Blog posts tagged by: fellowship funding

The Polish Jazz London Series is coming to a close with the headline event EABS at The Great Hall, Leyton on Thursday 21 November. Marta Bielawska-Borowiak of talks to EABS ahead of their show. 

Bisi Oyekanmi, creator of Human Library Waltham Forest, talks about making connections through the project

Korantema Anyimadu is an independent researcher, creator and curator behind this year's Black Hair and Heritage project. The project explores cultural identity, history and experiences all tied up in hair. We caught up with Korantema to find out more about her project and the upcoming event, The Salon. 

One of the great young talents in Polish Jazz. Kuba Więcek is a composer and saxophonist who’s new album has had raving reviews for its fresh sound and new approach to playing jazz.

We’re All Bats, a new events programme offering exploratory, creative, meditative and fun ways of connecting with our often overlooked (literally) sense of hearing.

A new mini-festival brings music to the streets of Walthamstow this summer.

The next Make It Work grant will be completed by Leytonstone's X7eaven dance studios and they’re throwing a huge party on July 6 to celebrate. 

As part of the Fellowship Funding, five local venues have been awarded grants of up to £10,000 to develop their space for culture either through accessibility, modifications or new facilities.

Successful projects for Fellowship Funding round 2 announced.

Human Library will be popping up in the borough in between April and June. We asked organiser Bisi Oyekanmi to tell us about the project.

Fellowship Funding recipient Martyn Lourkes tells us about his project, Pride in the Borough.

Fellowship Funding recipient Maisie Turpie tells us about her project Tell Tails