Chroma Connect

Today I went to Chroma Connect, a “creative summit” preceding the Chromacon Indie Arts Festival, 18th and 19th April (this weekend!). It was a great day, small (compared to something like Semi Permanent), intimate, well-organised and interesting, as well as having a … More »

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