We're going to SXSW! Reporting back via our blog in March, keep yer eyes peeled.
Happy LGBT History Month! It's kicking off in Bratfud. Looking forward to lots of these.
Bradford isn't just a friendly city, it's also an LGBT-friendly city.
Your LGBT neighbours warmly invite you to enjoy this growing programme of films, plays, talks, parties, exhibitions, football matches and more during LGBT History Month in Bradford.
The details and the full line-up of incredible arts organisations we'll be working alongside for Paper Peace in 2018 with Emergency Exit Arts
Delighted to be a creative partner on this ambitious national project for 2018. More soon!
We are proud to announce that Arts Council England are supporting our ambition for Paper Peace, a project developing 5 collaborative partnerships across the UK ...of Young Producers (18-25), arts and heritage organisations.
Five new national partnerships: CreativeScene, City Arts - Nottingham, Vivacity Peterborough Culture and Leisure, Jumped Up Theatre, B-Arts, Articulture Wales and The Brick Box will facilitate epic peace processions and outdoor performances in 2018 contemporising WW1 archives through poetry, paper sculptures, projections and pyrotechnics. Elements of the Paper Peace project will also tour the country, engaging thousands of people and leaving a legacy in developing and touring dynamic outdoor visual arts and performance work.
Full details are on our website: http://www.eea.org.uk/…/arts_council_england_invest_248601…/
"It is sometimes said – especially by people with little actual experience of community art – that standards do not matter to the artists who work in the field, that this work is just a kind of social project or activism in which art is a secondary consideration at best. That is nonsense. Artists who work with communities are as committed to art as those who work in studios or well-resourced institutions. Some are better than others; some participatory art is mediocre or downright bad. But that is equally true of theatre, contemporary art, music and every field of artistic practice."
Another great blog post from A Restless Art.
Download the Wild Woods evaluation report from our website to see what was spent, learned, said and created at #wildwoodsbradford
Fire pits, a Sufi band, No Hands DJs, fortune telling, rockets, and at least one unicorn. Got a better NYE lined up? If not, join us from 7pm til late, with live music from 9pm and free entry all night https://www.facebook.com/events/1216980301728845/
New blog post on survival strategies. How to you resist the system?
We'll be at Heckmondlight in Heckmondwike this Saturday with The Electric Fireside.
Sit around our retro fire with us, it's free and fun
If you came to one of our Friday night events in Bradford, please help us make sense of it all by answering just 10 little questions
It's been absolutely magical doing this project with you all. If you've been to The Wild Woods at any point, please help us by answering these 10 questions and we'll pick a winner who'll get a very special prize https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7SBHF6F