October 2020

Impact of new COVID Tiering System

Earlier this week the Government announced its new Tiering System: Medium (Tier 1), High (Tier 2), Very High (Tier 3). We have taken the time to review the Government’s guidance and cross-referenced with interpretations from our partners and other businesses, and understand that events can continue to operate in Tiers 1, and in Tier 2 […]

Putting Black Women in the Arts Centre Stage

It should be no surprise that the visual arts have a significant skew towards men, and white men in particularly. Shockingly, in the National Gallery’s collection of over 2,300 pieces only 21 are by women artists (National Gallery). Of these 21 women, none are black.  We know that there are black women artists and creatives – but Black […]

Iconic Artworks to see in the Tate by Black Artists

Spend an afternoon this Black History Month appreciating some of the most iconic artworks by Black Artists in the Tate. Have we missed any? Please let us know in the comments. Christ Ofilli – No Women No Cry, 1998 This large, striking painting depicts the profile of a woman crying. The painting is vibrant with […]