Latest e-quarter is published (July 20)

Our third publication of the year is available now.  You can read and watch some of our highlights, successes and some things to look out for over coming weeks. As we are emerging from lockdown this month, we are all trying to figure out the meanings of the safe new normal. Behind the…

TV Production insights – podcast with James Dean

On June 23, 2020, Posted by , In Blog,Collage Works,podcast,Talks, By ,,,,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on TV Production insights – podcast with James Dean

We are delighted to release the second Creative Callings podcast featuring TV Production insights with James Dean. LISTEN ON SPOTIFY          LISTEN ON ANCHOR FM James Dean is the producer and director of some of the biggest factual and reality programs in the UK and the US.  Ten years ago,…

This week: ‘Life Inside The Bake-off’ and ‘Video Production’

On June 8, 2020, Posted by , In Blog,Collage Works,Learning,Talks, By ,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on This week: ‘Life Inside The Bake-off’ and ‘Video Production’

Whether you want to learn about video production software (taster on 9th June). Or gain an insight into Life Inside The Bake-off with Richard McKerrow (talk on 10th June). There are virtual sessions and talks taking place every month at Collage Work, in a range of creative areas for businesses, entrepreneurs and creative workers.  Join in and take part….

They Came Before Us: celebrating the importance of British BAME women throughout London’s History

On May 31, 2020, Posted by , In Blog,Collage Works,Exhibition,podcast, By ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on They Came Before Us: celebrating the importance of British BAME women throughout London’s History

They Came Before Us – project to celebrate the importance of British Black Asian and ethnic minority women in London’s history.  Devised by Sarah Buller and Dowa Ojarikre in the Collage Works team.  50 collaborators using 5 creative responses highlighted the importance of 5 women of colour in the UK’s history spanning 750 years…