Archive for November, 2022

CTP Artist Tanvi on BBC Radio Surrey Breakfast

Posted on: November 23rd, 2022 by cyEditor

Tanvi’s work explores subjects of the human-machine relationship while elaborating on the techniques of textile making and the role of women in sculpting the future of digital and information age. By highlighting the intersections between textile and digital information, the artist makes visible the complexity of modern technology and internet that is often obscured by the high-speed electronic transmission of data in the form of bits.

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Visual Art & Music Heritage Opportunities — AMP Kingston Project

Posted on: November 11th, 2022 by cyEditor

About AMP Kingston: 

With young people, this project is an exploration of Kingston’s music heritage from the 1960s – 1990s. This heritage will be identified, recorded and accessed in a range of interactive, sustainable ways. Through uncovering this heritage, AMP not only explores some of the most iconic musical acts of the late twentieth century, but also celebrates pop fashion, costumes, album artwork, band posters and more.

Three themes have been identified:

To find out more about these specific roles and all the things you need to know regarding applying please visit our Live Opportunities page.

The Hidden Talent: In Conversation with Creative Youth

Posted on: November 11th, 2022 by cyEditor

This episode of The Arts & Everything in Between is hosted by Lucy Costelloe who is joined by Creative Youth’s Daniel Cartlidge.

In this episode, Daniel and Lucy discuss working with young people in the arts and what the main concerns are for young talent within the sector currently navigating through the uncertainties as presented in the current news headlines.

With the announcement of arts funding announcements being delayed, rising costs impacting purchasing behaviours and pressures on resources, Daniel and Lucy provide a dialogue for artists and young audiences who are often an afterthought and not always a key consideration in terms of opportunities and access to the arts.

To listen either click the link below which will take you directly to Spotify, or alternatively visit Ticketsolve’s website to access the podcast on a range of platforms.





About The Arts and Everything in between:

It’s tough but rewarding working in the arts and often so busy you have little time to share with your peers and investigate new ideas.

Every couple of weeks join the team at Ticketsolve as they interview arts industry experts getting their take on the biggest issues facing the arts world today.

There will be ideas to try, practical tips, lots of learning and of course – lots of laughs. If you work in theatres, venues, festivals or the arts and cultural sector this podcast is what you need!


Applications open for FUSE International 2023!

Posted on: November 7th, 2022 by cyEditor

As the UK’s largest multi-arts festival for performers under the age of 27, FUSE International brings together some of the brightest young talent from around the world for 10 extraordinary days of theatre, music, comedy, dance, circus, visual art and more. It is a celebration of new voices, raw talent, ideas in development.

FUSE International (formerly International Youth Arts Festival) provides a platform for emerging artists under 27 and is the place to try new work in a safe and supportive environment. 2023 will mark the 15th festival in the stunning historical location of Kingston upon Thames.

Before applying through Eventotron, we encourage you to first read the application information on our website, and read our festival resources page. This tells you everything you need to know about applying to be part of the festival, and provides helpful information such as venue sizes, services and costs, and FAQs.

If you have any questions about applying to be part of FUSE International 2023, speak to our Festival Director, Petra, on

Applications open – 8 November 2022
Application deadline – 8 January 2023
Programming decisions made – February 2023
FUSE International launch & tickets on sale – May 2023
FUSE International – 30 June 2023 – 9 July 2023

The festival is organised by charity Creative Youth, which supports artists aged 5 – 26.

The artforms FUSE incorporates are changing all the time. We don’t like to be prescriptive – fundamentally, if you have an idea, we want to hear about it. And whatever it is you bring, you can be guaranteed an inclusive, supportive and energetic environment in which to present it.

All applications are made through Eventotron, an online festival platform. There’s more information on the pages below and our festival resources section.