20 January 2020
What goes on at Bright Immersive?
"Creating immersive digital art is a new activity that can help students who have hard skills to unleash their creativity, while helping those who are more arts focused to develop an interest in IT topics."
30 November 2019
What goes on at Komedia Brighton?
From comedy and spoken word to cabaret, find out more about what you can see at Komedia Brighton.
28 November 2019
What goes on at Fabula Arts?
Fabula Arts: helping young artists flourish.
25 November 2019
What goes on at Budding Writers?
We chat with the founders of newly-established Budding Writers on their inspiration, the publishing industry, and how you can get involved in Arts Award.
4 September 2019
What goes on at School of Painting’s Porthmeor Young Artists Programme?
Check out how St Ives School of Painting is reigniting a passion for art in young people.
31 August 2019
What goes on at Young Artists in Suffolk?
If you're looking to get creative in East Anglia, join YAIS to develop your artistic talent.
9 March 2017
What goes on at...Waterhead Academy's Career Pathway Project?
Back in the dying months of 2016, I was asked by my Arts Award centre, Peshkar, to be a part of the leadership for the Creative Career Pathway at the Waterhead Academy, Oldham.
17 January 2017
What goes on at...the Oska Bright Film Festival?
We caught up with Becky Bruzas, the Festival Director of the Oska Bright Film Festival 2017 in Brighton. Oska Bright is run by Carousel Arts, a leading disability-led arts organisation.
13 December 2016
What goes on at...the Geffrye Museum over Christmas?
As an aspiring (read: struggling) actor, I have felt like a castaway trapped on the big mystical island that is London on many more than a few occasions when getting to or from auditions.
3 March 2016
What goes on at...Brighton Fringe
Brighton Fringe kicks off on 6th May, and offers over 900 events, from cabaret, to theatre, comedy and dance. We'll be heading to Brighton ourselves to bring you the very best from the Fringe, in the meantime, we chatted to Julian Caddy, Managing Director for the festival.