ART:sync Vision Statement
The ART:sync vision is to align culturally diverse communities with high-quality arts activity with the aim of mainstreaming diversity in the arts. The collective are committed to making diverse artforms accessible to diverse audiences; extending the existing range of opportunities for participation and inclusion to address the current [...]
Originating as the Brighton Hip Hop Festival (BHHF) in 2004 and rebranded in 2008, Rising Styles (RS) has become the UK’s largest annual celebration of International Hip Hop culture. In the past few years the one-week festival has gone from strength to strength and is recognised as a must attend event for all Hip Hop [...]Read more
MI21 is a dynamic live audio/visual project to re-score and re-visualize the groundbreaking ‘tour-de-force’ of Indian cinematic history ‘Mother India’.
Nominated for an Oscar for best Foreign Film in 1957, the film came to symbolise the post-colonial Indian psyche interpreted through the ambitions, struggles, compassion and sheer will to survive of the central ‘Mother’ character Radha. [...]