Hyunsu Yim

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, photography, music and visual arts from across the decades, with its main focus firmly on the perception of youth in the fashion industry. Curated and designed by Lou Stoppard, and Tony Hornecker, works by the likes of J W Anderson, Larry […]

 Kalli Damschen

Bridget Minamore: Changing the World with Poetry

Bridget Minamore: Changing the World with Poetry

It’s long been said that the pen is mightier than the sword. Swords aren’t very common today, so perhaps now the pen is mightier than bombs and prejudice and discrimination. Bridget Minamore is a young poet who graduated from University College London last year with a degree in English literature. In 2013, she was shortlisted […]

 Kalli Damschen

Renowned Illustrators Gather for London Illustration Fair 2015

Renowned Illustrators Gather for London Illustration Fair 2015

The London Illustration Fair will be featuring contemporary illustration and graphic design over its three-day event this Friday through Sunday at the Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, on the South Bank. The fair begins at 11:00 each day. Friday and Saturday, the fair runs until 20:00, but everything will wrap up on Sunday at 18:00. General […]

 Kalli Damschen

6 Photography Exhibitions to Check Out in London

6 Photography Exhibitions to Check Out in London

Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year Admission: Free Each year, the Royal Observatory Greenwich, together with BBC Sky at Night Magazine and Insight Investment, organises the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition. The winning entries from 2015 are now on display at the Royal Observatory. Check them out between now and 26 June 2016. […]

 Kalli Damschen

Bring Your World to the Stage with Playwriting Contests

Bring Your World to the Stage with Playwriting Contests

With the start of the new year approaching, there are many upcoming opportunities for new, young writers who want to hone their craft, connect with other playwrights and producers, or see their work performed on the stage. If you’ve been itching to write a play—or have already written one and are looking for a way […]

 Kalli Damschen

The Power of Portraits with Tereza Červeňová

The Power of Portraits with Tereza Červeňová

Two years ago, Youth Arts Online had the opportunity to sit down for an interview with Tereza Červeňová, a young photographer who was beginning to make a name for herself by winning several photography awards. Since that time, Tereza has made great strides as a photographer. This year she was awarded the John Kobal New […]

 Kalli Damschen

Nature Comes Alive Onstage in Lion King

Nature Comes Alive Onstage in Lion King

For many, the Lion King is one of the highlights of the Disney Renaissance. Released in June 1994, the Disney classic about a young lion’s journey to accepting his place as the rightful king is the fourth highest-grossing animated film of all time. The film was first adapted for the stage in the United States, […]

 Kalli Damschen

Artist Alert: Ruby etc.

Artist Alert: Ruby etc.

The Internet is helping young artists find others who appreciate and connect with their work like never before. Ruby etc. is one of these young artists. Ruby, a 21-year-old Londoner, creates distinctive sketches and drawings that have garnered a large following online. Her Facebook page has over 28,000 likes, many of her drawings have thousands […]

 Mercedes Fraenzel

Witness an Epic Battle of the Arts this Thursday

This Thursday at 6pm you’ll have the chance to watch one painter compete versus one photographer at the artFix store in Soho. Both have about half an hour to create their piece of art on the spot, inspired by the same theme. The audience then evaluates the two artworks, expressing personal thoughts and choosing a […]

 Mercedes Fraenzel

How Cool Conducting Can Be

On a Wednesday morning I was waiting at Strand Campus to meet up with Bertram Yap, a conductor in his final year at King’s College London’s music department. Bertram kindly took the time to talk to Youth Arts Online about his passion for orchestra and his pathway within the competitive music world. Seeing as we […]