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Learning to Graphic Record – A Tool for Thought and Continuous Learning

Since moving to the UK, I’ve attended the Cambridge Arts Network Conference, hoping to support this passionate local community of creative practitioners. I typically work with international corporate organisations helping them untangle complexity and build creative leadership ...

Posted
7 months ago

Saturday Sessions course

Cambridge TV Training is running a Saturday course from 4 May 2019 for every Saturday over 8 weekends. In this course, participants will learn the skills needed to create great videos. On a day to day basis, we host a workshop in the morning on a specific area of production, h...

Posted
8 months ago

Submission deadline for 'Home' Art Exhibition on 26th April

Local artists, both new and established, are invited to contribute to an exhibition at the Michaelhouse Centre in June this year. This will aim to raise funds for Cambridge Convoy Refugee Action Group and Cambridge Churches Homeless Project. Full details: http://camcrag.org.uk...

Posted
8 months ago

The Cambridge Drawing Society Annual Spring Exhibition 2019

Cambridge Drawing Society Annual Spring Exhibition 2019 will be held at the Pitt Building in Trumpington Street, Cambridge (opposite Fitzbillies) from Saturday 23rd March to Saturday 30th March 2019.Admission FREEThe exhibition will be open every day from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p....

Posted
9 months ago

Only a third of artists’ income comes from their art, research finds

This Article was first published via Arts Professional on 18 January 2019A newly-released Arts Council England report finds that portfolio careers are the norm among artists, and that the sector is dominated by women, who earn less from their art practice than men.Just one thi...

Posted
11 months ago

Poetry and tales for a devastated church

ISBN 978-0952475323 48pp One Tree Publishing (UK)This ‘incredible project’ (Cambridge105) gives voice to forgotten characters from the borderlands of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire.A 48 page pamphlet featuring the stories and poems on which the song cycle was based is now on...

Posted
11 months ago
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