Noods launch ‘Crosstalk’ to support next generation of creative pioneers

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Noods Radio offshoot Noods Levels have announced ‘Crosstalk’: a day of talks and workshops aimed at empowering the next generation of creatives.

Taking place on 26th March, the day – hosted by arts producer, Rising Arts Agency Non-Exec Director and Bristol City Council’s Culture Board member Emma Blake Morsi – will focus on in-depth sessions in the areas of radio, videography and composition, led by No Signal Radio, Geoff Barrow (Portishead) and Ashleigh Jadee (Skepta & The Rap Game UK).


Developed for young people, by young people, the day aims to support the future of Bristol’s creative scene, with those in attendance receiving insights on how to make a career in the creative sector, how to develop their practice and the experiences of those who came before them.

Host Emma Blake Morsi said: “There are so many ways to cultivate your own path within the creative industry. My work is very eclectic, so I’m truly excited to be part of an event that aims to empower young creatives to pursue their aspirations.”

CrossTalk will take place at the Arnolfini, Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts.