New print journals have arrived!

Lots of exciting new print journals have been arriving in Zone 3 of the library this week. (Follow the blue signs for journals through the learning centre – see map at foot of post.) Browsing the journals is a great way of keeping up to date with upcoming shows, events and research.


Tate etc. Cover

Tate Etc. uses Tate collections, events and projects as starting points to explore the visual arts scene on an international scale. In the current issue there is a fascinating article about Lancashire-born artist Leonora Carrington, ahead of a show of her work at Tate Liverpool 6th March – 31st May 2015.

“She composed texts in three languages, was ambidextrous, and could write with both hands simultaneously backwards and forwards.”


Ceramic Review


“Ceramic review is a bi-monthly journal for potters, students, enthusiasts and collectors. Included in this issue is Deiniol Williams, who once dug his clay from his parent’s Welsh farm; John Ward reveals how the Preseli mountains’ outcrops and strata on Welsh beaches are a constant stimulus, and Alan Parris takes students through an exciting open –air firing of Raku ware.”


a + u – Architecture & Urbanism

A+U cover

a+u – Architecture & Urbanism – is an architectural magazine in Japanese and English that provides information on architecture around the globe to a global readership. This month’s edition explores 25 Projects in Latin America. One of these projects is Germán del Sol, Hotel Remota in Patagonia, Chile.

A+U Hotel Remota

Follow the blue signs for journals through the learning centre: 

Zone 3, Floor 2: A- H

Zone 3, Floor 3: I- Z and archive.



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