ARCCA Magazine provides a platform for creatives to discuss and showcase their work. It aims to spark collaborations and bring about important conversations in a supportive setting. Since ARCCA was established in 2015, it has build a strong network of likeminded people who want to elevate each other's voices and creations. We hope ARCCA inspires you to create and keep connected!
Fleur founded ARCCA in 2015 as a small-scale magazine and has been editor of it ever since. Fleur finds inspiration in the power of collaboration and loves providing creative platforms and spaces for people, especially in the context of art and film.
Hannah is an English Lit graduate based in Bristol. She is interested in the intersection of the community, the arts and the environment, and conducts interviews and articles for ARCCA and Candid Orange Magazine as well as writing poetry and prose. In normal times she loves hosting live events and exhibitions. Hannah also works with Ledbury Poetry Festival on their 'Poetry on Platforms' project, and is a reader for Bandit Fiction.
Carlotta is originally from Rome but has been based in London since 2016. She recently graduated in Journalism with a passion for social and humanitarian issues. Different cultures and traditions have always fascinated her, and she is interested in understanding how both influence the vision and the work of an artist. A key thing for her is communication and storytelling is her greatest medium.
OLD PRINT ISSUES OF ARCCA
2015 - 2017