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PAVILION DANCE: is a major boost for Bournemouth. The seafront development is the result of a unique partnership between Dance South West, Arts Council England, Bournemouth Borough Council and BH Live, with £3.29 million investment from the local authority.
LOGO COMPETITION: Picture This want a logo to mark their 20th year and support fundraising for our anniversary. The winning logo will be used online, in print and on signage.
LOOKING BACK: All profits raised from the exhibition, supported by Hamiltons Gallery, will be donated to help create a new Gene and Cell Therapy Laboratory, providing a vital diagnostic and treatment service for children requiring a life-saving Bone Marrow Transplant at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
DRACULA: The more Harker investigates his confinement, the more he fears his deadly captor. Can someone stop Dracula before he unleashes his supernatural powers on his first victim?
SAVE THE ARTS: Over a hundred leading artists including David Hockney, Damien Hirst, Anthony Caro, Howard Hodgkin, Anish Kapoor, Richard Hamilton, Bridget Riley, Antony Gormley and Tracey Emin have joined the campaign to make the case against the proposed 25% cuts in government funding of the arts.
SCROOGE AUDITIONS: Everyone who auditions must be able to hold a tune and be confident to sing in front of others but experience is not necessary. The parts of Tiny Tim, Child Scrooge, Teenage Scrooge, Child Belle, Teenage Belle and the four Cratchit children as well as parts in the Children’s Chorus are up for grabs.
THE ART OF GIVING: is open to photographers, painters and sculptors. Submission is through the website or by post and costs £20 per entry which is a charitable donation. The deadline for entries is 5th September 2010. All works are for sale at the exhibition to be held from 7th to 9th October with 50% of the proceeds going directly to the artist.
ARTS & BUSINESS: Colin Tweedy, CEO of Arts & Business, comments on the cultural sector’s direct appeal to government.
ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND: Arts Council England has given details of how it will implement the £19 million cut to its 2010/11 income from government, announced by the Department for Culture Media and Sport on 24 May.
ARTS AND BUSINESS: At a time when the arts have been told by Government to adopt US-style funding, 114 arts charities have applied to take part in Arts & Business’s 'The Big Arts Give'.
SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL: Leading American academic and historian Donald Worster has been awarded the Book of the Year Award for his biography 'A Passion for Nature: The Life of John Muir' at the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Book Awards.
THE VAUXHALL COLLECTIVE 2010: Hannah Eidinow, Gareth Neal, Matt Stuart and Maurizio Anzeri are the winners of Vauxhall Motors’ arts grant.
ARTSADMIN: Artsadmin has announced the recipients of its 2010 artists’ bursary scheme, each of whom will be awarded a share of the £36,000 bursary fund.
CREATIVE SCOTLAND: Creative Scotland, Scotland's new national development body for the arts, culture and creative industries, has announced £240,000 investment in two new projects to encourage and support literature, theatre and dance touring in remote areas of Scotland.
ARTS & BUSINESS: Colin Tweedy, Chief Executive of Arts & Business says of Jeremy Hunt's speech “It was heartening to hear how pivotal the new Secretary of State believes the role of the private sector is in shaping our future arts funding ecology.
Four authors have been shortlisted for the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Book of the Year.
On Wednesday 31st March collections staff from Colchester and Ipswich Museum Service removed the rare and beautiful Henry V town charter from display replacing it with an earlier town charter granted to Colchester by Richard II.
2010 And/or Book Awards shortlists have been announced for a £10,000 shared prize fund.
Fiona Hyslop is soon to announce the first seven recipients of Creative Scotland’s Vital Spark fund in The University of Edinburgh’s provoking new gallery, Inspace.
HSBC was last night presented with both the Hollis Arts Sponsorship of the Year and Hollis Corporate Sponsorship of the Year awards for its international programme, Indian Summer.
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