✧ Ongoing Projects ✦ Upcoming Events ✧ Applications ✦ Services Black Brighton Market Ongoing project “Black Brighton Market is a place where Black and People of colour have the opportunity to sell their art, goods, services and perform to the general public. Creating equal opportunities and better profits within the BIPOC community. Black Brighton Market will be held every month.” TheContinue reading “You, Me & 2023 – Newsletter”
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Black Brighton Market : The Launch
In the run-up to the day, I was most panicked about not being panicked. I had the application deadline so early, that I knew what all the sellers needed and all their information so my planning and all the information I needed was collected and at my fingertips. The venue was also sorted with enoughContinue reading “Black Brighton Market : The Launch”
Black Brighton Market; Where it began & Where it is now.
Black Brighton Market has been something I have been working on in my mind for a good few years now, It was inspired from a previous project of mine which, financially and planning wise, was a lot simpler. When I initially came up with the idea of BBM I kept it quiet for a while,Continue reading “Black Brighton Market; Where it began & Where it is now.”
Create & Drink – Tie Dye
It was a bit of a head-scratcher thinking of what to do for the second Create & Drink 2022. As much as materials like oil paints, acrylics, watercolours, colour pens and pencil are all very different in their result, I wanted each event to be so different from the last, that I wasn’t constantly buyingContinue reading “Create & Drink – Tie Dye”
Making Plant hangers with Macrame
I hope the end of your 2021 was a fruitful as mine. I ended the year with learning some new crafts, I know what you’re thinking… when will it end!? I got lots of plants as I’m sure most do, and it’s always long cleaning when you’ve got to lift them all up, and sometimesContinue reading “Making Plant hangers with Macrame”
HOLA FEA! At Brighton’s Feminist Book shop.
So, we got the idea on paper, got it on the computer, made it look all nice, stuck it on the website looking all professional, but what now? Where did I take it from here? Putting it online was usually my final goal, but now it was time to aim higher. I remembered the adviceContinue reading “HOLA FEA! At Brighton’s Feminist Book shop.”
Sussex Universities’ Festival of Ideas – Talking about Finding Home – with Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi, Wasi Daniju and Tendai Lewis
Sharing personal journeys and insights from their respective crafts, the panellists explore what it means to bear witness, produce work and build communities at this current conjuncture, and offer ideas for collective ways of working, while resisting racism and oppression. They will examine survival strategies, giving advice and important food for thought for others inContinue reading “Sussex Universities’ Festival of Ideas – Talking about Finding Home – with Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi, Wasi Daniju and Tendai Lewis”
A tip for a tip!
As a creative adviser, if you feel give got a tip from me that’s helped your business and/or creativity, feel free to give me a tip for my tips! You can also submit a testimonial on my website at the bottom of the testimonials page. My Paypal Head to testimonials
A few years ago, I took my first solo holiday to Barcelona , Spain. I booked a hostel in the centre for 5 nights and 6 days. I had studied Spanish at school so it was the smartest foreign-to-me place to go for the first time on my own. On the second or third dayContinue reading “Hola Fea!”