Emmanuel Unaji explores the socio-economic importance of art, culture and commerce.

2021-05-13T12:33:15+01:00

Rosie from the Creative Land Trust interviews artist and trustee Emmanuel Unaji, learning about his practice and the relationship between artistic expression, advertising and commerciality.

Emmanuel Unaji explores the socio-economic importance of art, culture and commerce.2021-05-13T12:33:15+01:00

Creative Land Trust invites studio providers to tender for Stone Studios

2021-04-13T12:10:22+01:00

Having recently announced the acquisition of 33,000 square feet of ground and lower ground floor space that forms part of a new mixed-use development in the heart of Hackney Wick, we're now looking for studio providers committed to equality, diversity, sustainability and community to run the workspace.

Creative Land Trust invites studio providers to tender for Stone Studios2021-04-13T12:10:22+01:00

Tim Gomersall, Vivid Studios – The Future of Creative Spaces in London

2021-04-13T11:14:07+01:00

Tim Gomersall, one of the co-founders of Vivid Studios, discusses how London has adapted and changed during the pandemic. How creatives now have the opportunity to seep back into areas previously unaffordable, a result of gentrification, now dormant due to the pandemic.

Tim Gomersall, Vivid Studios – The Future of Creative Spaces in London2021-04-13T11:14:07+01:00

Emma Wilcox, Creative Estuary – Investing in creativity: Why now?

2021-03-16T09:34:36+00:00

By building places where creatives can thrive across the length of the Thames Estuary, and embedding them into our communities, we will make the invisible visible to a new generation of creative practitioners.

Emma Wilcox, Creative Estuary – Investing in creativity: Why now?2021-03-16T09:34:36+00:00
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