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The best craftsmen come to town for London Craft Week

The best craftsmen come to town for London Craft Week

From May 3rd through 7th, London will be taken over by the best of the best in the crafting world. The second annual London Craft…

Art Night: London to receive their own “nuit blanche”

Mark your calendars for 6pm the night of July 2nd and get ready to watch London transform into a stage for a series of large-scale…

Calling all Creatives! Upcoming Employment Opportunity!

Calling all Creatives! Upcoming Employment Opportunity!

Through collaboration with the commercial creative industry, British Design & Art Direction (D&AD) have created…

Art Textiles: Displaying the work and inspirations of Marian Clayden

Art Textiles: Displaying the work and inspirations of Marian Clayden

Running until April 17th at the Fashion and Textile Museum, The Festival of Textiles seeks…

LCF’s latest exhibition: ‘Mad About The Boy’ brings attention to fashion’s obsession with youth

LCF’s latest exhibition: ‘Mad About The Boy’ brings attention to fashion’s obsession with youth

‘Mad about the boy’ is the latest exhibition at London College of Fashion encompassing fashion,…

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Breathtaking trailer for ‘The Girl On The Train’ starring Emily Blunt ramps up anticipation

The long-awaited first official trailer for The Girl On The Train was released Wednesday and it’s full of suspense and mystery,…

Dior and I: Somerset House’s latest addition to their Unorthodocs series

Set to premier on Monday, March 21st, Dior and I is the latest addition to Somerset House’s documentary series Unorthodocs. Featuring only…

Crashing, Channel 4 – TV review: It’s like Friends, but a whole lot edgier

Crashing, Channel 4 – TV review: It’s like Friends, but a whole lot edgier

This comedy series which evolves around the lives and relationships of twenty-somethings living in a disused hospital in London will make you laugh, cry,…

How Technology Is Revolutionising the Arts

How Technology Is Revolutionising the Arts

In the last couple decades, technology has revolutionised the way we relate to the world. These changes extend to influence all…

Tate Britain Hosts BP Loud Tate 2015

Tate Britain Hosts BP Loud Tate 2015

Hundreds of young people will be visiting Tate Britain for an annual special event at 12 p.m. Saturday when the Tate…

Interested in filmmaking, history and ideas?

Interested in filmmaking, history and ideas?

If film lights your fire, you are passionate about history or just want to be part of making a major documentary…

#XXVOTE Campaign

#XXVOTE Campaign

The #xxvote film that Youth Media Agency created encourages young people, specifically women, to go vote. The film shows a variety of young women hearing from the media information they…

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Shakespeare400: London to celebrate the Death of the Bard

Shakespeare400: London to celebrate the Death of the Bard

Though the true anniversary of Shakespeare’s death falls on Friday April 22nd, the end of April and beginning of May will be dedicated to the…

Record Store Day 2016: Where to go for the best of the festivities

Up-and-Coming Artist Dua Lipa

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