Category Artists

Tracey Thompson Q&A

Tracey is a founder of Revolutionary Arts, and a painter who’s exhibited in Brighton, Canterbury, London, Littlehampton and Worthing. Who do you admire the most? My husband for having the courage of his convictions and like Madonna, always changing to stay interesting. What’s the best piece of advice you received? Trust your own instincts Which […]

Fleurie Forbes-Martin Q&A

Fleurie Forbes-Martin is a digital storyteller for Folk, a creative agency based in Bournemouth, and she recently asked Revolutionary Arts founder Dan Thompson to talk at an event which aimed to inspire their clients. We’ve turned the tables, as we ask her the questions. Who do you admire the most? My boss, who I also consider to […]

Mick Farren on Worthing

Worthing and I didn’t get off to what you might call a great start.I was five years old, and already a little odd, while Worthing was part of the New England, and soulless post-war council estates were pushing out to the east and west, warehousing thousands of baby boom kids with absolutely nothing to do […]

Kayte Judge Q&A

Kayte Judge is a social artist from Bedford. She’s brought Revolutionary Arts to Bedford for talks, Ted x and to help develop an empty shops strategy for the town. We asked her a few simple questions in return.  Who do you admire the most? Women in DIY technology: Beth Koby – Technology Will Save Us; the inventor of Sugru […]

Gerald Glover Q&A

Describe yourself in three words Kitesurfing Creative Designer What’s your favourite record? Parallel Lines – Blondie Who or what inspires you? Neville Brody Which is your favourite word? Possible Reasons to be cheerful? Life’s short so enjoy it What is your favourite colour? Sea Blue Who should we watch out for in the future? Tech […]

Lloyd Davis Q&A

Lloyd Davis, describe yourself in three words Human-scale social storyteller Who or what inspires you? People who connect as people. organising without organisations What puts a smile on your face? People who don’t know each other already (but should) making that first connection Who do you admire the most? Too many to choose from – […]

The Caravan Gallery Q&A

The Caravan Gallery is a mobile exhibition space, visual arts project and event space run by artists Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale. The Caravan Gallery has appeared at a number of Revolutionary Arts events, and Jan and Chris have worked on Revolutionary Arts projects in Carlisle, Coventry, Shoreham by Sea and Worthing. Describe yourself in […]