TAKE AIR: Spiritual & Emotional Healing In The Black Community.
Finding Empowering Ways For Black Artists, Influencers & Facilitators To Heal Collective Trauma Within Our Community.
Gloria Obianyo, multi-faceted creative and actress in Girl From The North Country, shares her experience of being an artist and a young carer for her mother. While our focus on mental health, especially in the arts industry, has been focused so much on sufferers, we can forget how […]
The Black British Theatre Awards celebrated its first ceremony last weekend, where the cream of black British theatre celebrated how far we have come and the legacy we have yet to leave behind. Vanessa Fisher shares her account on awards ceremony that screams “Say it loud, I’m Black & I’m Proud”.
Spotlight is a segment dedicated to promoting creative businesses and collectives, founded by People Of Colour, as a resource for young aspiring artists. Our first interview is with Nana Evans of Hub&Culture. Hub&Culture, housing clothing designers from the Black Diaspora.
Daniel Bailey speaks with Industry Minds about how the same issues that outrage us in our society and politics, are also reflected in the arts industry. Detailing how this structure can affect the mental health of BAME actors and how artistic representation can steer a narrative for marginalised communities.
“Is chatting shit a way of life these days?” – Posted December 23rd, 2011 “2017…… it’s been real! So many memories made and lessons learned and I want to thank those who have been apart of it! The biggest loss I had this year was loosing […]
The Wilderness. A place signified in many faiths as a place of trial, a test of belief or character . A place that no-one means to wander into, but a place we are all lost in at one point or another. Out of this place, singer/songwriter, Miggy Dela […]
Check out what happened with Drew when we were invited to Crisis, to be a panel guest on their discussion on the LGBTQ experience.
Back from the bittersweet journey of self discovery, Natalie May endeavours to serve her own lemonade. Her sweet melodic sound and gentle-womanly attire champions a timeless Black British voice. This Burnt Oak crooner delved into the dark labyrinth of her mind to excavate the hidden coals she could harvest […]