In a new interview series, we get to know some of the performers, artists and creatives from our programme. First up, performance maker and writer, Rachel Mars as she shares some of her Barbican experiences - from a young audience member to award-winning performer on stage.
Read, Watch & Listen
Edwin Rostron explores the diverse animations from our 'Enter the Brainbox' screening, curated by Christopher Childs and part of Emerging Film Curators 2020.
To celebrate our exhibition Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer, writer Sarah Crompton looks backs at the career of dance legend Michael Clark, reflecting on his style and cult status.
Emma-Lee Moss aka Emmy the Great revisits memories of her childhood in Hong Kong and the stories of immortal love and resilience, myths and mooncakes that come when Autumn arrives.
What does it mean to be real online? We invited two Young Barbican artists to bring together a group to explore this question in an online multidisciplinary project.
In 2019, we invited a collective of multidisciplinary artists to explore what it means to be human as part of Life Rewired. Design Yourself collective member, Tice Cin looks back at the project.
Students from east London team up with music producer Semothy Jones, musician Bellatrix and composer Omar Shahryar to professionally write and record their own songs.