Hetain Patel and Amy May's hugely original collision of film, performance and live music
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We're pleased to announce that we are one of the partners for Live Art Development Agency's DIY 15, supporting live artists to create and facilitate research and development projects for themselves and fellow artists.
We're pleased to be involved for another year with The Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize. Enter now.
The Grand Union Youth Orchestra celebrates its tenth anniversary this year.
Culture for a Changing City is Rich Mix’s series for 2018-2022.
Rich Mix's neighbourhood is a place where many paths cross and many new journeys begin, with incredible stories to be told.
Through our Culture for a Changing City series we wish to celebrate these stories, to create new stories, to imagine the best future for our neighbourhood, to find ways to bring the many different communities together, and to remain an anchor in an area of constant transformation.
We’re delighted to introduce our six Associate Artists for 2017-18. These organisations and individuals are working closely with us to deliver creative programmes throughout 2017 and beyond, with public-facing events, new commissions and learning and engagement programmes with young and local people. They have been selected because they represent the breadth and depth of our artistic programme, working across the artistic disciplines and with diversity at the heart of what they all do.
YoPro Collective want you! This call-out is addressed to emerging artists aged 18-29 working with theatre or live art, and who are seeking feedback on a work related to ‘Women, Health and Well-Being’. Find out more here.
Please note: Applications are now closed.
Do you feel ostracised by society? Do you have a personal experience of being alienated from a community or the country? Do you feel neglected by the political elite?
Or do you have experiences of being listened to? An experience of feeling included within a community or the wider society?
A call out to all artists living or working in East London!