A pop-up feminist nail salon in Johannesburg, a touring community performance asking people to imagine alternative futures and a line of Dominoes toppling through the streets of Melbourne...
Ahead of our screening of The Landlady on the 2 February, we chat to East End pub owner Mavis Davis about Babycham, London's changing landscape and the local community.
A brief catch-up on Artsadmin’s Small Capital project for digital infrastructure, Project KIWI…
We're pleased to announce that City of London Corporation’s charitable funder, City Bridge Trust, has awarded Artsadmin ￡95,500 towards accessibility improvements at Toynbee Studios.
We want to raise £3,500 to fund one artist bursary with our Christmas Raffle. Help us to get there.
Station House Opera's Dominoes visits Saint Médard-en-Jalles and Bordeaux.
As a key part of 2 Degrees Festival 2017, we have opened a call for proposal for a new participatory project. Apply now.
On 3 September, Station House Opera's Dominoes retraced the path of the Great Fire. Watch the full film online now.
Watch this short trailer ahead of the Autumn tour of World Factory by METIS.
Watch this video of what went on at Empathy Museum at NOW Gallery in Greenwich earlier this summer.
At Home in Gaza and London offers a fresh response to Gaza and its isolation. We need your help to make it happen.
Development Officer, Chloe, talks about Catalyst funding and the future of Artsadmin's fundraising.
A sneak peek at Rosemary Lee & Simon Whitehead's cyclical outdoor performance.
This weekend the Empathy Museum presents a day of activity around the Human Library, including films, storytelling, palmreading & cake.
Artsadmin's latest trainee, Sian Baxter, reflects on the year she's had and provides some useful insights for budding producers.
Kayleigh Handley recounts her experience in Glasgow as a recipient of the //At HOME with BUZZCUT// Bursary
Artsadmin's Assistant Education Producer, Sarah Phillips, reflects on a recent trip to Calais to volunteer at the L'Auberge des Migrants in Calais and shares some valuable advice...
Claire Woodhill, our Green Champion, looks at Artsadmin's green successes and aims...
Mary Osborn, Programme Co-ordinator, shares the reasons why Artsadmin thought the A Nation's Theatre Festival was an important conversation to be a part of...
Poet, Claire Trévien, has written an intricate and beautiful response to Amy Sharrocks' Museum of Water as part of her latest poetic collection, Astéronymes.
A film by Arts Centre Melbourne following Station House Opera's project, Dominoes, as it topples through the city.
See the latest installation of Dominoes unfold in Melbourne.
Film by Claire Nolan looking back at our bursary scheme in 2015
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