26 May 2020
How to use the Voice portfolio function in your Arts Award
Follow this simple guide to help collate your Arts Award portfolio
13 May 2020
How to: Be eco-friendly on a budget
A hot topic at the moment, and for good reason, but how can you save the world when you’re trying to save your bank balance?
17 March 2020
How To: Continue your dance training during quarantine
Dance Teacher and Choreographer, Lucy Dyson, shares her top tips on how to continue your dance training from home in the midst of self-isolation.
31 December 2019
An insight of our planning approach to events with Mozilla Festival 2019
At the end of October 2019, 12 years since I achieved my Gold Arts Award, I had the pleasure of working on my 4th Mozilla Festival - an international festival of technology and culture; this year with a focus on healthy artificial intelligence (AI).
7 October 2019
How to interview arts professionals
A five-step guide to make those interviews less awkward and more fruitful.
5 August 2019
How to perfect your Gold Award arts debate
A seven-step guide to constructing your Gold arts debate...
14 March 2019
15 Steps To Save The Planet
Climate change. What really is it and what can we do to help?
31 May 2018
How to review a dance performance
Top tips from leading dance critics on how to review dance performances.
9 May 2018
How to write an arts interview
Interviews in general are pretty terrifying. What do you say? What don’t you say? How do you act? What will they think of you? Have no fear my friend! Follow this guide and you’ll be the best interviewer around.
23 February 2018
How to write an awesome review of a music event
I’m not going to lie - music events are most definitely my thing, as I love getting to hear all kinds of music and write about it in an epic review for Voice!
8 December 2017
How to use Photoshop to create a poster
You've organised an event? Great job! But now you've actually got to promote it. Don't worry! Let me show you how to make the best graphics out there using Photoshop Elements 15.
11 January 2017
How to Perform at Brighton Fringe
Brighton Fringe is England's largest arts festival and one of the largest Fringe festivals in the world. It's completely open access, which means anyone with a show or an event can take part.
2 August 2016
How to...do stop frame animation
The art of animation is a difficult one to grasp, but here's an easy way for you to try for your yourself
5 April 2016
How to...form and express your opinion
We begin to form opinions from a very young age.
5 April 2016
How to...present your arts practice
You've decided you're going to take up dance classes or start learning to play the guitar as your arts practice for your Arts Award. Great!
5 April 2016
How to…find an arts placement
At some point when taking your Gold Arts Award, it will come to Unit 1 Part B, which is all about getting involved in the Arts World.
9 March 2016
10 ways to...get a career in film
Here, Steffan Zachiyah from BBC3's Transgender: Back to Jamaica discusses his top ten tips for getting a career as a filmmaker.
21 December 2015
How to...make DIY Christmas gifts
Tis the week of Christmas, which is so often filled with last minute panic. Maybe you don't have the money, haven't had time for shopping or are just out of ideas…whatever the reason, instead of panicking and battling through the crowds to find something, why not try some cheap and easy DIY Christmas gift ideas? After all nothing says Christmas better than homemade presents with a personal touch!