Lara Eggleton

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Lara is an art writer and historian based in Leeds, and editor at Corridor8 since January 2016.

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Review — 11.11.2018

Construction House: Order & Limitations

S1 Artspace, Sheffield

by Orla Foster

Feature — 30.10.2018

Ways of Making: Mir Jansen and Penny Withers

Yorkshire Artspace, Sheffield

by Lucy Holt

Review — 27.10.2018

Rachel Adams: Lowlight

Bloc Projects, Sheffield

by Orla Foster

Review — 27.10.2018

Sheffield Round-up

Sheffield

by Louis D'Arcy-Reed

Review — 28.09.2018

Poly-Technic: We Are Not An Island

Sheffield

by Simon Boase

Opportunity

Writing Residency at Leeds Arts University

Apply through Curator Space by 21 October 2018 Corridor8, in partnership with Leeds Arts University, invites …

Event

Artists and Writers Unite! How to break into the world of art writing

Friday 12 October 2018 / 10am-4pm Roco Creative Coop, 342 Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 Free / …

Exploration — 12.08.2018

Adventures in Ekphrasis: a Report, a Consideration

Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds

by Emma Bolland

Event

BALTIC Self-Publishing Artists’ Market

This Saturday 21 April Corridor8 will be taking part in the very first BALTIC Self-Publishing Artists’ Market , …

Event

Aggregate closing event and publication launch

Join us on 29 March 2018 for the closing of Aggregate: Fritha Jenkins and Edna Lumb at Leeds Arts University Gallery and the launch of our latest collaborative publication

Exploration — 27.03.2018

Trade of Paper

Humber Street Gallery, Hull

by Devon Forrester-Jones

Feature — 07.03.2018

Ways of Making: Markets, gardens and points of connection

Yorkshire Artspace, Sheffield

by Lucy Holt

Exploration — 05.02.2018

OR IN THE WAY WE WRITE IN A DREAM. Do you see?

by Emma Bolland

Review — 11.01.2018

…into the labyrinth

The International 3, Salford

by Tom Emery

Feature — 18.12.2017

Trust New Art?

by Tom Emery

Review — 04.12.2017

Brass Art: Gestured

Chetham's Library, Manchester

by Catriona McAra

Event

Writer-led event at Humber Street Gallery

“Hopefully, somewhere in this writing…” Devon Forrester-Jones explores writing as a creative tool towards self-development. Part …

Opportunity

Art Writing Residency at Humber Street Gallery

Corridor8 invites proposals for an early career writer-in-residence at Humber Street Gallery, Hull. Fee, inclusive of travel costs: …

News

Do our survey, win a prize!

Please help us get a better idea of who our readership is and what their reading …

Feature — 02.06.2017

Art, Audience and Economy: How should we value the arts in the North of England?

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead; Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield; Tate Liverpool, Liverpool

by Tom Hopkin

Review — 01.05.2017

Somewhere Becoming Sea/ Chris Dobrowolski: Washed Up Car-go

Humber Street Gallery, Hull; The Deep, Hull

by Derek Horton

Review — 11.04.2017

Aleksandra Domanović: Votives

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

by Simon Boase

Review — 07.04.2017

X≠Y: How to put up a shelf (V)

Leeds College of Art, Leeds

by Karen Tobias-Green

Feature — 04.04.2017

The Learning Web: Thoughts on William Noel Clarke’s God Dead Confused

serf studios, Leeds

by Fred Mikardo-Greaves

Opportunity

Call for Proposals: Art Writing Residency at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

Proposals invited from early career writers based in the North. Deadline: 21 April; Fee, inclusive of travel costs: £1,000...

Review — 24.03.2017

Disobedient Bodies: JW Anderson Curates The Hepworth Wakefield

Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield

by Elspeth Mitchell

Review — 24.03.2017

FYI: Rory Macbeth × Institutional Collaborative Systems

Surtsey Projects, Liverpool

by Maja Lorkowska

News

2017 Writing Residency Programme Announced!

Corridor8 is delighted to announce two new writing residency programmes with partner institutions Castlefield Gallery & …

Review — 20.03.2017

Bethan Hughes: Softbodies

University of Leeds Project Space, Leeds

by Hayley Toth

Review — 04.03.2017

PISIN: Works from the Carl Mooncalf Collection

serf studios, Leeds

by Lisa-Marie Dickinson

Review — 03.03.2017

Ailsa Read: The Witches Walk

Leeds College of Art, Leeds

by Karen Tobias-Green

Review — 22.02.2017

Dora García: These books were alive; they spoke to me!

The Tetley, Leeds

by Rebecca Levick

Feature — 14.02.2017

Latent Voices: How public art of the past can speak in the present

Henry Moore Institute, BALTIC, Bessie Surtees House

by Amelia Crouch

Review — 13.02.2017

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blip blip blip, Leeds; East Street Arts, Leeds

by Jack Shirlaw

Feature — 09.02.2017

What if John Wayne were a woman?

Leeds College of Art, Leeds

by Elspeth Mitchell

Review — 02.02.2017

Floordrobe

Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, Leeds

by Lisa-Marie Dickinson