Fashion, arts, film: Can creativity help Ukraine?
The London rapper who should be on your radar
Ukrainian refugees: UK visa process is 'chaos'
Theatre's back, but digital access is in danger
News, Politics & Tech
Brick lane is home to the most vibrant culture and atmosphere, but it is threatened by plans for a mall.
A brief introduction to Shitcoins and a crypto investment group that go by the name DoNotApe.
We investigate the software that some say promotes unrealistic beauty standards through its filters.
Refugees flee Ukraine as Russia invades, and at the borders, neighbouring states work together to shelter and assist those in need.
How do we, an always hungry, always online audience, contribute to content creator burn-out? And how can those who suffer in their social media job get out of it?
We examine the future of road vehicles, including electric cars and trucks and sustainable new materials.
Government plans to restrict protest have been defeated by the House of Lords after a weekend of demonstrations. Artefact was in the thick of it.
We joined the UAL’s Carnival of Crisis to find out whether art can have an impact in helping to fight the climate crisis?
Life & Style
We examine the worrying rate that botox and other procedures are being carried out, should there be more regulations?
Manifestation, a concept that has become very popular of late. But what does it entail?
How to find time for and afford work experience and how to make yourself stand out from the crowd.
Is film photography just a trend that has come back into fashion or is it here to stay?
We investigates whether sign language, should be embedded in primary and secondary education.
Neelam Ahmed investigates the impact of limited representation therapy professionals and the further effects of this on clients.
We all have preconceived ideas about meditation and mindfulness, but do we actually understand what it is?
How the gender imbalance in Pakistan is making the country increasingly unsafe for women.
We go for a day out in Dubai to meet a group of Filipino workers who tell us about their lives.
We meet Colombian stylist and creative director Stephania Yepes and talk about her work after leaving her home country.
We hear from the artist, woman, feminist, entrepreneur, and icon, about her achievements, motivations, and aspirations
Want to get your art out there? We meet the organisers of an art fair that features the works of 100 emerging artists.
Artefact catches up with the eccentric and brilliant Brazilian artist Mona De Luccas.
We visit a solo exhibition featuring the work of Peruvian artist Rodriguez Cambana, curated by Arianna Mercado.
A profile of Egyptian minimalist photographer Farida Al Bustani, who shares the journey of her art and her life.
What’s the real story behind the Big Issue sellers and how have they fared through the pandemic?
We sit down with the influential writer and activist on climate justice, animal rights and alternative systems in fashion.
We talk to the co-founders of Conceivable Futures: a network encouraging people to actively participate in climate action and its intersection with reproductive rights.
We investigate the inner workings of the fashion retail industry and the impact it’s having on the climate crisis.
The world’s most misunderstood plant has many practical uses. We take a closer look at hemp’s potential within the fashion industry: history, trends and activism.
Entertainment & Music
In the second podcast of this series, we talk about how the music industry has shifted and what disadvantages artists could encounter on social media.
We examine how TikTok has been dominating the social media thanks to its catered algorithm and fast-paced nature.
She may be one of Egypt’s only female rappers but Felukah is currently dominating the hip-hop industry.
In the first podcast of this series, we discuss the story of Sub-Radio and how musicians have shifted their focus to TikTok.
Opinions & Reviews
We took the hugely popular family SUV for a spin to find out what changes have been made for the 2021 model.
We visit Ai Weiwei’s Rapture exhibition in Portugal, which highlights the dark reality of oppression which still exists around the world.
How Pablo Larraín’s Spencer has managed to capture the allure and humanity of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Fancy a night at the cinema? We review of Edgar Wright’s new psychological horror, Last Night in Soho.
MA Journalism edition
The film is a true biopic and sensitive portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II’s father and the vocal hurdles he faced, in particular, around public speaking, and his turbulent relationship with Logue. The question I pose, did it change societal attitudes in the long term and was it the catalyst for change?
The sensitive portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II’s father and his problems with public speaking, raised awareness of an overlooked disability
2022 is the year fashion brands are entering the NFT space, but this digital designer discusses how his early connection to fashion influenced his art as “The base of everything.”
The year is 2013. Miley Cyrus has just caused an uproar by twerking on stage in a latex bra and knickers at the MTV
Is the sad girl subculture still relevant in 2022?
Is the sad girl subculture still relevant in 2022?
At the recently concluded opening ceremony of the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, China once again provided a visual feast for the audience with
In a futuristic, sci-fi, yet oddly biblically archaic garden lies Montero, blissfully playing his guitar. Suddenly, he is approached by a serpent with recognisably
The idea of the ‘Instagrammable’ location has started to pervade every aspect of life for teenagers and twenty-something girls. The ‘Instagrammable’ space has leaked into the art world, as well, and following the astronomical success of the trailblazing Museum of Ice Cream, it’s an understandable shift.
From tattoos to indie tunes, the furry friend transcends time
At this point, 2016 feels like a hallucination. Rainbow coloured foods soared through Instagram feeds, people were posing like mannequins as Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles”