Sunday Harvest: Interview with Girls Can Play Guitar

Ahead of tomorrow’s International Women’s Day event, Claire sat down with Izzy Hobbs, to talk through all things Womxn, arts and Yorkshire. Izzy recently launched her platform, Girls Can Play Guitar, showcasing the best of female musicians in the Leeds music scene. Pledging to ensure that all their live events feature female musicians, Girls CanContinue reading “Sunday Harvest: Interview with Girls Can Play Guitar”

Sunday Harvest: Jenny’s Opinion on ‘Taylor’s Version’

We have a very special Sunday Harvest to share with you this week! Following Taylor Swift’s release of ‘Love Story (Taylor’s Version)’, as well as the momentum surrounding Framing Britney Spears, we wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the all-too-familiar tale of an industry with a history of trying to disempower some of itsContinue reading “Sunday Harvest: Jenny’s Opinion on ‘Taylor’s Version’”

Alice Mortimer – ‘Looking Forward’

“With my design I was inspired by antique masonic banners which often feature interesting symbols such as doves and eyes, and wanted to design my own with other symbols of good luck and optimism (the arrow, clover, etc.) Maybe one day I’ll make this into a textile piece!” — Alice Mortimer on the inspiration behindContinue reading “Alice Mortimer – ‘Looking Forward’”

ARCADE interview: Scarborough as “A Beacon for Creatives”

Ahead of January’s live session from Ellie Robinson, in this Sunday Harvest Claire discusses all things Scarborough with ARCADE co-founder, Rach Drew. They explore the power of the seaside, ARCADE as a vehicle for Northern female empowerment and the overarching uniqueness which fosters creativity within the borough. Here at Bloom Sessions, we wanted to spendContinue reading “ARCADE interview: Scarborough as “A Beacon for Creatives””