London-based artist and activist Virginia Nimarkoh speaks of her brainchild, Lambeth Larder, her fight against food poverty and her love for Brixton
Met Police workshops make UAL students fearful
UAL Students Union raise concerns over police officers coming onto campus to run safety workshops.
Bel Jacobs: From editor to animal rights campaigner
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.
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.
COP26: How to improve climate reporting
How can journalists improve the reporting of the climate crisis? We attended a recent Women in Journalism event, “Our role in climate reporting”, to find out.
Creating hope in times of crisis
Ivo Belohoubek details his activism-led filmmaking covering some of the most devastating natural disasters of the last ten years.
Justice4Grenfell: A voice for the voiceless
We meet the people behind Justice 4 Grenfell to find out why they have chosen to generate their own news content for their campaign.
UAL lowest paid staff are being outsourced. Take a glimpse at the passionate team of students and faculty trying to stop this injustice.
Exhibition | The Crying Room
Tania Brugruera aimed to create an experience that was targeted at provoking your senses.