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04/06/2010
'A Walk along the Edge of Knowing' Touch & Go Theatre, formerly The Festival of Fools, present their highly celebrated Spontaneous Theatre with Live Music in Glastonbury and the Bath Fringe this June "The moment of alchemy when suddenly the it is no longer you who play the play, but the play is...


03/06/2010
Calling all actors and back stage crew for open auditions! This summer The Brewhouse are calling all young people aged between 15 - 25 to get involved with the Main House summer production of The Taming Of The Shrew. Open auditions will take place at The Brewhouse on Sunday 6 and...


03/06/2010
Free Outdoor Film Festival happening in Somerset For more information download flyer


02/06/2010
Evaluating Youth Arts Projects 18th October 2010, 9.45 am- 4 pm, Theatre Royal Plymouth  Artsplan, the training and publications department of Artswork and in-house training provider for ENYAN (English National Youth Arts Network), is pleased to be delivering the one day course ‘Evaluating...


01/06/2010
Daisi Professional Development for Partnership Working between Artists & Teachers Thursday 10th June Working with Challenging Groups  This session will explore ways of working that integrate behaviour management into our practice when we are working with the arts with more challenging...


24/05/2010
Open call for submissions for project resident artists Context is a piloting project in Somerset that aims to increase the support and provision for the visual arts within the rural county. During Context there is a month paid residency for three South West based artists, solo or collaborative, to...


11/05/2010
BBC, Wil Gompertz I heard some interesting points made by people in the art world yesterday while researching my Ten O'Clock News piece about the Turner Prize short-list and its omission of any any artists in their 20s or 30s. First, a senior member of London's art-world elite said that "looking at...


11/05/2010
Children’s Art Day 2010 aims to inspire children, teachers and families to engage with art. It is an initiative run by engage and supported by the Mayor of London and the Clore Duffield Foundation. Organisers across the UK are invited to devise participatory visual arts events, and will receive...


11/05/2010
  Students can now submit their work to the A-level Summer Exhibition Online 2010. The online exhibition is judged by a panel including Royal Academician and sculptor Richard Wilson. To be a part of this unique project, teachers must first register their schools before students can submit...
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