ingénu/e magazine

– South Downs & High Weald

ingénu/e magazine can be found in various outlets across the region (see Outlets page for further details). Meanwhile some of the articles from the magazine can be seen in this section.

The options on this drop-down menu approximate some of  the sections within the printed magazine, with articles covering a wide range of creative activity across the region..

Painting, printmaking, sculpture, textile art, installations, assemblage, and photography can be found under Visual Arts.

Contemporary Crafts covers an eclectic mix of creativity, from studio ceramics, designer glass and contemporary crafts to traditional skills such as wood turning and pottery.

For theatre, film – including independent cinema and emerging film makers – dance, and music of all kinds go to Performing Arts.

Drawing and painting classes, creative writing residential breaks, acting workshops are among the subjects under discussion in Creative Courses.

Poetry, Prose & Illustration speaks for itself. When matched well these are naturally harmonious bedfellows.

Creativity and artistry can be applied to almost any area of life, such as interiors and gardens, the clothes we wear and even food and drink flourish when in the hands of an accomplished designer. See how in Creative Lifestyle.

Bringing the magazine to a close is Coda, Roger’s own inimitable take on the world around him, and a must-read.

“If it’s not in ingénu/e….is it actually happening?!

“The arts are not just a nice thing to have or to do if there is free time or if one can afford it. Rather, paintings and poetry, music and fashion, design and dialogue, they all define who we are as a people and provide an account of our history for the next generation.” – Michelle Obama