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Interviewed by Isabel Beresford-Cole from Westcliff High School for Girls doing work experience at Metal Culture.
Charlotte Hamilton has answered the following questions about her clothing company, Sugar Storm, and has discussed what she plans to do at the Grrrl Zine Fair.
See the full line up for the Grrrl Zine Fair here:
Interview by Rupashri Chatterjee, Work Experience Student from Westcliff High School for Girls.
Kei Maye, from North London, was born into a creative family of musicians, poets, sculptors and more. After going to university, like many students of creative subjects, she was faced with a series of rejections and had to work a job that didn’t truly allow for creative output. But one day, she changed her mind and decided to take a risk. Kei based her income and life from then on around creativity. As a result, she’s had a flourishing career. She has exhibited her work in numerous showcases and exhibitions, sold on retailers like Not On The High Street, worked as a curator, taught art and been involved in panels. Now she lives a life she loves - involved in digital product designing, and creative coaching. Kei helps others in the position she once was to lead a successful creative life. Here are some questions we decided to ask prior to the Grrrl Zine Fair. To see the full line-up, click here: https://www.villagegreenfestival.com/blog/detail/grrrl-zine-announced.html
Join us for a FREE event at Chalkwell Hall to find out more about Artist Village at this year's Village Green festival.
'I stopped hiding. I started to perform. Performing gave me a platform to reveal myself!'
Kate Marsh, dancer and choreographer
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