Amber Butchart, Azraa Motala, Bharti Parmar, Debbi Lander, Harris Elliott, Sophie Woodward, Teleica Kirkland, Woke Denim Project & Homegrown/Homespun
Alice Kettle (Artist), Edgar Ameti & Emma Shankland (Durham Banner Makers), Daniel & Deborah Burke (Lightworks), Gary Aspden (adidas Spezial), Amber Butchart (Fashion Historian & Broadcaster), Jamie Holman (Artist) & Painting The Town
Halima Cassell (Ceramicist), Malcolm Garrett (Designer), Andria Zafirakou (Artist & Educator), Darren Henley (Arts Council England), Tom Fleming (Creative Strategist), Daniel Charny and Art & Manufacturing
Ian Swift (AKASwifty - Illustrator & Graphic Designer), Malcolm Garrett (Graphic Designer), Martyn Ware (Musician & Artist) & Tash Wilcox (Illustrator & Graphic Designer),
Alice Rawsthorn (Broadcaster & Journalist), Craig Oldham (Graphic Designer) Charles Hadcock (Sculptor), Hugh Miller (Furniture Maker), John Grayson (Artist), Jane Foster (Illustrator), Dave Kirkwood (Designer), Claire Norcross (Designer), Nicholas Roope (Plumen) & Samual Wilkinson (Designer).
John Puttick is a British architect based in London and New York. He established his studio - John Puttick Associates. Gareth Gardner is a photographer and writer specialising in architecture and design.
Conversations in Creativity landed at Cloudspotting Festival 2016 for presentations by illustrator Nick Rhodes (Switchopen) and a special screening of Made You Look. (29 July - 31 July)
Perspectives of inspirational women operating in placemaking and built environment.with Haley Walsh (Artist - Blackburn Open Wall) and Rachel Anderson & Cis O’Boyle (Idle Women).
Exploring to what degree creativity defines what Britain represents to the rest of the world and Bowie's legacy and influence on the creative industries today. With John Robb, Dave Haslam & Wayne Hemingway
A rare and candid insight into the work of some of the UK’s top creative talent, including beautifully shot footage of artists at work and play in their own creative environments.
Originally from Scotland, Donna runs a studio and workshop in London. Her hardworking team knit, sew, pack and send out products to individuals and design shops around the world.
Pete Fowler art has roamed in the fields of music, illustration, toy design, print making, painting, commercial clients and more recently, cross stitch embroidery. The event coincides with a major retrospective of his career at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff.