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Take Five with Kate Enters

Kate Enters is anartist, the Founder & Director ofArtCan, Editor at Large forSTATEf22magazine and monthly arts Features Writer forWall Street Internationalmagazine’s online arts pages. 

As a painter, Kate responds to her contemporary life in London creating paintings that depict moments in time through stylised compositions borrowing from vintage scenes, quotations, book titles as well as taking a wry look at social media, all conveyed through her own mix of wit and pathos. 

ArtCan is Kate’s innovation, a non-profit arts organisation that supports artists through profile raising activities and exhibitions, an open network of ‘likeminded’ peers, and practical support structures.

Take Five with Jon Jacob

Jon Jacob Thoroughly Good Coach and Podcast Take Five blog for Catching Fireworks

Jon Jacobis a freelance journalist, digital producer, and accreditedexecutive coach. He writes an excellent blog,Thoroughly Good Me, about his love of the arts, classical music in particular, with smatterings of Eurovision and Strictly Come Dancing. (As well as these shared interests, we get on well because we share a sense of privilege at being allowed to coach and a deep love of stationery!) He curates a weekly playlist of classical music on Spotify and has recently launched theThoroughly Good Podcast

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Christmas Greetings!

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Catching Fireworks Christmas Card 2017
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Take Five with Caroline Dale

Caroline Dale is an Alexander Teacher who is on a mission! Over many years, she has seen how babies' posture is often compromised when sitting in buggies, the effects of which can continue into later life. She has created a headrest which can be attached to most buggies which not only supports baby's head, but can also be connected via blue tooth to music or stories to soothe them. Caroline recently launched her crowdfundingcampaignand is looking for your support, whether for yourself if you are a soon to be parent, or as a gift for friends.