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Hack-Me-Up at Somerset House

Hack-Me-Up at Somerset House

Somerset House is hosting an evening of cultural mash-ups on Friday 6 December between both their Pick Me Up graphic arts festival and their new Makerversity shared working, making, and learning space buried in the heart of Somerset House. The evening will feature creative reinterpretations that fuse together hacking and digital manufacture with graphic design and illustration. The evening […]

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The 21st Century Comics Art Debate

The 21st Century Comics Art Debate

Don’t miss the Comics Debate this Saturday evening as apart of the Comica London International Arts Festival. Paul Gravett is joined by cutting-edge graphic novelists to present his new book ‘Comics Art’ from Tate Publishing. Guests include Gareth Brookes (The Black Project), Daniel Merlin Goodbrey (e-merl.com), Katie Green (Lighter Than My Shadow), John Miers (Babel, Score […]

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People in Glass Houses

Common Wealth is a theatre company co-founded by Rhiannon White and Evie Manning. They make political Site – specific theatre that focuses on relevant issues of our times. Our Glass House is a performance about domestic abuse based on real life testimonies. It explores the issues of domestic abuse, the reasons why people stay in abusive […]

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Understanding Poetry & Comics

Understanding Poetry & Comics

Last Saturday I had the opportunity to participate in probably one of the first and only Poetry & Comics courses, hosted by the Poetry School in Lambeth. The 1 day course was being led by Poetry & Comics aficionado Chrissy Williams. Chrissy has had her own poetry comics published, showcasing not only her own poetry, […]

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Looking Back at BFI London FIlm Festival

Looking Back at BFI London FIlm Festival

Youth Arts Online takes a look back at some of the most surprising, creative, thrilling, funny, heart-warming  and powerful films on of the BFI London Film Festival this year. What are you most excited about seeing? Most Surprising Film: Kill Your Darlings The film followed the life of young American poet Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) in the 1950’s, […]

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Explore Poetry & Comics with Chrissy Williams

Explore Poetry & Comics with Chrissy Williams

The Poetry School is offering a one day ‘Poetry & Comics‘ course in London in the beginning of November. ‘The Bear of the Artist’ written by Chrissy Williams and Illustrated by Tom Humberstone. Under the guidance of Chrissy Williams, you can spend the day learning how to express poetry through the visual language of sequential comic art. The course […]

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Find Your Start with Seed Jobs

Find Your Start with Seed Jobs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKk9EIksBxc Seed Jobs is the new kid on the block tackling the very topical problem of graduate recruitment and youth unemployment. The core  idea of Seed is to solve the issue of asymmetric information between employers and candidates by reversing the process of recruitment: employers apply for candidates. Not only does this relieve the pressure […]

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London’s Largest Comic Convention

London’s Largest Comic Convention

MCM London Comic Con is returning to the Excel Centre 25-27 October! London’s biggest comics, anime, film, games, and pop culture convention returns to London for the second time this year at the end of October, hosting over 70,000 visitors and guests from all over the world. As always there is the opportunity to meet the […]

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Get a Foothold in the Film Industry

Get a Foothold in the Film Industry

The BFI are launching their BFI Film Academy for young people aged 16-19 now all over the UK, as a part of their BFI Film Forever Plan. There are 900 places available for talented young people at 38 locations across the UK, offering part-time and residential courses across the UK. BFI CEO Amanda Nevill, director […]

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Reliving the Movements & Moments of Dame Marie Rambert

Vintage Rambert was a free cross-arts performance project inspired by the public and private life of Company founder Marie Rambert: a dance pioneer, entrepreneur, revolutionary and celebrity. In August 2013 young creatives aged 16 – 25 created ‘Second from the Left’, an original dance work at Canada Water Culture Space under the guidance of Rambert mentors. I […]