, whilst LMH is currently considering whether or not to host the group

Students raise safety concerns over ‘extremely frightening’ Park End queue

“It was an extremely frightening experience; several people were experiencing panic attacks."

Don’t confuse free speech with hate speech

The Union’s series of predictably shocking speakers are anathema to our values

Union Standing Committee vote to continue with Bannon event

Officials voted narrowly to not cancel the event, despite pressure from student groups