Tell us a bit about your role at Bloomsbury Festival If it moves, I programme it! I look after Dance, Theatre and Performance. There are so many talents in the area – established and emerging – and I work with
Tell us a bit about your role at Bloomsbury Festival I have been invited to take up the position of Director for the 2020 Bloomsbury Festival and the role is all about making the Festival happen, in terms of shaping
THE COMPETITION A competition, for students and recent graduates in Fine Art, to create an artwork based on this year’s Bloomsbury Festival theme, Vision, as part of the Festival’s New Wave programme. The winning artwork will be selected by a panel
What do you hope the world will look like in 2120 – one hundred years from now? Bloomsbury Festival Children’s Art Competition Is there a young budding artist or photographer in your home? Why not enter the Bloomsbury Festival Children’s
London Artists Projects, Bloomsbury Festival and Conway Hall have teamed up to bring Truth to Power Café to Conway Hall over the next two years. In response to COVID-19, this internationally acclaimed performance event is launching a digital story telling platform,
After five years at the helm, Kate Anderson is to step down as Director of Bloomsbury Festival in May having been offered the role as Head of Cultural Programme and Partnerships for the Royal Docks, London’s only Enterprise Zone.
Are you interested in being part of Bloomsbury Festival 2020? Our mission is to amplify creative development in Bloomsbury through producing and presenting projects with a focus on providing platforms for early and mid-career practitioners; supporting cross-genre collaborations; and creating
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The winner of this year’s children’s art competition is Lewis, aged 9 from Gospel Oak Primary School, Camden. Lewis will receive £75 of vouchers from Cass Art and an art scholarship place at the Sir Hubert von Herkomer Art Foundation.
As part of Bloomsbury Festival 2019 international street artist Mohammed Ali has spent time meeting and talking with Bangladeshi residents in north-east Bloomsbury to reveal stories from the neighbourhood and their individual personal experiences. These stories have fed into the