Last weekend we were invited down to recently refurbished Old Grammar School in Coventry City Centre for a special event celebrating the latest styles, ranges and stockists of fashion in the city. This event hosted jointly by the local BID and a network of bloggers was designed to be a social occasion that raised awareness of what was available in

Southbank Centre’s Imagine Children’s Festival turns eighteen in 2019 - but it’s nowhere near growing up! The annual festival returns 13-24 February 2019 for a half-term week of the best in children's theatre, comedy, family parties, hands-on activities, DJs, dance, immersive experiences and full-on fun for children and their grownups. With more than 180 events jam-packed into twelve days and

As a community that aims to bring together creative people from all industries we believe that working unitedly will make the future of creativity stronger. Since our conception we've meet and shared the work of many like-minded makers and doers, so when we came across Rye Here Rye Now we knew we'd found a community that was driven by the

Thursday 15 November 2018 –Marking the culmination of a year-long collaboration as Whitechapel Gallery’s Writer in Residence, this new project from artist, writer and filmmaker Sophia Al-Maria (b. 1983, US) draws on feminism and radical queer politics to consider themes of history and narrative. BCE presents two distinct creation myths side by side – one ancient, one new. In an ongoing

Happy Place is a huge pop-up experience that's filled with larger than life installations, multi-sensory immersive rooms and dozens of moments that are curated to Capture Your Happy. Founded by Jared Paul and originally opened in November 2017, Happy Place has been nothing short of a dream for all involved. The first Happy Place was in Los Angeles and due to

A new collection of contemporary landscape photography opens at Argentea Gallery on 2nd November 2018. Out of the Woods of Thought is a fascinating exploration of the natural world through a series of highly atmospheric works by some of the UK’s most exciting landscape photographers. The exhibition is curated by the photography collective ‘Inside the Outside’ and features work by its

Feminist artists who have explored protest, social commentary, and identity in their work, will be showcased in a major new contemporary art exhibition at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery this November. In the anniversary year for women’s suffrage, this exhibition asks just how much has changed for women? Women Power Protest includes bold contemporary artworks from over 55 artists drawn largely

We absolutely adore doing what we do. From publishing inspirational content and connecting people to interviewing new talents and designing projects for our community to soak up. However until now our event programme has been limited but that's about to change. We are working on a series of occasions that will allow us to bring new dimensions to our output. We

Works from artists including Donald Rodney, Gillian Wearing, Helen Chadwick, Francis Bacon and Barbara Walker form part of a new experimental exhibition at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery which explores underrepresented stories of body image and identity. Within and Without: Body Image and the Self, open now until 1st February 2018, examines the questions, anxieties and stereotypes faced when trying

Birmingham is a city that's currently brimming with immense creativity and culturally significant movements. From the vibrant, independent scene in Digbeth to the gorgeously, modern district surrounding Brindley Place. Commercial practises sit side-by-side with those who are traditionally deemed as 'underground', however, in Birmingham these terms and categories don't seem to matter. The UK's second largest city is simply a