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Youth Empowerment: an emerging LGBT+ drama group creates awareness

Drama practitioner, Mori Fernandez Plaschinski shares the aims and impact of a newly emergent drama group run by Kite Trust, Cambridge’s leading organisation for LGBT+ youth.  Creating a positive platform for expression and developing self and wider awareness. The Kite Trust...

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7 months ago

Community Focus: We Celebrate our City of Diversity

“Unity in Diversity” was the spirit of an event that showcased the talent and creativity within the membership of Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum (CECF).  Eddie Stadnik, CEO of CECF shares the highlights of this successful event expressing the breadth of cultures living in Ca...

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7 months ago

Donizetti: Elisir D'Amore

It's with great joy that we would like to invite you to our 10th Anniversary celebration  In occasion of the Italian opera by Donizetti: Elisir D'Amore at West Road Concert Hall, West Road, Cambridge, Saturday 24th February, 2018, at 7.45pm. Please come along earlier for dri...

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7 months ago

Wysing Arts Exhibition Launch & End of Year Highlights Book

EXHIBITION LAUNCH, WYSING ARTS CENTRE 10 FEBRUARY, 6-8PM Join us to launch our first exhibition of 2018, more of an avalanche. This group exhibition presents new work produced at Wysing in 2017, alongside existing and historical work, that considers what it means to have sens...

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7 months ago

City Council Arts Officer Contributes to Arts Professional 'How to...'

Cambridge City Council Arts Development Officer, Akua Obeng-Frimpong has recently contributed a piece in Arts Professional, sharing advice on how to gain support from your local council. When is it the right time to approach a council with your idea for an arts project? Click...

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8 months ago

Arts Leaders and MPs urge rethink on European Capital of Culture

89 cultural professionals and artists have called on the Government and the European Union (EU) to “urgently reopen negotiations” on the UK’s involvement in the European Capital of Culture competition. Warning that excluding the UK would have negative economic, social and art...

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8 months ago

Aritsts Are Getting Poorer

In the UK survey of 823 artists, 55.1% say they earn between £1,000 and £5,000 net per year while 17.7% earn between £5,000 and £10,000. At the raw end, 9.3% of UK artists state their income as zero. This combined figure of 82.1% is worse than the findings of a previous survey...

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8 months ago
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