REVIEW: Grayson Perry – The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever

REVIEW: Grayson Perry – The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever

Serpentine Gallery – London, 8th June – 10th September Review by Sarah Watson and Will Hanekom Outsider Alan – 2017 Ceramic, found objects, pebbles, shells, iron, wood and glass Sarah – Its like a sea bed. Will – Sculpture made out of stones, sticks and shells. It...
REVIEW: Grayson Perry – The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever

REVIEW: Hanging in the Balance by Spectra

Paige Holloway, a founding member of BecauseWeCanCanCan and has written a review of our recent show, Hanging In The Balance. Paige is a Creative Enabler, and she works closely with Open Theatre Company, supporting other young people with learning disabilities (YPWLD)...
REVIEW: Grayson Perry – The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever

Review of CREATIVE MINDS MIDLANDS

Creative Minds has been a gradual exercise in reinventing the conference. Key notes and Q&As, written records and formal spaces: these aren’t the most conducive to facilitating a truly inclusive conversation. Organised by a steering group comprised of nine young...
REVIEW: Grayson Perry – The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever

REVIEW: Shit-faced Shakespeare – Romeo and Juliet

I don’t like Shakespeare, but I sure liked this one! There was a vibrant kind of funfair feel in the Brighton Fringe Warren next St. Peter’s Church near London Road. A group of actors performed Romeo and Juliet using Shakespearean language and improvised words around...