As a nation we may not agree with choices that were made in 2019 - but a new decade is upon us and there has been no better time to learn from the past and focus on building a future in a society we wish to live in. That’s exactly what we’re working on, and we can’t wait to share it with you.
Being a creative can be tough. For all the time you spend doing what you love, you’ve got to put in the same number of hours trying to get others' attention and making the money you need to sustain yourself. These lessons will help you along the way.
Contemporary landscape painter, Tori Tipton, explores our emotional response and attitudes towards the natural environment. Her work is an amalgamation of recollections, observations and experiences. Amidst these ambivalent forces of nature, one can retreat from civilization and reconnect with the earth.
6 books that will spark creative minds to develop their craft and inspire those around them.
Get into the festive spirit this December and explore the array of Christmas markets and winter fairs that the UK has to offer! Whether you’re looking for gift inspiration, or simply want to indulge in mince pies and mulled wine - you’re sure to find something to enjoy from this month’s top picks.
Understanding the value of your work as an artist is the first step towards being able to, not just survive from your passion, but thrive.
Completing an application can be daunting; particularly when it comes to arts festivals that are often on the look out for new and engaging work. To help you navigate the process, we asked three festival organisers: what do you look for in an application when curating your festival?
Zealous Stories: Craft winner, Steven Edwards, aims to share the material / maker relationship with the viewer by creating work that emphasizes implied movement. Fascinated by process-led making, he uses traditional techniques to explore unanticipated outcomes.