Read Social media and social struggles

Social media and social struggles

The Internet and protest in 2021

Read Electronic music has gone downtempo during the pandemic

Electronic music has gone downtempo during the pandemic

Musical creativity through three long lockdowns

Read How have horror films and TV shows changed, and why?

How have horror films and TV shows changed, and why?

Horror has become more about things that go bump in the night

Read Before We Disappear

Before We Disappear

Asmaa Jama’s lush and striking interactive experience centres Blackness, Muslimness and Somaliness

Read Walking should not be a privilege

Walking should not be a privilege

Feeling safe should not be a privilege. But for women, this is a privilege that we have never been afforded.

Read Who will escape The Red Room?

Who will escape The Red Room?

A nail-biting new short action film based in Bristol

Read How to create boundaries for your lockdown buying habits

How to create boundaries for your lockdown buying habits

Use your boundary-making mechanisms to limit your buying

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Four ways to get your music heard

Independent artist Ben Savery shares his knowledge on how to get your music played
Music / Upskilling / / Ben Savery

Four Walls: a short film about staying indoors during lockdown

A group of young people reflect on what it’s been like to spend most of the past year stuck...
Bristol / Film / Social Issues / / Rife Editor

Social media and social struggles: the Internet and protest in 2021

Kate examines how protesting has shifted to our screens, and wonders whether that's a good thing
Bristol / Social Issues / / Kate Bowie

Black Poetry from Bristol

Black Poetry Commission: Rizpah Amadasun's 'Meanwhile'

Read Rizpah's poem on the struggle of holding hope and healing in the wake of heartbreak
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

Black Poetry Commission: Tanisha Barrett's 'The future awaits'

Read Tanisha's uplifting poem that centres Black joy, rest and self-care
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

Black Poetry Commission: Shaheim Minzie's 'black boys'

Read Shaheim's poem about the nuanced lives of Black men that are often kept from view
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

Breaking into the Creative Sector: Meshworks Power Lunches

Breaking into the Creative Sector: Meshworks Power Lunch w/ Mr B & Friends, Fourth Floor & OggaDoon

Missed our Power Lunch on social media and branding? Watch it again here and read Qezz's summary
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Qezz Gill

Breaking into the Creative Sector: Meshworks Power Lunch with Bristol 24/7 and Crack Magazine

Missed our Power Lunch on writing and journalism? Watch it again here and let Qezz give you her review
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Qezz Gill

Breaking into the Creative Sector: Meshworks Power Lunch with Icon Films and A Productions

Missed our Power Lunch on filmmaking and production? Watch it again here and let Qezz give you her recap
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Qezz Gill

Latest videos

Who will escape The Red Room?

We talk to Ewan French, the director behind this nail-biting new short action film based in Bristol
Arts/Culture / Bristol / Film / / Rife Editor

Breaking into the Creative Sector: Meshworks Power Lunch w/ Mr B & Friends, Fourth Floor & OggaDoon

Missed our Power Lunch on social media and branding? Watch it again here and read Qezz's summary
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Qezz Gill

Breaking into the Creative Sector: Meshworks Power Lunch with Bristol 24/7 and Crack Magazine

Missed our Power Lunch on writing and journalism? Watch it again here and let Qezz give you her review
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Qezz Gill

Latest articles

How have horror films and TV shows changed, and why?

Molly takes a look at how the scariest of genres has kept up with changing audiences all the way up...
Arts/Culture / Film / / Molly Knapp

Electronic music has gone downtempo during the pandemic – will it last?

Gabi takes you on an exploration of musical creativity through three long lockdowns

Watch Before We Disappear: an interactive experience on surveillance and disappearing

Asmaa Jama's lush and striking interactive experience centres Blackness, Muslimness and Somaliness