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THE HOUSE OF RADHA wants to welcome everyone to the new blog that embraces creativity on all levels from Fashion, Art, Music and Culture.  We are all part of a unique journey and here is where we can share experiences, challenges and success stories together.  To empower one another and build a strong community, who can support each other along the way.

Updated: 5 days ago

Kings College, Cambridge

The Open Studios in Cambridge is a wonderful way to see a diverse range of skilled art and mixed media. Every year, for 4 weekends, you can visit a range of public spaces and private homes to admire and purchase the work of local artists. They showcase art such as glasswork, painting, jewellery, print and other mixed media.

Caliston Art by Cheryl Liston

During the day I visited a friend's private exhibition whilst out in Cambridge, the established artist Gurpran Rau, to see a display of her work. The work explored the connection of the human race, searching for that which binds us together in solidarity. The tactile nature of the art was unusual, with touch being encouraged, meaning that everyone who engages with the art contributes their own DNA to the artwork as well as slowly changing the surface of the art over time.

Speaking to the artists one on one gave a unique insight into their design process and inspiration. The experience of the day showed that despite the vast diversity of people and work, there was an interconnectedness of passion and love for art in its various forms.

Art in the Burrow- by Laura Pearson-Clark

The open studios reminded me about the importance of buying from and supporting local businesses. It is a sustainable way to enjoy art and support the local economy. It is great to see these values taken on by brands such as THE HOUSE OF RADHA, in recognising the importance of keeping design processes local. I believe that this is something we must all consider in order to make ethical and sustainable choices.

By Katie Bearcroft, THE HOUSE OF RADHA

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Updated: 6 days ago

As a fashion designer, I love seeing the work of other artists and designers to inspire my own practice and to gain an insight into the world of design. I recently visited the Paul Smith exhibition at the newly renovated Nottingham Castle to see his design process and to be inspired by a fashion designer who lived in the city where I am studying. Nottingham is a wonderfully youthful, diverse and student orientated city. I have enjoyed its compelling history and access to the arts at locations such as The Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham Castle or at various music venues. Whether it is a protest of rights in front of the town hall or an evening at a nightclub, Nottingham is always an animated and engaging place to live. The life as a student coming out of lockdown due to COVID-19 promises to be once again full of excitement.

Working for the Creative Director & British Fashion Designer Radha Singh, introduced to me through contacts at Nottingham Trent University has provided incredible industry experience, putting into perspective the work that goes into running your own brand. I am continually inspired by THE HOUSE OF RADHA in not only being a fashion brand, but in being an all encompassing, fashion, art and music brand which embraces the arts as a whole. The crossover between fashion and the other creative industries isn’t just a unique take on the arts, but an important aspect of design which opens up the field of inspiration and encourages us to grow as creatives together.

By Katie Bearcroft

#Fashion #Art #Music #Brand #Nottingham #Castle #Exhibition #Creative #Fashiondesigner

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Post written by Avery Sanchez, Glasgow

Creativity from my perspective is a way in which we can be and showcase the importance of our identity. Inspiration can come from all around us and especially from where you live. I ventured out in the City Centre of Glasgow, a city full of Architecture, Fashion, Art and a vibrant nightlife. Glasgow is never a dull place, there’s always something to do and see, from enjoying and socialising in the bars and restaurants, to site seeing around the city and landmarks.

I came across a mural of the world famous Scottish actor Billy Connolly. He is the symbol of Glasgow to so many and is well known for being a comedian and a Hollywood film Actor.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh is also an icon in Scotland, of the 20th century he is famously known for his artistry in interior/furniture/textile design who also had a professional influence on the development of the Modern movement. Charles worked to create totally integrated art/architecture that we all enjoy and continue to embrace today!

#Glasgow #Artist #Architecture #Fashion #Art #Scotland #Diverse

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