Sky workers have been writing and drawing their sources of inspiration as part of the Sky Arts Ignition series to encourage them to develop an interest in art.
The Sky Arts Ignition series began with Doug Aitken’s exhibition The Source at the Tate Museum in Liverpool.
It featured a series of screens showing conversations between Doug and prominent artists, architects and musicians discussing what inspires them.
This concept was then taken to Sky workplaces with employees being encouraged to have their own conversations about their inspiration.
As part of Sky Arts Ignition, Sky has also set up the Futures Fund to help support up and coming artists.
It is offering five young artists between 18-30, £30,000 each to fund a project.
Candidates can apply here.
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