8 March 2023
Online Shop founding team hopes to bring MMORPG's back to the mainstream
Explore the world of Babylon, a classic MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) that puts you in a world of 7th Century AD Europe, China, Egypt and South-East Asia.
20 February 2023
Whitechapel Gallery and their work with young creatives
Whitechapel gallery mixes young people with artists to explore the creative sector in depth.
12 December 2022
Want my job? with creative designer and art director Khutina Griffiths
"It’s ok and necessary to fail at things. There is nothing wrong with failure."
1 December 2022
Want my job? with Creative Director for Reem Gallery Phoebe Minson
"Become obsessed, take notes, stick your neck out, make your own opportunities and don’t be afraid or put off by inconvenience or hard work."
30 November 2022
The benefits of art therapy
Doodle, doodle...what would I do without a pen-scratching nonsense art in my books?
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.
14 November 2022
Solarpunk: an alternative view of our future
What is Solarpunk and why are artists gravitating toward it?
26 July 2022
Extraordinary environment to display artwork
Sculptures displayed amongst the wildlife is a fantastic idea. A walk in the forest and gallery all in one is more than I could ask for. With hundreds of unique sculptures in the 10 acres you will struggle with not being entertained or engaged.
19 July 2022 – 13 September 2022
Life Drawing Class at Turner’s House
Whether you are a beginner or wish to improve your skills, join us at Turner’s House for life
drawing classes with a live model. In these sessions, experienced artist and teacher, Allan Chin,
will take your through the use of charcoal and pencil.
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.
24 May 2022
The colourful world of Caroline Chinakwe’s artwork
Artist Caroline Chinakwe spoke to me about her career in the fashion industry, and how her artwork celebrates variety in beauty.
18 June 2022
Libby Heaney: slimeQore
Join us for a live performative lecture sliding into the slimy world of quantum computing as both medium and subject matter as part of Among the Machines at the Zabludowicz Collection.
3 May 2022
A spotlight on the 'Soft Earth' exhibition by Wimbledon College of Arts class of 2021
Wimbledon College of Arts BA painting class of 2021 will be displaying their work in a group exhibition from 2nd-7th May.
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.
25 April 2022
How the Working Class Creatives Database are tackling class inequality in art
Class inequality means that pursuing a career can be difficult for working-class artists. The Working Class Creatives Database is working to remove barriers, however.
23 March 2022
Interview with artist Akvile Magicdust
Akvile Magicdust talks about her moving piece ‘Storks’ and other influences behind her gorgeous artwork.
16 March 2022
Sky Honnoraty | TrinityTalent 2021
TrinityTalent celebrates Bronze Arts Award achiever Sky Honnoraty. She was selected for a Special Mention.
3 March 2022
Michael Nash | TrinityTalent 2021
TrinityTalent celebrates Bronze Arts Award achiever Michael Nash. He was selected for a Special Mention.