Welcome to Collage On-line. This is a directory of the digital content created by Collage Arts. You can view it from our YouTube Playlists or link to specific content from the directories we have made, organised by the month the material was created.
Collage Presents the Karamel Jazz sessions specially recorded for the 2020 EFG London Jazz Festival.
Zantogola (80 minutes) a London based collective that mix traditional African-percussions and rhythms to create contemporary, reflective, joyous and highly danceable songs.
Cosimo Keita Trio (60 minutes) performs a fusion of rare groove, original music and jazz standards with an emphasis on beautiful melodies and exciting rhythms.
Jay Phelps Quartet (50 minutes) performing original music taken from the latest music album ‘Live at the Cockpit’.
Yaz Fentazi Duo (50 minutes) perform on oud and upright bass, gives a magical sense of ‘travelling’ in their minds with colourful and rich music that draws on the vast traditions of jazz, blues, classical and North African/Middle Eastern music.
Philip Clouts Quartet (50 minutes) inspired by the joyful passion of Caribbean calypso, the bluesy melodies of middle eastern praise songs, the exuberant sway of Cuban dance music and the tuneful essence of Gospel whilst honouring jazz heroes.
Henry Lowther’s Still Waters (65 minutes) one of the most accomplished and creative bands around.
Collage Community coordinated a programme of work called Creative Futures across the Collage Arts to find under-represented voices. We encouraged women to explore how the Covid-19 pandemic and Black Lives Matter had impacted on their lives
The Lockdown Monologues 8 videos either self-performed or voiced by actors
The Lockdown Diaries 14 pieces of writing that chronicled the lockdown COMING SOON
Crafted conversations audio-visual of crafted conversations, visual art and an ebook COMING SOON
Collage Works presents
Creative Futures Lockdown with Almass Badat, DJ, creative director and strategist. COMING SOON
Creative Futures was made possible as a result of funding from Arts Council England
Collage Voices presents
Up In Your Head by Jon Brittain performed by St Thomas More Catholic School
Collage Works presents a series of podcasts – industry talks aimed at emerging professionals:
Creative Callings with Niall Moroney discusses filmmaking in lockdown with the supervising art director for some of the most critically acclaimed films including Atonement, Mary Poppins Returns, Sherlock Holmes and multi-award-winning 1917.
Creative Callings with Francisco DeLaTorre has been at Pixar Animation Studios for 11 years, he discusses his work as a shading and matte paint technical artist, on films including The Blue Umbrella and Cars 3, and as a sequence lead on Toy Story 4
Creative Callings with James Dean the producer and director talks about his career at the time of his hit series Liar being broadcast on ITV.
Creative Callings with Gianfranco Chicco the conference director, marketing strategist and writer analyses the latest trends in digital marketing. Answering the question how can we be relevant, useful and entertaining in this overcrowded digital world?
N17 Creative Callings is a programme funded by The Mayor of London and the European Social Fund to support creative freelancers, creative businesses and their employees based in Tottenham.