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

Readers’ Photo Competition

Have some great Instagram shots of your college pals? Or portraits of people you met while travelling abroad? Send cherwellvisual@gmail.com your best portrait photos by Wed 15 and see your work in print!

Walking the pilgrim’s way

Looking back at his exhibition 'We will meet', Alvin Ong tells Sophie Jordan of his walks along the thin line between memory and fiction

Home is where the art is: Helen Pinkney

Bill Freeman investigates his artist godmother’s inspirations and her relation to the process of creation

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Letter To: My Incoming College Children

You will make friends, you will fit in. Plus, you always have our college family!

Uni ‘spends £108,000’ to recruit each additional low-income student

Recent analysis also suggests no connection between the proportion of students from poorer postcodes and final exam scores

India’s legalisation of gay sex is India’s success, not the West’s

Western coverage of India's overturning of Section 377 was at best uninformed and at worst insulting

The Art of Small Talk

At the beginning of October a hormonal mass of teens, infused with adrenalin and trepidation, will descend on Oxford for a week of clumsy...

The ‘Brideshead Revisited’ reputation haunting Oxford

Is there any truth in the fictional portrayals of the University?