Commissioned to bring an entirely new event to the streets of Catford, we worked with four schools, as well as seeing 300 people come through our open workshops, to create a beautiful lantern parade with about 800 participants. Inspired by what we want to see outside of our windows (whether, our...Read more...
Emergency Exit Arts once again brought Eltham High Street to life with colour, music and light. With many schools and groups in the area taking part, we had over 500 people join us on the procession. Inspired by the wonderful world of Roald Dahl, hundreds of lanterns were created, and drumming...Read more...
The Only Way is Ethics (TOWIE) is our creative heritage training programme with Bishopsgate Institute, funded by Heritage Lottery, we support young adults to develop a professional practice through political discussion and a dynamic exploration of ideas.
As the 18 month project draws to a close...Read more...
Age 13 -16 and interested in taking part in the Street Arts Academy?
Inside the Street Arts Academy
Take a look into what happens inside the Street Arts Academy, from rehearsing to performing outdoors
Why Street Arts?
Hear why one of...
Nelly, our Mechanical Elephant was featured on BBC's Don't Tell the Bride on Tuesday 8th December 2015, the happy couple rode the elephant through the streets of Brighton in a colourful Bollywood themed procession. Watch it here
In 2015 we developed a new small - scale touring show, TEAvolution. We have toured it to a number of festivals this summer including Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, City of London Festival, Fuse Festival and Royal Borough of Greenwich’s ParksFest.
Teavolution invites the...Read more...
- Introducing Primary School Pupils to Public Art
- Supporting young people to become the commissioners of an interactive art work in their school’s outdoor space
- Creating a permanent resource for therapeutic play
- Providing opportunities for primary...
A fantastic video of City Centre Winterfest that we created in November 2014 for Appetite Stoke
We have a beautiful new showreel of all our best bits, thanks to the very talented Enrique Rovira for doing such a good job on the editing and to Ben Raine for the music composition.Read more...
Is there an elephant in the fun palace?
On Sunday 5th October, 130 institutions of art and science across the UK took part in creating temporary Fun Palaces based on the needs of their community, to offer fun and creative activities to the public.
Emergency Exit Arts (EEA) are looking to appoint an experienced and proactive Premises Manager to take primary responsibility for the security and maintenance of Rothbury Hall, the external workshop and the storage facility, as well as the tools and machinery used at EEA including sewing machines; 3D printers; laser cutter; woodwork and metal working tools.
Rothbury Hall, Emergency Exit Arts' home has opened its doors to our local elder neighbours in East Greenwich to find out how they would like to change their local area creatively and explore new creative skills together.
Arts Council England invest £248,601 in Emergency Exit Arts for Paper Peace, a project developing 5 collaborative partnerships across the UK of Young Producers (18-25), arts and heritage organisations.
EEA are pleased to be working in partnership with MakerClub, an innovative new organisation who specialise in creative programming and robotics.