A lot of artists struggle with their mental health and it is often not easy for those outside of it to truly understand what this means. (Click to play video below) https://1create.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/1create-you-are-not-alone.mp4 Working with artists from around the world has given us a unique insight into what this means and we wanted to share a…
The Article Sponsor is Elephant in the Room – Inclusion Now Elephant In The Room (EiTR) is to encourage dialogue and improved access to the arts, culture and music. Bridging the communication gap between the venues/organisations and the Disabled/Deaf/Neurodiversity/Chronic Illness communities. Find out more here. Sulyman Mustapha Bola graduated from Yaba College of Technology in…
1create founding member Paul Fredrick paid a visit to the exhibition to see this years entrants and to show our support for fellow 1creator Patricia Thompson
Behind the Art 2019 with Mark Noble. I use visual language in paint and I became an artist because I was severely dyslexic so excuse the grammar.
At the moment I am doing my best to stay true to my real self. I do not want to conform to the needs of the art market, I just wish to keep creating what lets me express my honest feelings and interests.
Behind the Music 14th edition with King Orange. We talk with Ollie, Tom and Leo: “I find continued inspiration for our material mainly through life…”
I’ve always played acoustic and electric guitar and in recent years have played bass on lots of my own recordings. I like to be fully involved in my musical projects and always have contributions to make to arrangements. I’m a songwriter and see my playing as secondary to this.
In this fifteenth edition we talk with artist Mark Southern from the United Kingdom. What are your struggles? To find an art body or patron that could help me through my difficulties.