16 October 2020
Learn to dance with Project X
Voice caught up with Scotland based dance company Project X about how they have weathered the COVID-19 storm, and their upcoming projects, as part of the Artist Workshop with Voice series, funded by Arts Council England.
14 October 2020
Arts Council England reopen DYCP funding for individuals
£18 million will be allocated over the next 12 months to help cultural and creative practitioners develop their creative practice.
17 November 2020
Hangout with Voice: The arts in 2025 - continued...
The world has changed, the world is changing. The arts and artists have always been at the forefront of revolution, they instigate change, they respond to change.
6 October 2020
Interview with Roseanna Anderson and Josh Ben-Tovim, New Creatives
Roseanna and Josh talk us through the creation process for their New Creative piece, titled BLAST.
6 October 2020
‘BLAST’ reflects on the growth of modern art in the early 1900s.
26 September 2020
Theatre in Lockdown: Sleepless in Seattle!
In this second post, Gigi talks about her experience seeing the first non social distanced, indoor musical of the post-covid era, 'Sleepless in Seattle' at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre.
21 September 2020
How to celebrate art #LoveArtsAward15
As part of the celebrations of 15 years of Arts Award, we're running a competition to find out why you love the art you do. £50 arts voucher anyone? Yes please!
19 September 2020 – 30 September 2020
#LoveArtsAward15 competition win a £50 voucher!
2020 marks the 15th year since Arts Award launched! To celebrate we're running a competition to find your creative responses to #LoveArtsAward15, with a £50 arts voucher as the prize! Get your paints, cameras, voices or dancing feet ready as we'll be asking you to make something special to share your love for art.
15 September 2020 – 28 September 2020
HomeGrown 31 are commissioning young creatives from the West Midlands
HomeGrown31 is seeking proposals from West Midlands based artists/creatives aged 18 - 35 to create innovative socially engaged or issue driven art.
30 August 2020
The Society of Spectacle: Kanye West and Politics in 2020
Great beats, shame about the rest...
26 August 2020
Interview with Rhiannon Faith, choreographer
In the following podcast, you'll hear the edited audio of Sienna’s live Instagram interview with Rhiannon Faith, the day after her show Drowntown Lockdown premiered online.
14 August 2020
The Viability of the Arts in the Virtual World
For my arts issue, I decided to weigh up the pros and cons of the arts existing in the digital world if theaters and galleries could not reopen due to the pandemic.
8 October 2020
Dance with Project X: Artist Workshop series with Voice
Twist and turn, lengthen and strengthen, flex and float and wave your body with multi-disciplinary Project X, an organisation who platform dance of the African and Caribbean Diaspora. Sign-up to more free skills share workshops in the Artist Workshops with Voice series.
30 July 2020
How to get into the film industry and get funded by writer, director and choreographer Margo Roe
Voice caught up with writer, director and choreographer Margo Roe about how to enter the film industry, what it's like being at Edinburgh Fringe festival and where to begin when creating your own choreography for film. Margo Roe is a writer, director and choreographer from the Midlands, UK.
27 July 2020
Anna Hamann, Gold Arts Award achiever
Anna shares her Gold Arts Award experience
25 July 2020
Can the arts survive Covid-19?
Tayo and Emma discuss how the vital arts and culture sector have been impacted by Covid-19, and what needs to happen to save them.
13 July 2020
How to Choreograph for Film with Margo Roe
Voice caught up with writer, director and choreographer Margo Roe about how to enter the film industry, what it's like being at Edinburgh Fringe festival and where to begin when creating your own choreography for film. It's part of the Artist Workshop with Voice series, funded by Arts Council England.
8 July 2020
Do Arts Subjects in Schools Matter?
For a long time we have been fed the narrative that arts subjects don't belong in schools. So I decided to dig a little bit deeper. Why do people feel this way about these subjects? And is there any substantial evidence to support their views?