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EXHIBITION - Sea of Tiny Factlets

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A Sea of Tiny Factlets, a solo exhibition of Artist, Amy Ash. This exhibition combines pieces from several recent bodies of Ash's work. Each project uses found imagery and histories from multiple sources, connecting the fragments to string together new associations.

Join us on the Saturday 7th January for the Private View event from 6-8pm

65 High Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME141SR

Specialist Training Days for Music Professionals

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Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance are pleased to announce three specialist music training days, led by industry experts, for music professionals:

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In Perfect Harmony partnerships for learning at KS3 music

Wednesday 11 January 10-16:30

King Charles Court

This professional development day is for education/project managers in arts and cultural organisations, music education hubs and others who are interested in developing new ways to engage with music in schools at Key Stage 3. Participants can expect to deepen their understanding of KS3 music in London schools and the priorities of teachers, before taking time to consider ways of engaging with schools.

This workshop is led by Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance as part of the Music Excellence London partnership. It is open to all, including organisations outside of London and those not previously involved in Teach Through Music or Music Excellence London.


Singing Against the Clockwith Pete Churchill

Sunday 30April 10-16:00

Laban Building

Led by internationally acclaimed jazz vocalist and music educator Pete Churchill, this training day is the boost you need to develop your use of vocal work within your practice. Whatever your level of experience and vocal skill, this practical session will arm you with new ideas, techniques, inspiration, and confidence to take back to your classroom, teaching practice, or workshop session.

An additional group Skype session with Pete after the training course is offered to discuss using these skills in context.

Swipe, Tap, Click Everyday Technology in Music Makingwith Gawain Hewitt

Sunday 7 May 10-16:00

Laban Building

Delivered by Gawain Hewitt, this training day will look at how free, low cost and readily accessible technology can be incorporated into your own work, using everyday devices such as iPhones and iPads and free software on computers. The session will cover a broad range of iOS apps, as well as practical sessions on 3 specific apps and computer software.

An optional follow-on group Skype session with Gawain after the training course is offered to consolidate your new skills and answer questions.

Special Christmas Tour

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The Birth Rites Collection is the only collection of contemporary artwork dedicated to the subject of childbirth. Established by artist and curator Helen Knowles, the collection aims to encourage a wider debate about the politics and practice of childbirth through art, an issue which affects every individual. It currently comprises of photography, sculpture, painting, wallpaper, drawing, new media, documentary and experimental film.For this year we are excited to announce that there will be a Christmas tour on 15th December 2016, and Helen Knowleswill be there to take everyone around the works. There will be some artists, curators, and art-lovers, and we welcome everyone who is interested!

Venue:

School of Nursing Midwifery and Social Care,

Mary Seacole Building,

2nd Floor,

University of Salford,

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6.00-7.30 pm

15th December 2016

There will be some wines and snacks!

Sandra Shevey Seeks Radio Station to Air 500 Megastar Audio Ints

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Megastar interviewer Sandra Shevey has interviewed everyone from Alfred Hitchcock to John Lennon in the course of her 50+ year career.

She wanst to share sound bites and is looking for a radio platform in London and/or the southeast.

Contact: sandra_shevey@yahoo.com

Collective Matter: Creative Clay Workshop

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11 DEC 16

2-5pm

Come and meetCollective Matterand find out more about theirproject through a fun, creative clay workshop.

Drop-in and contribute to our evolving building site; an exploration of the changing landscape of the local area.Share your stories and build with clay.

Everyone welcome, free to attend. Drop in, no booking required.

OffSite Outdoor Arts Development

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OffSite is the new artist development programme run by Dda to follow on from the published evaluation of (2013).

The programme has been established to develop further opportunities for outdoor artists based in the region. Over its course, the programme looks to create opportunities that take regional talent to the national and international marketplace whilst representing Dda as a Midlands hub for Outdoor Arts Development.

The Offsite Programme will run for three years and Year 1 will focus on:

Training and development

  • Four training/workshop sessions, considering a range of components that will benefit the needs of artists and producers in the region
  • Working with key regional, national and international partners & funding bodies to deliver sessions

Open network

  • Hosting a regional network that keeps the sector connected to regional, national and international activities
  • Offering the opportunity to voice and discuss development needs for regional artists
  • Creating a network of creatives that can support each other's practice, share knowledge & continue to grow the regional outdoor arts scene
  • Networking opportunities to engage with practitioners, festivals and commissioning partners in the outdoor sector

Commissioning opportunities

  • Offering a series of small commissions to outdoor artists to continue to support the development of the sector regionally
  • Offering time, space and resources needed for enable artists to flourish creatively

Test bed events

  • Creating a succession of events that showcase a series of new outdoor productions at the 'work in progress' stage
  • Opening up new opportunities for audiences, commissioning partners & festival managers to engage with artists at the early stages of the work's development

Year 1 will focus on regional development with an ambition to widen the remit to include national and international work in Years 2 and 3.

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