On a cold, crisp evening on 14 December 2017, EEA and partners EGRA held the first Shine A Light parade in East Greenwich.
Can you think of anything you like more than a cup of tea and a chat with someone you love?
TOWIE, a project for young people gave Jessica the skills and confidence she needed to overcome setbacks and break into her chosen career.
This summer EEA will be touring England to ask the nation; what are your maritime memories and what is your connection to the sea?
This summer Corelli College will be opening its doors to the Inventor’s Imaginarium, a place of wonder and ground breaking discovery!
We were thrilled to be working with our collaborators to accompany 8 young people the opportunity to take part in the Youth Encounter.
EEA in along with Output Arts created Spring Waking to celebrate the Spring Equinox and mark the changing of the seasons.
Rothbury Hall has opened its doors to our local elder neighbours to find out how they would like to change their local area creatively.
Arts Council England invest £248,601 in Emergency Exit Arts for Paper Peace, a project developing 5 collaborative partnerships in the UK.
EEA along with HOME Slough, Creative People and Places and Creative Junction brought astronomical discovery into the centre of Slough.
Inspired by what we want to see outside of our windows, we worked with 800 participants to create a beautiful lantern parade.
Inspired by the wonderful world of Roald Dahl, EEA brought Eltham High Street to life with hundreds of lanterns and drumming bands.