This week, as part of our Barnabas Makers Series, Pivot came to the House to lead two workshops for both our Employment Academy participants and our members. We spoke to their Master Maker, Jason, about his journey from homelessness to Programming and Workshop Lead at Pivot.
To coincide with our debut Barnabas Makers Series, we chat to our Makers to find out more about their practice, what influences their work and how craft can be a powerful tool to connect with not only yourself, but the community.
To celebrate South Asian Heritage Month, our new Art Executive - Sahar Bano Malik, gives us some more information about its conception and shares with us some amazing art and culture created by the community for you to enjoy.
We celebrate the graduation success of our 18th Employment Preparation Programme. Find out more about what the next year entails for our graduates as our progression team supports them through a guided pathway back into lasting, good work and a secure home.
We catch up with Maria, founder of Suited & Booted - an affiliate social enterprise that works to break the cycle of homelessness by helping disadvantaged and vulnerable men be successful in their job interviews.
Employment Preparation Programme 18 – Participant’s Blog: Paul's Story
Participant Paul reveals the impact of Covid-19 had on his job stability, housing and overall health, and shares how the Employment Academy has provided the support he needs to get back into lasting, good work.
Find out what our panel had to say about good work in hospitality’s recovery from Covid-19.
Our panellists from BrewDog, BAFTA 195 Piccadilly, the Institute for Employment Studies, HR rewired and Helen and Malek, Employment Academy graduates, discuss whether good work can be prioritised in hospitality's recovery from Covid-19.
House of St Barnabas & GAIKA present: A New Dawn - The Era of Reclamation
We are proud to launch “A New Dawn – The Era of Reclamation” - a new series of digital culture and impact events, designed to create a challenging, thought-provoking and radical forum for debate. First up - an installation by critically acclaimed British visual artist, rapper and producer, GAIKA.
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