The QT

Tuesday 23 July 2024

Edition 8

My life through a lens: Victoria Wai

It was an Eternal concert at Newcastle City Hall in 1994 which first got Victoria Wai into photography, but it wasn’t until 2019 that she made it her job. “After years of having a day job to pay the bills where I was getting more discontent I finally bit the bullet,” says the South Shields-born …

A feast of Easter fun

Got your Easter holidays all planned and sorted?  Me neither. Hence, I thought it might be useful if The QT rounded up a tasty selection of stuff which is happening over the bank holiday weekend and beyond. Not much more to say, really. Let’s get cracking*. *This will be the only egg-related pun you’ll find …

One artist pays homage to another

When James Lowther, head of visual arts for The Maltings (Berwick) Trust, visited Matilda Bevan’s studio near Hexham, Northumberland, he asked which artists had influenced her. Immediately she mentioned Thomas Hennell so plans were laid for an exhibition in Berwick’s Granary Gallery that would include his work and her artistic responses to it. There could …

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