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The Alfred Hitchcock London Walk with Sandra Shevey

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Saturday, June 8, 2019

Sandra Shevey interviewed Alfred Hitchcock in Hollywood in 1972. It was his last one to one interview.

 

In 1999 Shevey began an homage tour in London around some of the city`s landmarks and monuments which feature in the films. Locations are profiled from 3 classic films including the embassy where Doris Day sings `Que Sera`. The tour also includes a few locations personal to the director including the Church where he was married and where he regularly attended Mass.

www.alfredhitchcockwalk.wordpress.com

 

THE TOURS RUN DAILY YEAR ROUND 11am 3 hrs.

Cost is 65 pounds excl fares, tips, extras.

 

Contact: sandra_shevey@yahoo.com

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Central London locations `Frenzy`, `The Man Who Knew Too Much` (1956) and `The Paradine Case`.

Children’s Art Week 2019 — Register your event from Tue 23 April

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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Children's Art Week will take place across the UK from Saturday 8 to Sunday 16 June 2019.

Children's Art Week is open to venues of all types and sizes to devise and register visual arts events for children and families — from museums and galleries, libraries, community halls and schools, to individual artists and makers.

It's a fantastic opportunity to encourage families, children and young people to visit local venues and get involved in fun, creative activities that they might not have tried before — especially groups who might be new to your venue. In 2018 more than 14,000 participated in Children’s Art Week across the UK. 58% of participants attending their activity were first time visitors to venues, and 40% of participants were audiences who were completely new to the arts.

The first 40 venues, individual artists or makers to register events will receive £50 seed funding to support their event. All registered events will receive resources to help plan and promote their activities, publicity support and free Children's Art Week stickers to hand out on the day.

Visit www.childrensartweek.org.uk for information and resources to help plan your events. Registration opens on Tuesday 23 April 2019 and will run until Friday 24 May 2019.

Children's Art Week is run by Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, and supported in 2019 by the Arts Society and The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust.

#ChildrensArtWeek #GetKidsCreating

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Venues across the United Kingdon

Moving the Image: photography educators' symposium

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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

To coincide with the Camberwell Space exhibition Moving The Image: Photography and Its Actions this symposium explores current practices in teaching and learning in fine art photography, and reflects on its possibilities for the future. The day will include keynote presentations by Duncan Wooldridge (Camberwell BA Fine Art Photography Course Leader) about the exhibition, and by writer and curator Emma Lewis.

The day will also include a series of short talks reflecting on current teaching practices and models from secondary through to higher education and practical sessions introducing Camberwell’s dark room, digital facilities, and photogrammetry. The day is for anyone interested in the field of fine art photography and education, combining theory and context with practical advice.

Date and Time

17 April 2019

12.30pm-6pm

For further information or to book please email Daisy McMullan:

d.mcmullan@camberwell.arts.ac.uk

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Camberwell College of Arts

Peckham Road

London SE5 8UF

Sussex Dance Network presents 'Starting Points: Artistic practice in a changing world.'

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Monday, April 8, 2019

An exploration into identity, the senses and how culture shapes what we see. Choreographers Amy Toner and Eve Zandi reveal their practice and approach and how the choreographic form itself encourages us to look differently.

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Founder's Room, Brighton Dome, Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UE

Drink&Draw - Life Drawing with wine!

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Thursday, March 21, 2019

The Original DRINK & DRAW
It's Life drawing with wine in the gallery
Now offering an early and later session

Drink&Draw now offers a brand new double session!

Drink&Draw is back on the 21st March with one of our amazing and dynamic models

Have you ever wanted to try life drawing?
If so, now is your chance to join a friendly and supportive group for all levels (beginners are welcome)

Groups sizes are limited to 14 so there are plenty of opportunities to share your work & to receive tips and feedback.

All abilities are welcome!

Details:
Thursday 21st March 2019
Session one: 17.15 - 19.00 £13
Session two: 19.30 - 21.15 £13
Discounted double session: £23
One of our fabulous models will be there to inspire you!

Expect a warm welcome to the life drawing workshop, which is guided by gallery director and artist Lindsay Moran. This is an opportunity for anyone who wants to start, continue, or improve their life-drawing skills.
Paper, board and professional model are provided - please remember to bring your own drawing materials or alternatively you can purchase them from the gallery.

Tickets include a free glass of wine or a beer from the artBar, which stays open until 23.00 for drinks and socialising after the class.

Info: Info@leydengallery.com

Book a ticket here:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/drinkdraw-life-drawing-tickets-58818187783?aff=efbeventtix&fbclid=IwAR2Fl14DodyHavnnYTiqIiTSfhyjHTigz7kLsCV5W4Mx_jTiq3Kd9H-uZos

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Leyden Gallery

9/9a Leyden Street, E1 7LE

Conference: Certaine Wytches - Persecution and Possibility

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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Reed Hall, University of Exeter, EX4 4QR. £35 (£25 OAPs and students)
Conference: 10am – 5pm (registration & coffee from 9.30am)
Book: 01626 832223 or in person at Devon Guild of Craftsmen

Organised by Devon Guild of Craftsmen, with support from the University of Exeter Arts and Culture team, this day-long event will bring academics and artists together to shed further light on the history of witchcraft in Exeter, Devon and beyond, and on the symbolism, imagery and practices that can still resonate strongly with us today. This conference accompanies the exhibition Certaine Wytches – Fear, Myth & Magic showing at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen. Through a series of large and small-scale knotted tapestries, textile-artist Anne Jackson explores the ideas of witchcraft and historic witch-persecution across Europe, both as commemoration and as a metaphor for our contemporary fears. The word witch often signifies an outsider who is seen as frightening or difficult. She is sometimes seen as the wielder of occult power, sometimes as a healer, and she has often been met by violence. Certaine Wytches will lay bare the dramatic and unsettling experiences brought to life through Anne’s impactful knotted tapestries, and will pose questions about our own beliefs, provoking evocative responses. The exhibition will juxtapose the narratives played out in these contemporary tapestries with authentic historical artefacts from the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic in Boscastle. It runs until Monday 6th May 2019.

Chaired by Dr Nicola Thomas – Associate Professor in Cultural Geography, University of Exeter.

Visit our website for full information on speakers.

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Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey, Devon, TQ13 9AF

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