BEAF 2018 Highlights Video

by | Apr 26, 2019 | News Articles | 0 comments

The BEAF 2018 Highlights video is here!

Over 10K people and 100 events making a difference to creativity and the community.

Here are some amazing comments from last year’s festival:

“Lovely to see people out relaxing, sharing space.”

“Very glad to be part of a festival that celebrates and incubates local artists”

“Brings joy and a sense of community”

“Gives space  & opportunity for people to stop + think + be creative in busy lives.”

“Who could imagine that two actors Neill and Trac Pawley, would create such Pathos and hilarity in two 55 second acts.”- brilliant- John & Steve, Fishermans Walk Cliff Lift Operators on Language Timothy

Come along to BEAF 2019 from 4th- 12th May to see this year’s wonderful range of creative activities and performances!

 

Recent Articles

creating and skating with artist Eloise Dörr

creating and skating with artist Eloise Dörr

Guess what!? We’re extending our Design a Deck Competition! Don’t worry, we’ve got half term covered and we’re giving you until the 14th June. We have been overwhelmed with the number of entries we have received so far, that we have decided you give you even longer to...

read more
BEAF Introduces: Fin, Mike and MBN Arts

BEAF Introduces: Fin, Mike and MBN Arts

You must have heard about our Design a Deck Competition by now? If you haven’t that’s cool, you can read all about it HERE. To run alongside our competition, we’ve asked Mike from MBN Arts to run some workshops with Jewell Academy and The Bishop of Winchester Academy....

read more
BEAF x Connect

BEAF x Connect

BEAF sets diversity brief for AUB students Connect is a virtual exhibition, borne from a brief set by us for the 2nd year  Creative Event Management students at Arts University Bournemouth. We caught up with BEAF team member Quianna Maw to see how it went: Tell us a...

read more
William Kentridge inspires BEAF 2021

William Kentridge inspires BEAF 2021

William Kentridge inspires BEAF 2021 We have shared our ideas, asked for your thoughts and now we want to introduce William Kentridge, and share why his work ‘Other Faces’ was the inspiration behind this years festival theme 2B Human. We are honoured and excited to be...

read more
BEAF Introduces: Seeking Refuge

BEAF Introduces: Seeking Refuge

Introducing Seeking Refuge, Caroline & the photographers. "Forced migration is a pressing issue in the modern world. It is an issue which we usually view from afar" This week we chatted to Caroline Beale Johnson about the incredible work her project Seeking Refuge...

read more