After nearly 40 years of creating extraordinary work, Deb Mullins has announced that she is stepping down from her role as Artistic Director
Ross Bolwell (EEA’s Producer Participation and Learning) reflects on fireworks and the importance of making a creative impact in schools.
Two of EEA’s ‘family’ of artists and members sadly died recently and we send our love and sympathy to their families and friends.
CSSD Professor Sally Mackey's latest Performing Place blog post
Thamesmead Festival has been shortlisted for the ‘contribution to London’s cultural excellence’ category.
Our friends at The Illuminated River Foundation are hosting a series of public drop-in exhibitions
Output Arts are commissioning two artworks from artists for the garden that reflect the themes arising from the Spring Waking story
A press release for the project EEA will doing with Central and Prof. Sally Mackey in Bexleyheath this coming summer
Southwark Council, Output Arts and EEA worked together to make a celebration involving the communities around the Blackfriars Mile.
Shermaine Slocombe recently published a blog post on A New Direction's website, calling on schools and the cultural sector to work together.
On a cold, crisp evening on 14 December 2017, EEA and partners EGRA held the first Shine A Light parade in East Greenwich.