Haringey Unchained has been invited all over London by members of the Art and Culture sectors. We’ve also had an incredible range of professional visitors come to our college and engage with our work. Following are some of the bigger events and visits we’ve had over the years, which we think represent the overall depth and breadth of the opportunities we’ve been able to create through our enrichment. But please note that this is not an exhaustive list.
In 2020, Haringey Unchained’s founder, Angie Smith, brought the workshops of HU to America. Current and alumni editorial members then chose a long list for publication on the blog.
Graphic novelist Nick Hayes has visited Haringey Sixth Form College on several occasions to run workshops and discuss the importance of the creative arts and publications like Haringey Unchained.
Two years in a row, the Haringey Unchained editorial team has been invited to the European Literature Network’s event showcasing the work of a particular European Country newly translated into English.
Haringey Unchained students visit Frances Lincoln Publishing, an imprint of The Quarto Group in Angel, London, to learn about a career in publishing and editorial.
Haringey Unchained attends the American Embassy Art Night event as a visitor with the Peabody Trust, one of our funders.
Over the course of about a year, Haringey Unchained was invited to Royal Opera House events, including a ballet, an opera and a University steering group.
John Canfield, MA Manager of the Poetry School London, visited Haringey Unchained to deliver a workshop on sonnets.
Middlesex University kindly invited the writers of Haringey Unchained two years in a row to promote their magazine and blog at their annual English Department organised literature festival.