Search
Close this search box.

A tale of two Olympic legacies

As the driving force behind the ‘Save Brick Lane’ campaign, Saif Osmani fights for East London’s marginalised voices. Here he argues that disaffection with the Olympic legacy has reinforced inequalities,
with the arts often used to cover-up social divide

What happened next? Exploring the legacy of London 2012

A standing legacy is a rarity; it’s easy to talk about, but a challenge to implement. Although London is world-renowned for a myriad of things, hosting the 2012 Olympics remains one of its larger-scale and undeniable achievements. Many of us were active spectators ten years ago, showing up in the thousands to cheer on Team […]

The Wicked One: Annette Zera

From preserving artist studios by co-founding Mother X to her work running the UK’s Bangladesh Education Trust, we meet a true local artist and activist