28 November 2022
Just launched: Season 2 of The Art Persists Podcast
The Art Persists Podcast offers a glimpse into the life of artists and activists. Each episode features interviews with artists who share their experience art to stand up to the world's more feared regimes, and individuals working to protect them.
29 July 2022
An introduction to the impact of mass shootings on the mental health of survivors
A look into the effects mass shootings have on the mental health of survivors, explained by psychologist Dr. Daniel Mosley.
26 May 2022
Freddie Fiction unveils new single 'Lie To Me'
Singer/songwriter, producer, director, and social activist Freddie Fiction has decided to start 2022 with an unbelievable take-off. Releasing his first new single of the year, ‘Lie To Me’, matched with an electrifying new music video.
18 October 2021
Body image regarding the arts. is it a problem? lets discuss...
11 October 2021
Glasgow café hands out handcuff keys ahead of COP26
The Pink Peacock café offers eco-protestors universal keys for the purpose of "dearresting" themselves after police intervention during climate demonstrations.
5 October 2021
Data+creativity: Gen Z, Art and Culture in digital space
Last week I attended the Data+creativity: Gen Z, Art and Culture in digital space launch zoom. This zoom launch followed the newest report following national youth trends in 2020 and how these can be expressed through different art forms. The report uses art by Antonio Roberts and his interpretation of the data labeled ‘Pop Up’.
4 October 2021 – 29 October 2021
Join the team at the Foyer Foundation
The Foyer Federation Careers is advertising the opportunity of a Young Trustee for the Foyer Federation Board of Trustees (voluntary).
14 June 2021
How climate change is reflected in contemporary art
We know art has the power and the mission to convey a message in a way that moves people. How are contemporary artists talking about climate change through their pieces?
4 June 2021
Interview with climate change environmentalist, Paul Lodry
"If nothing is done to reach sustainable development in 2030, we will be in an international apocalyptic era. There is no second earth."
19 April 2021
Prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy activists imprisoned
The fallout of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong in 2019 against mainland China has led to several prominent activists being sentenced to prison by a Chinese court.
26 November 2020
Instaviews with Ella Greenwood
This week's Instaviews is with filmmaker and mental health activist, Ella Greenwood and it's one you won't want to miss.
28 October 2020 – 18 November 2020
Songwriting for Expression and Activism
A fantastic FREE online opportunity for 12-18 year olds to explore approaches to songwriting, including lyric development, melody, rhythm and harmony, guided by experienced songwriters.
23 September 2020
Interview with with Shaniqua Benjamin, activist and writer
In the following podcast, you'll hear the edited audio of Sienna’s live Instagram interview with writer and activist Shaniqua Benjamin.
21 July 2020
Decolonising the climate movement
Dissecting white environmentalism, the intersection of anti-racism and climate movements and highlighting the importance of solidarity
25 May 2020
Youth and the Climate Crisis
The voice of the youth is essential to tackling climate change.
13 October 2019
Activists: passionate people taking action
Why do we feel inspired by activists?
19 October 2019
National Centre for Writing and Young Norfolk Arts will explore youth engagement in the arts on Saturday 19th October.
30 September 2019
The Red Turtle a Feature Film Review
A review of the entrancing feature film The Red Turtle primarily produced by Studio Ghibli and Wild Bunch animation studios. With current events in climate change I believe The Red Turtle could not have been more timely.