February 2015

CappellaNova

Introducing Cappella Nova

Cappella Nova are pleased to announce that we have recently joined CFBA. We are a chamber choir of around 30 singers, based in and around Bath since 2001. Conducted by Tony Shield, we perform 3 or 4 concerts a year, with a wide-ranging repertoire of sacred and secular music. Our concerts are usually in aid of …
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Holburne Museum: Marketing Promotions Assistant

The Holburne Museum is seeking a part time Marketing Promotions Assistant. Report to:                           Head of Communications Hours per week:              18.75 hours [0.5FTE] Salary:                                  £18K pro rata Purpose of the Role: This is an exciting new role within the Holburne, an award-winning Museum, reporting directly to the Head of Communications. The primary purpose …
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Open Call for Artists, Forest of Imagination

Closes Thursday 26 February 2015 Paid (£10k-15k pro rata) Contact: Lucy Loveday lucy@forestofimagination.com Description Open Call for Artists of all disciplines: Forest of Imagination Event dates: 15 – 18 May 2015 Location: Bath & NE Somerset UK www.forestofimagination.com The Forest of Imagination is a four-day contemporary arts event, providing a creative and participatory experience for …
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Enriching Britain: Culture, Creativity and Growth. A must-read report for us all wanting an enriched Britain

The Warwick Commission’s final report, Enriching Britain: Culture, Creativity and Growth, was launched today and is available to download in various formats. Further evidence and research resources from the Commission’s year-long investigation are also available, along with initial responses from the cultural and creative sector. The key message from this report is that the government …
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The Front Row Debate (BBC4) today deserves your ear: Are Artists Owed A Living?

Are artists owed a living? John Wilson hosts a public debate with dancer Deborah Bull, playwright Richard Bean, economist Philip Booth, commentator Ekow Eshun, sociologist Tiffany Jenkins and an audience at the Hull Truck Theatre to mark the launch of the BBC’s Get Creative campaign and to open a national conversation exploring the relationship between …
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Get Creative – a year-long celebration of British arts, culture and creativity just launched

Get Creative is a campaign led by the BBC and What Next? in partnership with a huge range of arts, cultural and voluntary organisations across the UK. About Get Creative Get Creative is a celebration of the world-class arts, culture and creativity that happens every day across the UK – and the BBC wants you …
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