Ideas Test Coronavirus Statement (24/03/20)

Following the Government advice about Coronavirus, Ideas Test has temporarily suspended all our face-to-face activities.  UPDATE: 24/03/2020 Due to the UK Government announcement on restrictions on travel, we are unable to use our regular phone number. If you need to contact us please use our email contact@ideastest.co.uk or through direct messaging on social media (see… Continue Reading

Ideas Test’s big move

Ideas Test are moving! At the end of last year, Arts Council England announced that our Creative People and Places funding will continue up till 2023.   In 2019 we brought many workshops and events to Medway and Swale including; BLINK – Our collaboration with B Arts, Creative Scene, and Vivacity, and created by  Emergency… Continue Reading

Audience Survey results for Ideas Test

You might remember a flurry of social media activity last month, asking you to complete our Audience Survey – many thanks to all of you who helped us out with that. Evaluating the success of what we’re doing is vital if we are to learn from what works and doesn’t work, adapting as we develop… Continue Reading

Blankets Exhibition in Canterbury

Nicola Flower’s ‘Blankets’ project has gone very well, and taken on a life of its own! Having reached the first stage of completion, the textile pieces and a short film are being exhibited at the Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury, as part of the ‘ Digital Encounters’ textiles exhibition, open to the public until Friday, 25th… Continue Reading

Family Arts Small Experiment Callout

A new round of funding, aimed specifically for the Family Arts Festival taking place in October, was announced in our last newsletter. Due to not all the funding in Round 4 being allocated, we decided to open up an opportunity that would allow organisers the time and money to generate high quality, innovative family friendly… Continue Reading