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Katie Day

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Katie is a Creative Events Management student at Arts University Bournemouth and journalist. She has experience in the field in both the UK and France. Originally from Kent, she relocated to Bournemouth for university and has been in love with it ever since. She most enjoys writing about arts, culture, and events. Currently, Katie is completing an internship with Bournemouth Emerging Arts Festival (BEAF).

Matt Evans, Founder: Box of Well Nice Stuff

The box was a collection of some of my favourite local artists’ work. The works were created into some awesome, unique products. We made stickers, colouring books, badges, prints and my favourite was the temporary tattoos! They allowed people to wear the artists’ work on their skin, which was quite exciting...

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