In this workshop artist, Monica, shows us how to make an indoor forest out of materials we find at home. All the family can work together to decide how you want your indoor forest to look. Start by looking at any plants in your home or trees outside, discover the shape and texture of the leaves and use it as inspiration for your forest.
Read, Watch & Listen
Barbican Young Poet alums, Jeremiah Brown and Gabriel Akamo speak to actor Sope Dìrísù about heritage, diversity in theatre audiences and training.
Almost 20 years ago, Ballet Black set out to change ballet’s racism problem. The impact this small company made since then is seismic. Founder Cassa Pancho looks back over two decades.
Barbican Young Film Programmer alum, writer and journalist, Rogan Graham speaks to actor Susan Wokoma about finding your community, creative process, activism and inspiration.
This month, Young Creative Esme Allman presents 'Premiere', mourning the passing away of Cicely Tyson and exploring collective grief.
Sound artist, composer and researcher Rebekah Alero speaks to vocal and movement artist, Elaine Mitchener about improvisation and using your voice as a vessel for storytelling.
Barbican Young Poet alum, writer and spoken-word artist, Amani Saeed speaks to the British-Iraqi writer and drag queen, Amrou Al-Kadhi, also known as Glamrou, as they discuss gender, drag and faith.
In this month’s Family Film Club workshop we explore the world of Foley (the sounds used in film, TV, games and animation) with multi-instrumentalist, composer and author, Dan Mayfield from the School of Noise.
Our series of inspiring conversations returns with a twist as we hand over to our Barbican Young Creatives to interview the artists that inspire them - first up, Riwa Saab meets director, writer and dramaturg, Kirsty Housley.
Did you know? We’re part of the European Concert Hall Organisation, a network that brings together many major concert halls across Europe. Each year ECHO nominates a group of exceptional young artists as its Rising Stars to perform in venues across the network.
Mandisa Apena and Tice Cin present "cos now im missing our touchhh", which celebrates togetherness through technology and explores the physical spaces we miss so much.
In this special episode of Nothing Concrete, we meet the curators of Soundhouse to hear more about their inspirations and thoughts about how we experience radio and podcasts.