The Life After Lockdown Project is ongoing and we plan to open the gallery as soon as we have enough works to show. Thank you to everyone who has sent work so far. Please check the Submit section of the website for more information.
Art in Lockdown From the rainbows thanking the NHS in windows to graffiti murals inspired by the global pandemic, all sorts of artists have used lockdown to capture this period in history. While some works draw on the sense of fear and isolation felt by many, others are inspired by the heroes who have emerged duringContinue reading “Art in Lockdown”
Home Alone Together Quarantine is quickly redefining and reconfiguring how people experience home. In this unsettled moment, artists can help draw our experiences into focus. Every week for the next three months, twenty-five artists from around the world will contribute one photograph from a different part of their living spaces. Together, these photographs—whether taken inContinue reading “Home Alone Together”
NSEAD and Specialist Crafts in Partnership We are pleased to announce that in partnership with NSEAD Specialist Crafts are offering discount on art materials for students involved in the Life After Lockdown Project. Click on the links below to find out more about the special offer packs that have been put together with a discountContinue reading “Specialist Crafts”
A new normal: young people look beyond lockdown… Guardian journalist Iman Amrani speaks to young people about how they are coping with lockdown and the impact it has had on their lives, looking particularly at education, universities and mental health. She speaks to four young people from across the country, two whom are about to startContinue reading “A new normal: young people look beyond lockdown…”
Life After Lockdown Being detached from the things we care for, can be very frustrating to say the least. I’m Jack and this time last year I was studying both art and photography at A level, and I know the importance of staying connected and being present in a creative environment. With schools and collegesContinue reading “Life After Lockdown”
Young people: What do you make of life under lock down? What are your hopes and fears? What do you think the future will or should hold for us all? Our world will soon be led, designed and shaped by you – What do you want that world to be like…what don’t you want itContinue reading “Life After Lockdown Project”