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Creative Care – exploring new ways to support creativity for well-being

Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination worked with Arts and Minds and Blue Smile during lockdown as part of the FullScope consortia to launch and develop this new creative care programme. Fullscope, launched in October 2019, is a new collaboration between seven leading organisati...

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3 months ago

Covid-19 Prevention Campaign for Venues & Arts Organisations

Venues and arts organisations in and around Cambridge are invited to join a social media campaign reminding members of the public to follow government guidance on preventing Covid-19 transmission so they can get back to enjoying live music, theatre, and more.You are invited to...

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3 months ago

Something To Do With Art - new podcast episodes out now

Why do artists do what they do, and how do they do it? Something To Do With Art is a podcast that explores and celebrates artistic creativity and experimentation - whether it be falling in love with concrete (BA Zanditon), setting up a call centre in Las Vegas (Gemma Marmalade...

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4 months ago

Metal New Artist Network

Metal New Artist Network is a new pilot programme by Metal that supports Early Career Artists. This is for artists in the first 4 years of their careers, irrespective of age, and working in any art form (theatre, visual art, film, music, writing or a mixture of some or all). T...

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5 months ago

Metal New Artist Network

Metal have created Metal New Artist Network, a new pilot programme to support Early Career Artists (those in the first 4 years of their career irrespective of age). The programme features FREE online training and networking opportunities and access to information on regional a...

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5 months ago

Programme for young artists deferring degree studies

Some young artists are looking to defer their degree studies due to Covid-19 and other reasons. Metal is creating a FREE programme of workshops and training to help keep young artists creatively active and connected during their year out. It is a cross-art form programme which...

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5 months ago

Supporting the whole cultural ecology

First published by Arts Council England, 28 July 2020As we await details of the Government’s £1.57 billion recovery package for the UK’s cultural sector, our CEO Darren Henley sets out how we'll use our remaining resources to support individual artists and creative practitione...

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6 months ago

Cambridgeshire Music invites everyone to Just Sing this summer

Cambridgeshire Music is launching Just Sing – a free project to get children singing across Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and beyond this summer – in partnership with Norfolk Music Hub. Just Sing is an original song – written by Cambridgeshire Music’s Head of Singing and Curriculum,...

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6 months ago
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