We find out about a new safe space for women in the creative arts industry; free from sexism or derogatory remarks.
Exhibition | Retracing a disappearing landscape
We visit an exhibition which sheds light on Libya by focusing on the contested story of its modern history.
Rojda Yavuz talks about her experiences of being part of the Kurdish diaspora in Europe and how her history has shaped her identity.
Taking control of our narrative
To challenge the stereotypes and marginalisation artists use their creative talents to claim back their narrative, promote diversity and cohesion.
The oral art of the 21st century
We investigate the oral art of Spoken Word and shows how enabling conversation is a 21st-century therapy session.
I'm not scared
Nour is a Syrian who lives in the USA but has been studying in Britain for the past year. During this time, Donald Trump has come to power and the country’s political rhetoric has taken a chilling turn against Muslims. These are her thoughts on her imminent return.
Chapter and verse on the London poetry scene
A look inside the complexity and intricacy of the London poetry scene.
In conversation with | Anthony Anaxagorou
Artefact finds out more about his journey through the London poetry scene.
Music | Shedding Skin by Ghostpoet
Ghostpoet’s new album Shedding Skin reminds us of the realistic troubles and triumphs of life.
Emerging poet A.K. Blakemore talks about her debut collection of poetry Humbert Summer due for release later this year.