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Commissioned by ArtSway and The Photographers’ Gallery, Jordan Baseman has made new film works in and around Soho interviewing residents who range from the notorious to the anonymous, including hedonists and faded actors.
New Writing Partnership in Norwich are holding a free day-long training event for journalists and media professionals offering key skills on coverage of asylum and refugee issues.
ICA links up with Art on the Underground for pioneering education project
"Theatre Methods" is the annual professional festival-fair dedicated to the Bridge between Tradition and Contemporaneity in performing arts. The festival is an opportunity to demonstrate methods of training in traditional theatre and to present contemporary works created as the result of traditional theatre training techniques.
Philip Dyer's inadvertent teenage detour into the theatre sparked the passion for production that still drives him today.
In all, 45 paintings and drawings will be on show and works will span Spencer's entire career.
Visual Artists Ireland launches new career information texts on info~pool.
Although during the Golden Age Hollywood was a town run by Jews, it has never been a town which supported its own by way of jobs and/or positive screen portrayals. As Columbia chief Harry Cohn so famously said, `Hollywood makes pictures by Jews and for Jews but `not` with Jews`.
This week's Career Profile is by Alex Rogers who runs a music promotion company called Up All Night, which organises bands in venues across London.
Adrian Mealing of THE SINGING SOUS’CHEFS is this week's Arts Hub Career Profile. Adrian and The Singing Sous’Chefs will be appearing at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival, 4-9 August - so don't miss out on a hilarious musical interactive time-travelling adventure with Italian chefs. Dr Who without the intrusive glamour. Directed by John Nicholson of the side-splitting Peepolykus Theatre Company.
The Kowalsky Gallery's MASHUPS, is an exhibition curated by British artist Stuart Semple, looking at the concept of appropriation and the re-articulation of mass culture. Some of the exhibitions artists have answered Arts Hub's Career Profile quiz, so tune in throughout July to find out the dreams and aspirations of some of the UK's most fascinating young artists. First up Nathan James takes centr
Plymouth Arts Centre is celebrating its 60th anniversary this summer and is putting on a key exhibition as part of its usual arts program to focus on the centre’s illustrious career as one of the first arts centres in the country.
Earlier this year Arts Hub teamed up with Big Chill, to offer one lucky artist the chance to see their idea for an artwork become a reality on the Art Trail at this year’s Big Chill festival. With the standard set very high by the forty-five entries, the judges whittled it down to a shortlist of seven diverse artistic proposals, and then had the difficult job of choosing just one proposal. And the
Dundee-born Tommy Small remembers the days before The Space was built: he graduated from the Foundation Course at Dundee College in 1996. Having had no formal dance training, a single dance performance at the College had inspired him to apply. “I was quite surprised to get in!” he remembered. In common with other Scots who wanted to take dance further, a move South of the Border followed, in To
Graeme Todd, a visual artist and a lecturer in Edinburgh College if Art, was born in Glasgow in 1962. Graeme studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee, and later became a John Florent Stone scholar at Edinburgh College of Art. He has exhibited extensively in Britain and abroad, including several major solo shows. Recently his works have been nominated for the Sovereign European Art
"On those occasions when director Alfred Hitchcock interviewed journalists at his Cromwell Road flat, he`d disrobe to the waist, cover his belly-button with lipstick and then proceed to do the hula to the chagrin of his guests".
Launch your career as an art critic: frieze, the leading magazine for contemporary art and culture, invites applicants to enter the Frieze Writer’s Prize 2008.
Catherine Edwards is programmes director for Script, the West Midlands agency for dramatic writers. Previously Stagecoach West Midlands, the organisation was formed in 1992 from the regional Theatre Writers’ Union. Its primary focus was to support the five main producing companies in the West Midlands with the aim of providing script reading and writer development services for these theatres and
THE PROJECT - Advanced dance training for the serious dancer
Sheffield-based Point Blank Theatre Company is launching its first professional performance training academy for adults. The 'Performance Lab' will be innovative performance training for budding actors, dramaturgs, directors and drama practitioners.
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