As a keen LGBTQIA+ community ally and RuPaul’s Drag-Race obsessor, I felt that this week’s blog post should be dedicated to The North’s queer arts scene and those working within these themes.
Mums are carers, they are artists, they are idols, they are teachers – and all at the same time. Motherhood will be the source for my discussion today, in the context of art and design.
There are a ton of studies and evidence to show that art is good for your mental health, and you don’t have to call yourself an art fan to benefit from it. Everyone has something artistic in them.
Hi All I just wanted to take this time to give you a little update on Cotton On MCR and discuss how Covid has affected our small business. Firstly, it is worth saying that Cotton On MCR is ran by myself, Domino, with the help of some amazing volunteers. I myself do not take any Read More
Here is what we have been watching on YouTube, and this is how you can get your art fix on there too.
We are a resilient and adaptable bunch us creatives aren’t we? Some of you lovely lot out there have edited your plans and made sure that we are still seeing new, exciting and impressive art.
Paying for open calls is a minefield. Artists have to apply for these to be featured in galleries, to get their name and get their work out there. I get that. I just don’t want to see anyone get ripped off.