Dr Rhian Scott has published the Artists’ workspace consultation report. The report presents findings from an in-depth qualitative consultation with stakeholders on the challenges of affordable workspace provision for artists in London, and potential solutions to these.
Operations Manager, Yves Blais looks at how co-design can become a tool to create positive social impact and change, giving space and a voice to those sometimes not left feeling unrepresented and unheard.
The CLT Team visited A Century of the Artist’s Studio: 1920 – 2020 at Whitechapel Gallery. Rosie reviews the exhibition and how it presents the studio through the work of artists and image-makers from around the world.
On a trip to Waltham Forest CLT take the opportunity to better understand how local authorities and businesses are working to develop arts and culture to support the community. Visiting Waltham Forest touring Yonder Studios, Creative Works, Switchboard Studios and Blackhorse Workshop.
CLT's Head of Development, Gemma Dean looks at examples of how professionals in the built environment are seeking artists to become central team members in the property or infrastructure design process.
A highlight of some of the shows, installations, and exhibitions we’ve come across this March. From visits to the Arnolfini in Bristol and Luton's Hat District to Brighton’s Phoenix Art Gallery and London’s Tate Modern.
CLT's Marketing Executive, Rosie Niblock looks at ‘Representation of Women Artists in Britain During 2020’, the 6th report commissioned by the Freelands Foundation. This edition takes a look at the way that gender, ethnicity and socio-economic factors intersect and impact on the career outcomes of female artists.
We highlight some of the shows, installations, and exhibitions we’ve come across this February. From Cornwall’s innovative bid to become the UK’s City of Culture in 2025 to Dublin's public art project inviting artists to paint electricity boxes.
There has been much discussion on how we can revitalise Britain's highstreets. London was built on a foundation of markets, makers, and craftsmanship, could cultural consumerism be a lifeline for high streets across London?