@ THE ASHMOLEAN by Sophie Hume and Sneha Alexander DO you recognize this image? Honestly, if you’ve been in Oxford at all in the last couple of months, the chances are that you’ve already made awkward eye contact with this particular damned soul. Clutching himself in horror, surrounded by flames, he stares out from every lamppost, … Continue reading REVIEW: “WILLIAM BLAKE: APPRENTICE AND MASTER”
HIDE AND SEEK It never was a close run thing; me, crouched behind some half forgotten tree waiting like the horizon for the inevitable, you, stalking through dusk, a rifle in your hand, both everywhere and nowhere, your breath the only sign that I had lost. There was no holy grail here, the only lighthouse … Continue reading POEMS: HIDE AND SEEK & THE JOURNEY
by Sneha Alexander
by Freya Moffat
Graphite pencil on cartridge paper. By Sneha Alexander.
Taken on Port Meadow in pitch darkness, the camera reveals what was almost completely invisible to the eye. By Izzy Mathie
by Naomi Eve Barker
Have a look at The J.A.R's festive collection of Christmas Haikus (PDF version). Thanks to all those who contributed. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Over summer, The J.A.R collaborated with Overview, a zine inspired by the overwhelming feeling of compassion astronauts experience when looking at planet Earth, known as the Overview Effect. The final product transforms an A4 piece of paper into a minute booklet of poems and photographs from St Anne's and beyond. Great thanks for all contributions! … Continue reading OVERVIEW