RCF Good News Stories
Find out how Real Creative Futures has helped to support Creatives achieve their goals, whether it be through developing a new product, exhibiting their work or becoming self-employed .
It's always great to shout about good news so if your have any RCF related stories, please let us know so we can shout about them too!
Lamar Francois Exhibition
Introducing the most recent exhibition by Lamar Francois - 'Venturing into Nocturnal Nottingham'. Lamar is currently showcasing a series of limited edition prints in conjunction with Café Sobar, exploring different views of Nottingham by night. The series of images were taken over the past year and capture the urban beauty of Nottingham once the sun has gone down.
Prints are for sale and 15% of the profits go to Double Impact, the business behind the Café Sobar newsletter. Go have a look around and pick up a print celebrating our lovely city!
We would like to wish Julie Russell well with her new business, Eat, Bake and Sing! Julie uses bread baking sessions to incorporate social eating and live music, "partly as a form of therapy but also to empower others to bake their own, healthy bread". The workshops are all about coming together, learning to bake, sharing food and meeting people. Mindfulness is practiced whilst baking in a calm and peaceful environment.
Spread the word about these brilliant sessions and pop along to experience them for yourself! More information available here.
New Designers - One Year In
We're very excited to share that RCF participant, Rosie Deegan, will be presenting a new collection of artwork at this year's New Designers - One Year In show. The artwork will exhibit across 'Week One' of the show (27th - 30th June), at Business Design Centre, London. The collection takes inspiration from the 'pink tax' and is showcased through objects created using glass and gold leaf.
To find out more about Rosie's work, visit the Rosie Deegan website available here.
For more information about New Designers, visit the website here.