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Brains Eden sparks innovation among young game creators

Brains Eden 2015 will once again give students and young developers the chance to get a headstart on the journey into professional development. The event, which centres around a 48-hour game jam, will once again be hosted by Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, running from...

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about 4 years ago

Art Language Location latest

Art Language Location (ALL) Our line-up of artists for ALL2015 is complete now – and we are very excited by the prospects. A real sense of anticipation now for the festival in October, with some hard work in between.Look out for updates.http://artlanguagelocation.org

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about 4 years ago

Celebrate culture in Cambridge after dark with the Museums at Night Festival

On Thursday 14 and Friday 15 May, seven of the University of Cambridge Museums will kick back, relax and invite you to join them after hours for an evening of drop-in entertainment. From live music or a chance to get a tour from the curator of Kettle’s Yard’s ‘New Rhythms’ exh...

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over 4 years ago

Fenlands are identified as a blackspot in terms of touring arts

ACE will review how it is meeting the needs of rural communities following a report that paints a largely positive picture of arts engagement in rural England.  The report does however highlight that communities in East Anglia’s Fenlands (and remote areas of North Yorkshire) a...

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over 4 years ago

National Campaign for the Arts release 2015 Arts Index for England report

 An index allows us to understand how something being observed has changed. In the Arts Index, this change has now been measured over a seven-year period and the report provides a 'health check' for the arts in England.  The chair of the National Campaign of the Arts, has warn...

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over 4 years ago

Ecology of Culture new report published

The Arts and Humanities Research Council has published a report by John Holden, Visiting Professor City University, London, entitled the Ecology of Culture. The report, based on interviews with 38 cultural practitioners and experts from across the cultural field, argues that t...

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over 4 years ago

New report focusing on arts engagement and health

A report published by Arts for Health at Manchester Metropolitan University last month reveals that engaging with the arts and culture generally has a positive long-term effect on health and wellbeing. Under the auspices of the Cultural Value Project, initiated by the Arts and...

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over 4 years ago

Be part of Voluntary Arts Week

From 15 to 24 May, Voluntary Arts Week will celebrate creative activity across the UK and Republic of Ireland – and all cultural groups are invited to join in. Whether you’re part of a choir, knitting group, drama company or amateur orchestra – anyone who gets creative purely ...

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over 4 years ago

WATCH OUT festival announces line up

WATCH OUT is a festival of dangerous new theatre and dance at Cambridge Junction on Saturday 23 May from 2pm. A new annual festival of the mind-expanding, following in the legacy of Night Watch (2014) and Sampled.  It's there home for the fresh and the experimental, the unusua...

Posted
over 4 years ago
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