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Felicity Jackson

 

Editor

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I started volunteering for Now Then as a proof reader back in 2010 and have been working for Opus since 2014. My role at Opus is multi-faceted and I'm lucky that a sizeable portion of my time is spent writing. I love docs, books, the outdoors and my Gretsch. My areas of interest include feminism and social change.

Hold Them Accountable

A new feminist movement is challenging the culture of sexism and sexual harassment in schools.

Nohrr Worm goth

Landscapes and architecture built in monochrome and rendered in detailed lines and dot work give rise to otherworldly dimensions.

Sarah Abbott Water Sounds

Blurring the line between artist and designer, Sarah Abbott’s explorations of the natural world and beyond marry crisp, clean forms with a keen eye for detail.

Open Up Sheffield 2021

Artists and craftspeople celebrate 23 years of open studio events with online showcase throughout May.

Nicole White Curiosity detective

Nicole White’s playful and colourful approach to creativity has taken her all over the world to collaborate with communities and bring their ideas to life.

Liz West Hundreds and Thousands

Past Now Then featured artist reveals stunning installation, wrapping the glass balustrades of the Greenwich Peninsula with a ribbon of undulating colour.

Frame it well, frame it once

New bespoke framing service JoIN places the environment and sustainability at the heart of its work.

Connect, create, collaborate

Leadmill puts out a call for local organisations to co-produce upcoming event series for young people.

City of Sanctuary A welcoming environment

City of Sanctuary Sheffield continues to rise to the challenges brought on by the pandemic as it announces its new co-chair, former Lord Mayor Magid Magid.

Reyt Woof

Bespoke drum-maker has reimagined his craft for the canine fraternity.

Liam Toner Post-Human Painter

Sheffield-based artist uses portraiture to explore art, neurodiversity and what it means to be human.

Helen Mort Behind Every Image is a Person

Violence against women is nothing new, but as new forms emerge, the law must evolve to protect victims. Acclaimed writer Helen Mort shares her experience of ‘deepfakes’ – and the poem she wrote in response.

Bethan Woollvin Creating Mischief

Sheffield-based author and illustrator brings critters, creatures and characters to life in reimagined fables.