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A neon text installation reading 'I Am Ecstatic Right Now' seen at night.
May 6, 2024

An interview with Lumiere’s BRILLIANT artist, Emma Griffiths: ‘The deaf community is such a diverse spectrum and, for me, what’s important is trying to bring light to that.’

Did you know that 12 million adults in the UK are deaf or have hearing loss? To celebrate Deaf Awareness Week, we spoke to Lumiere’s BRILLIANT artist Emma Griffiths… Read More

Dave Young's concept sketch of Babylon Gamelan
April 30, 2024

Facilitation Traineeship

We are looking for Facilitation Trainees to support the lead artist and facilitator throughout the workshop process. This is a paid opportunity and would suit candidates who are interested in learning more about community engagement and facilitation within an arts and educational setting. Read More

Great Fire of London schools workshop, 2016. London’s Burning, a festival of arts and ideas for Great Fire 350. Produced by Artichoke. Photo courtesy of London Borough of Islington
April 15, 2024

Top Tips for Writing Your Funding Application

Artichoke’s Head of Trusts & Foundations Emily Turner has worked at Artichoke since 2017. We asked Emily to give us her top tips on where to find grant opportunities, how to apply and the important do’s and don’ts. Read More

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London 1666 participants and artist David Best holding up wooden numbers which say
London 1666, David Best, London’s Burning, a festival of arts and ideas for Great Fire 350. Produced by Artichoke. Photo by Matthew Andrews