20 January 2023
A Good Storyline Makes a Theatre Show - By Rebekah Leslie
I explore the question of what makes a good theatre show and argue that the storyline is key.
21 November 2022
The Case agaisnt fast fashion
What is fast fashion and why is it important to talk about? I've examined the effects of fast fashion,such as the social and environmental impact, but also how fast fashion brands get away with stealing designs from smaller artists.
23 October 2022
Project report on Cultural sessions for Brownies Girl Guiding
Overall Project review of sessions I ran with Brownie Girl Guiding. This overview includes how my leadership qualities have developed and I have learnt from my experience. Any things I would change for my next project.
4 October 2022
Pay and Conditions in the Gaming Industry
A piece written for Gold Arts Award by Aaron inspired by the story on poor pay and working conditions for staff working on the game Elden Ring.
16 July 2022
Exploring commitment anxiety in Big Red Machine and Taylor Swift’s ‘Renegade’
Analysing how the lyrisicm of 'Renegade' communicates messages relating to modern-day dating culture.
4 July 2022
The toxicity of celebrity culture in the music industry
Analysing the career journeys of two of the biggest names in music, Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato, to delve into the toxicity of celebrity culture on female musicians.
24 June 2022
The Battle of VAR 2
The Empire is attempting to put down an attempted insurrection on the planet of VAR 2. The Rebels have popular support and great numbers, but the Imperial garrison has more advanced weapons.
15 June 2022
Is cotton sustainable and environmentally friendly?
Discover the extent of the impacts of everyday material cotton and if we should be concerned by it. Read about the contribution of cotton to environmental deconstruction and if cotton can be labelled as sustainable regardless of if it is organic.
10 June 2022
Gold Arts Award Unit 1 D: LGBT+ Representation in Media
For part D, I have focused on LGBTQ+ representation in media. Throughout this essay, I have vocalised my opinions on this issue using the historical context for the present-day situation as a way to show how and why my opinions have been formed.
27 May 2022
Do Women artists get enough recognition?
This essay is about ‘do female artists have less recognition for their art work compared to male artists?’
26 May 2022
Research about Child Actors and the Harassment they got from the Press-by Amy
Information about various Child Actors and the Harassment they faced.
Content warnings for; Harassment, Sexual Harassment, Eating Disorders and Substance Abuse.
16 May 2022
International Garden Photographer of the Year Exhibition
I attended an outdoor exhibition at the Cambridge University Botanic Gardens. There was a collection of images, all focused on outdoors, and they were absolutely stunning.
12 May 2022
Interpreting unpopular fashion from the Met Gala
Delving into some artistic interpretations of the 2022 Gala's most "disliked" garments.
26 April 2022
Is Photography Art?
Gold Arts Award-ee Tobias Holden-Locke discusses photography as an art form, presenting both sides of the argument as to whether all photography is art.
13 April 2022
Is Theatre losing its importance in the modern world?
For my art argument, I chose to explore the question of whether or not theatre is losing its place in the modern world.
6 April 2022
Question: Why do more people in Cornwall watch rugby than brass bands?
For the last two months, I have researched a topic which is close to me, myself being involved in brass banding.
Below are my findings as well as people's opinions on this matter.
20 March 2022
Storyboard & Animation Project with Jay Clarke
During 2021 we linked up with our Patron, Storyboard Artist Jay Clarke who delivered an amazing three day Storyboard & Animation Workshop over Zoom; enabling a group of children aged 8-15 to learn alongside an industry expert.
17 March 2022
'Behind the Scenes' says it all!
Working as a team we are constantly learning from each other [...]. As a result we are stronger as a group & feel listened to & valued. Lorraine Smith, end2end TV Director & Arts Award Adviser