18 Feb - 30 Dec 2022 | City Lions | |
Our Virtual Gallery has now launched, and you can see all our amazing submissions! Need some inspiration? Check out what other people have submitted and channel your inner artist.
Based on high demand, our Creative Collective deadline has now been extended to 25th March 2022.
17 Mar - 28 Aug 2022 | | British Museum |
Discover some of the most compelling emerging talents in the field at this free
1 Apr - 17 Jul 2022 | | Somerset House |
Art space which celebrates ungentrified neighbourhoods of London and provides resources for underrepresented artists at Somerset House
17 Jun - 28 Jul 2022 | City Lions | Libraries |
Take a short virtual tour of the Creative Collective exhibitions! Selected works are currently being showcased in Paddington, Pimlico, Maida Vale and Westminster Reference library.
26 Jul - 30 Jul 2022 | | |
Get ready for a City Lions summer exclusive!
This July, we are partnering with The Ambassador Theatre Group (the organisation that brings you all the big West End Shows!) to bring you a brand new exclusive training and rehearsal programme.
Across 5 days you will work with a leading theatre maker and company of performers to:
• Explore drama form and techniques
• Create your own piece of live theatre and perform it!
1 Aug 2022 | Kew Gardens | Kew Gardens / Wakehurst |
Are you a student with scientific sensibilities? A young person with a passion for plants? Or a teenager who is curious about conservation?
Applications for Earthwise: Kew's new, week-long summer programme are now open. They are looking for dedicated young people, between 14 and 17 years old, who are interested in learning more about the natural world, our place within it, and how science can help us answer some of our planet's most pressing questions.
Taking place in the iconic surroundings of Kew Gardens and Wakehurst, Earthwise is a programme designed to deepen understanding of, and connection to, our natural world. It is a practical week of outdoor learning, where participants will have the opportunity to conduct their own scientific research, using the gardens of Kew and Wakehurst as ‘living laboratories’ through which to explore key questions in biodiversity science and conservation.
Participants will hear from Kew researchers and scientists, develop their understanding of environmental science through practical field- skills workshops, and, importantly, have plenty of fun in the process. The deadline for applications is Friday 27 May 2022.