Spotlight on GUAP Work Experiences: Who is Naila Owusu

Spotlight on GUAP Work Experiences: Who is Naila Owusu

Naila Owusu is an up-and-coming Black-British visual artist and graphic designer breaking out into the creative scene. She employs her fascination with colour and texture to create pieces that serve to reflect

The faces leading Armenia and Cyprus’ Creative Industry

The faces leading Armenia and Cyprus’ Creative Industry

Hey everyone, I’m Katie Bedrossian! You’re probably wondering where that long surname comes from. It’s Armenian! Some Armenian creatives you may know of include Kim Kardashian and Cher but there are so

UD Music and GUAP take over the V&A Museum for an exceptional Live Open Mic Night

UD Music and GUAP take over the V&A Museum for an exceptional Live Open Mic Night

Since September 2022, UD have been running their monthly Open Mic night at their Talent House home, in Stratford, E15. Teaming up with GUAP for their Friday Late, UD moved Open Mic

REDEYE presents: Limbo, a film about the bloom of friendship on hostile soil

REDEYE presents: Limbo, a film about the bloom of friendship on hostile soil

LIMBO is filmed on an expansive breathtaking Scottish landscape that allows us to feel the stretch of time across each shot. Somewhere in between lie four immigrants seeking asylum salvation. The overtones

A master storyteller, who found solace in music, meet Ramonie

A master storyteller, who found solace in music, meet Ramonie

Ramonie is a 20-year-old emerging artist from East London who discovered his love for music during the start of the pandemic. He had previously been an aspiring footballer, but when football didn’t

Less Talking, by Gabriel Dedji

Less Talking, by Gabriel Dedji

Real togetherness is an elusive force which is painstaking to achieve but euphoric to experience. It is the process of community being formed, new moments being shared and a singular goal being

The emerging inclusivity toward the LGBT Community in Modern Rap Culture

The emerging inclusivity toward the LGBT Community in Modern Rap Culture

EARLIER THIS YEAR, RAPPER ISAIAH RASHAD’S UNEXPECTED OUTING REVEALED THE CURRENT ATTITUDE OF THE HIP-HOP COMMUNITY TOWARD QUEERFOLK. RASHAD RECEIVED A SURPRISINGLY WHOLESOME RESPONSE, BEING MET WITH LOVE AND ACCEPTANCE DESPITE THE

Black Influencers and Mental Health Advocates back new better health – Every Mind Matters campaign calling on the community to be kind to their minds

Black Influencers and Mental Health Advocates back new better health – Every Mind Matters campaign calling on the community to be kind to their minds

New research reveals 6 in 10 Black people regularly experience anxiety (62%). Despite Sunday being the traditional day of rest or a recreational day for most as the weekend draws to a

Celebrating Black Women, Claiming A Seat At The Table

Celebrating Black Women, Claiming A Seat At The Table

Many of us exist through the chaos of life without giving ourselves opportunities to stop and interrogate who we are and what exactly that means. For most people, adulting is part of

Contemporary Brazillian artist Luedji Luna on her Jazz Cafe debut, The Afro-Brazillian Diasporic experience and Motherhood.

Contemporary Brazillian artist Luedji Luna on her Jazz Cafe debut, The Afro-Brazillian Diasporic experience and Motherhood.

Returning to the international stage, Luedji Luna, one of North Eastern Brazil’s most exciting contemporary artists. We sat down with her after her sold out Jazz Café debut to talk motherhood, nature

An eclectic journey of memory and music – Nadeem Din-Gabisi shares his latest release ‘Pool’

An eclectic journey of memory and music – Nadeem Din-Gabisi shares his latest release ‘Pool’

Nadeem Din-Gabisi’s debut album, POOL, accompanies the listeners throughout a journey into the singer’s conscience and memory. Water is the main metaphor used by the artist to dive into reflections about moments

Faith Trade, a tale of two clashing worlds

Faith Trade, a tale of two clashing worlds

Raphael Boamah-Asare continues to visually command attention with his narrative realism cinematography in this ode to black manhood in the UK. In his latest piece, Faith Trade, Boamah-Asare dives into the world