Director Alistair Hudson explains the way forward for one of the region's major cultural institutions
We turn our gaze onto what is the best building in the North East and ask experts for their opinions
Teesside University's Prof Gerda Roper taken in the latest in the Artist Rooms series of exhibitions features Louise Bourgeois who died in 2010
Putting this magazine together every month is an eye-opener. There’s always so much going on, particularly in the summer when, these days, one festival seems to blend seamlessly into the next
Outdoor theatre companies are entertaining in beautiful locations across the North East
Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art goes back to the 50s for a new exhibition Art and Optimism in 1950s Britain
The March 2014 edition of Culture magazine is out now. If you missed your copy in The Journal newspaper, you can read it online here
The Jar Family are returning to the road at the end of November and early December for a handful of live dates
A Tees Valley partnership will unveil its plans today for a programme of events on the impact of the First World War in the area
IF you're running low on ideas to avoid half-term parental meltdown, Sam Wonfor offers a slice of culturally-seasoned sanity.
The new head of Arts Council England was born and brought up on Teesside – and he’s on a mission to see “excellent” arts and culture made accessible to all.
IF you were asked the question what have Picasso, Rule Britannia, Andy Warhol and Journey South got in common, would you be able to give a sensible answer?
WE might not have been picked as the Capital of Culture, but the region clearly has every reason to celebrate a happy new year – and beyond.
THE last few years have seen an extraordinary number of new cultural buildings opened across the North-East and an equal number of impressive refurbishments.
Mima in Middlesbrough is one of the UK’s finest galleries. The gallery brings together exhibitions of fine art and craft from 1900 to now.
COULD your property compete against the hottest new developments in the North-East?
Held annually, the awards recognise the cream of the region’s property crop, looking for excellence in innovation, planning, design, workmanship and value for money.
From rubber bands to ceramic treasures... David Whetstone reviews the second exhibition at mima in Middlesbrough.
Properties ranging from an art centre to an office block have been flagged up as some of the best the region has to offer.