June 2012

CoCreate Networking Opportunity, 2 July, Bristol

Would you like a fun, free and fast-paced way to share your work with other artists, creative practitioners and arts organisations? Join Creativity Works and Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC) for their coCreate  Pecha Kucha FREE networking session Monday 2nd July, 2-4.30pm, Knowle West Media Centre, Bristol  Pecha Kucha was devised in Japan and has a simple but effective format: each …
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Private View for CFBA Members

CFBA members are invited by Art at the Edge to a Private View on the 3rd July  for their exhibition ‘Body Casting Olympians‘ at the Octagon, Milsom Street. The exhibition features the wonderful body casting sculptures by Louise Giblin and Olympic/Paralympic themed artwork from guest artists. The exhibition runs from the 4th July -30th July 2012.

UK arts channel to broadcast live for arts funding

A new proposal made by UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt would require arts, culture and heritage groups to broadcast their performances on a new digital arts channel which would help live performances “reach the largest possible audiences free of charge.” In doing so, these groups would receive government funding, and would ensure that their artistic …
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Drawing Across: a forum on art & social engagement

Creativity Works and Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC)  are pleased to present :‘Drawing Across: a forum on art, social engagement and dialogue’ Friday 29th June, 2-5pm, Knowle West Media Centre, Bristol Writer and researcher François Matarasso and artist Deborah Aguirre Jones will facilitate this forum for artists, participants, professionals and creatives, which explores some of the ways in which art …
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CFBA members and other cultural champions in Queen’s birthday honours list

Leader in the Bath Chronicle today: One of Bath’s best-known businessmen has been honoured by the Queen in her Diamond Jubilee year. The OBE for Wessex Water chairman and chief executive Colin Skellett comes in a birthday honours list that also sees recognition for cookery expert Mary Berry and University of Bath-based athletics coach Malcolm …
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