Arts Council England invest £243,000 in Emergency Exit Arts to develop a Greenwich Making Space
Aged 13 -16 and interested in taking part in the Street Arts Academy? Take a look into what happens inside the Street Arts Academy.
Nelly, our Mechanical Elephant was featured on BBC's Don't Tell the Bride. The couple rode the elephant through the streets of Brighton.
Find out more about how EEA worked with Forest Hill School to deliver their Young Citizenship Programme (YCP)
Are you a theatre-maker who want to use their creative skills in the community. Find out more about joining the Creating Routes programme.
Teavolution invites the audience to celebrate the achievements of the Women’s Institute over the past 100 years. Read more about the show.
EEA along with partners have published an action research report into the experiences of five leading Outdoor Arts organisations.
Creative Heritage Training supports 18 – 25-year-olds to explore Radical Citizenship.
Creative Burps: Introducing Primary School Pupils to Public Art. Watch our video and find out more.
Forget the painted faces and novelty shoes, this is clowning as you might have never seen it!
EEA is flat packing its Street Arts Academy and throughout June and July they will be popping up at secondary schools throughout Greenwich.
Emergency Exit Arts presents...TEAvolution. The Women’s Institute like you’ve never seen them before!