Final week: help kickstart Karen
Karen is a life coach and she is friendly. Too friendly. Karen is an app that mixes gaming and storytelling. We need your help to bring her to life.
Ju Row Farr to speak at Brighton’s biggest TEDx: Many Hands
The event, held on 31st October, will explore connectivity, convergence and community. Find out more.
Welcome Nick Rebstadt, our new Artist in Residence.
Nick will be with us throughout October and November with a focus on technology and interior design. Find out more.
Want to work in the arts? Apply to be a Blast Theory volunteer
Could you be the ambitious arts volunteer we’re looking for? We're recruiting now for volunteers for the first six months of 2015.
Hello to Adryon Stuart
We are excited to welcome Adryon to the Blast Theory fold as our new Marketing and Communications Coordinator.
Watch an interview with former resident Joe Ryan
At the end of his month-long residency, Joe took some time out to tell us about the street game he was working on...and let us test it.
Nick is Back!
Nick is back from his 5-month sabbatical; he went to Madrid, Massachusetts and Middle Street (Brighton). Read our interview with him to find out what he got up to.
Book now for the Games and Performance Masterclass at Cambridge Junction
Following our presentation of Rider Spoke, we are leading a two-day Games and Performance Masterclass at Cambridge Junction on Sat 8th & Sun 9th November.
Blast Theory part of FutureEverything’s ArtsAPI project
Along with 5 other leading arts organisations, we are thrilled to be part of FutureEverything’s ambitious ArtsAPI project, aiming to develop a new web application to show the value and impact generated through our networks
Read Ju's blog about The Thing I'll Be Doing For The Rest Of My Life
Last year Ju worked with an army of volunteers to drag a 30 tonne fishing trawler out of the sea and into a resting place in central Nagoya. Read her latest blog, one year on.
Read Matt’s blog about Krautrock Pilot Week
We recently spent five days doing research and development on a new project about the intersection between the Krautrock school of German music and the radical left wing opposition in West Germany in the late 1960s-1970s. Click here to read more.
View our photos from I'd Hide You
Take a look at some of the highlights from Sheffield Doc/Fest this year.
View photos and read reviews from Rider Spoke in Cambridge
Have a look at some of the images and read the wonderful MirrorLamp blog post following the presentation of Rider Spoke at Cambridge Junction.
Read our blogs celebrating the 100th anniversary of BLAST
Celebrating the anniversary of Wyndham Lewis’s Vorticist’s literary magazine BLAST, Blast Theory's Matt Adams and Cambridge Junction's Daniel Pitt reflect on the importance of this publication.
Read the latest on Live Transmission
Find out about the latest updates on Live Transmission, a project aimed at stretching the boundaries of mobile culture, live video transmission and game play.
That Changed My Life: Why Does Art And Culture Matter To You?
Make a video about the importance of art and culture. We want to share the multitude of ways that our lives have been enhanced by the breadth and vibrancy of art and culture in this country.
Tell us your story about a Blast Theory project
Have you ever experienced a Blast Theory project? Have you got a story to share about what happened? Whatever it is - however large or small - please share it with us.
Rider Spoke has been nominated for the International Award for Public Art
With several upcoming tours, we couldn’t be more excited that the public have voted for Rider Spoke as a semifinalist for the IAPA for the upcoming round in the Southeast Asian region.