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New Showreel for 2015

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. 

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Young Reporter on EEA’s Fun Palace 2014

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.

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Survey for participatory practitioners

A couple of years ago many practitioners responded to a survey 'Reasons to be Cheerful', concerning what motivates and keeps practitioners in participatory and socially engaged arts practices. Then last year Kat Low and Sue Mayo did research into the training of 'applied' practitioners, and are...

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Outdoor Arts Campaign

EEA are partners in the Outdoor Arts Catalyst Consortium, a national advocacy campaign to secure the future of the UK’s outdoor arts sector.

The advocacy campaign has been set up to help this dynamic sector of the arts to flourish and attract new sources of funding.

Outdoor arts events...

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Talawa recruiting for TYPT:14 – flagship programme for emerging theatre-makers

TYPT: 14
21 July – 16 August 2013
Any theatre-maker aged 18 – 25 years
Deadline for Applications 13 June 2014

If you are aged 18 - 25 years, creative and keen to work in the performing arts, apply to TYPT:14. 

TYPT, Talawa's integrated programme for emerging theatre-makers, is a remarkable...

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Creating Routes

'Creating Routes' is a programme designed for training London’s young participatory Arts Practitioners of the Future.

Gail Babb (Talawa Theatre Company) and Chloe Osborne (EEA), lead the programme and mentor the young people along with Sue Mayo (Goldsmith's University). We are currently in year...

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Kingswood Draw

A real public art project - lovely write up and pictures by Saba Salman

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Watch The Bureau

In 2012, Corelli College in collaboration with Emergency Exit Arts delivered the highly successful Signs of Change project in 6 primary schools. The project encouraged young people to understand that they have a positive contribution to make on their communities and the environment and they can...

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The Kingswood Draw

Interactive Dulwich arts labs let will allow you to unleash creativity - Article in News Shopper 
More information about The Kingswood Draw and how to get involved here

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St Patrick’s Day 2014

This year for St Patrick's Day we transformed our giant in to St Patrick himself, he joined the central London parade and spent the afternoon at the celebrations in Trafalgar Square.

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Top News

Changing lives: TOWIE helps Jessica bag a job

TOWIE, A National Lottery funded project for young people gave Jessica the skills and confidence she needed to overcome setbacks and break into her chosen career.

Maritime Memories Machine

Hear the chimes of the ice cream van? It must mean summer is officially here and EEA will be in the driving seat as we embark on a new exciting venture alongside National Maritime Museum…in an ice cream van!

The People’s Parlour

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. 


Latest Event

MakerClub

EEA are pleased to be working in partnership with MakerClub, an innovative new organisation who specialise in creative programming and robotics.

Indian Summer at Horniman Museum and Gardens

EEA in association with Jamshid Maylanchi and Jasmine Simhalan has been commissioned by Horniman Museum to create visual and performing arts experiences for families as part of this Indian Summer season of performances, activities and insights.

EEA – A Way Out of the Ordinary into the Extraordinary