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Monopoly on Creativity

I have a mission statement. Perhaps having a mission statement is the providence of the young, with fire in their hearts and zeal in their eyes. Perhaps I should have mellowed beyond the creation of mission statements by now. Not so. And I hope you

Doppelgänger at Lewisham Art House: another community-led space worth a visit!

Lewisham Art House in South East London, a community led space Having never visited one of my most local galleries, Lewisham Art House (in Lewisham, south-east side of London) I went to check out their latest exhibition Doppelgänger on the 19th August. Lewisham Art House is

Rainbow Collective – We all can do something!

We’re happy to introduce you to Rainbow Collective! Dear beloved audience, it’s a long time since my last post. I’m really sorry for that, I’ve been busy with a new job, but now I’m back. I would like to introduce you to some friends of


Sally Hewett: When Art is Not Just Pure, Unadulterated Filth

Who’s Sally Hewett? Contemporary British artist Sally Hewett has single-handedly changed embroidery from a cute retirement hobby into a modern, provocative art form. This is Not Art caught up with her about hoop art, feminism and how with the best intentions, art is sometimes referred to

Where Theatre Meets Gaming: Block Stop

Block Stop: interaction in theatre What if you could tell a character in a play what choices to make? Like you were writing the story with them, or directing them like a character in a video game. What if you could make life or death

Comeback Special: When you are part of the show

“This is a re-enactment of Elvis Presley’s 1968 Comeback Special. Sort of.” Read the blurb for Greg Wohead’s Comeback Special, which was performed at Shoreditch Town Hall from March 22nd to the 26th. How does one “sort of” re-enact something? Shoreditch Town Hall is a

We, The Artists

I don’t think The Institution / The Government (hereafter known as The Man) cares about theatre. Perhaps that’s not news. Perhaps it’s just something everyone assumes. It’s an important observation, though, because it says something about society. It’s a whisper that maybe, just maybe, art