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The January Challenge blog series – Bad Lay-Dee

In The January Challenge blog series – we meet people who have submitted challenges, and hear why they are looking forward to getting creative in January.  The January challenge is 31 days of creative challenges for each day of the month. All of the challenges are set by YOU! You can sign up here.  By…

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The January Challenge blog series – Liam O’Dell

In The January Challenge blog series – we meet people who have submitted challenges, and hear why they are looking forward to getting creative in January.  The January challenge is 31 days of creative challenges for each day of the month. All of the challenges are set by YOU! You can sign up here.  By…

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The January Challenge blog series – Cieran

In The January Challenge blog series – we meet people who have submitted challenges, and hear why they are looking forward to getting creative in January.  The January challenge is 31 days of creative challenges for each day of the month. All of the challenges are set by YOU! You can submit your ideas, and…

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We’re recruiting!

Please note that the application process has now closed. Find the full job description and details on how to apply by clicking here. We have decided now is the right time for us to welcome a new person to the team. Could that be you? Role: Team AdministratorCompany: 64 Million ArtistsLocation: (Usually) Impact Hub Islington,…

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In the business of hope

We’re over half way through #CreateToConnect – a month of daily creative challenges to keep us creative, curious and connected at home (or wherever we are at the moment.) Our current situation is an extraordinary one. It is a situation that many of us have never had to navigate before, and a situation that can…

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Challenge your creativity!

This blog is a guest post by Rosie who is on a 10 week programme with 64 million Artists. This is her view on what creativity means to her. I believe being creative gives you the feeling of freedom! No barriers to what you create, just your mind, passion and emotion. I think it’s extremely important to express yourself whether it is through a hobby, work or just genuinely how you feel. Being creative can…

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Cultural Democracy in Practice – The Movement for Cultural Democracy

As part of our series on Cultural Democracy we have been asking for contributions from people working in this way in the field. This is the latest manifesto from The Movement for Cultural democracy – a movement which exists to collectively create and collaboratively campaign for the realisation of a radical and transformative cultural programme…

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Come and work with us! Paid work opportunity for 16-25 year olds in Islington.

All Change and Impact Hub Islington are looking for young people aged 16 – 25 living, working or studying in Islington to be part of a unique PAID WORK EXPERIENCE OPPORTUNITY. The Opportunity: 3* entry level roles in the Creative and Tech sectors in Islington Designed for and by Young People aged 16-25 No experience…

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Cultural Democracy in Practice – The Common Lot

The Common Lot is an open collective of people dedicated to working together to produce relevant, high quality, original theatre that can be enjoyed by all. Director Simon Floyd believes a democratic approach is ‘the only way to make art’ and human connection should be at the heart of creating meaningful work. By, with and…

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Cultural democracy in practice – Units of Power

Units of Power Units of Power was a 2016 project led by artist Jack Brown in partnership with Children and the Arts and Saatchi Gallery. It took place in 3 schools in Tottenham, London – Northumberland Park Community School, St Paul’s and All Hallows Primary School and Risley Avenue Primary School. The visible outcome of…

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