Zealous Stories: Performance winner, Lanre Malaolu, is a director, choreographer, writer and performance artist based in London. Lanre's work is an unflinching exploration of social and political worldviews, which aims to enhance, challenge and rouse conversation about our own ideals.
We are committed to equality for the black community. Here is what we are doing to best support the black community at this time, and beyond.
Zealous Stories: Sculpture winner, Camilla Hanney, is an Irish artist living and working in London. Camilla’s practice explores themes of time, sexuality, cultural identity and the corporeal. Her winning installation investigates both the fragility of the human condition and the complex nature of our desires.
When normality shifts humanity depends on creativity to evolve. Here are 6 tips on how we as individuals and businesses can leverage creativity at this time.
Zealous Stories: Mixed Media winner, Alysia Webster, is a visual artist based in Northern England. Alysia's energetic work aims to recreate the feeling of being immersed in the landscape, and the ever-changing weather against the unyielding mass of the mountains.
Zealous Stories Photography winner, John Angerson, explores the different languages of documentary photography, focusing on how specific communities form, shift and develop. John sets out to report England as it really is, and was; embracing the spirit of English novelist J. B. Priestley.
This is our time to prove that arts organisations are there for them even in the most adverse of times. Here's how running a competition can help support our communities now in isolation, give our team a shared purpose and ensure, that when our doors open once again, our audiences return to us and our funders are inspired to continue supporting us.
We have worked hard to understand how we can serve you meaningfully during the COVID outbreak. Here's what we are doing to support you as best we can.