At the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

Altair Brandon-Salmon ponders the significance of the Royal Academy's annual Summer Exhibition

Class and conflict in the works of Leonora Carrington

Priya Khaira-Hanks explores the surrealist's attempt to come to terms with her class identity

Those Who Follow review – “an appreciation of some too often...

Matthew Roberts explores the different faiths of modern Oxford, as presented in the exhibition Those Who Follow

Facing walls

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

Holidays: Cherwell Visuals competition

Whether you spent the vac away or at home, send your holiday art to cherwellvisual@gmail.com for a chance to see it in print

At the Royal Academy: Matisse in the Studio

Altair Brandon-Salmon explores the Royal Academy's latest exhibition, Matisse in the Studio

Old&New: Turl Street’s tradition

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

Old&New: Songs of displeasure

Sydney Gagliano on being open-minded about overlooked art

The Road of Dreams

Travelling was once a life-and-death decision, not just a leisurely impulse

A woman weaving herself into history

Hypnotising acidic colours scream out for Anoushka Kavanagh’s attention

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Collage showing textile waste and impacts of the fashion industry on the environment

Fast fashion means a slow death for the planet this Christmas

Kat Cooper explores the true environmental cost of high-street fashion
A woman walks down a snowy path with trees lining it. She is wearing a coat and carries a black bag over her shoulder.

Making myself at home

"When you're here for most of the year, making this city your true home is a feat that seems impossible."

Union refute Purple Turtle allegations of “childish” behaviour

According to the Union, negotiations were only "impeded by the impossibility of an agreement on rent."

Oxbridge must take responsibility for ‘systemic’ access issues

A centralised admissions system and greater contextualisation could offer a solution

Eight private schools dominate Oxbridge admissions

The Sutton Trust suggests universities introduce a 'geographic element' to admissions policies