ABOUT THE HOLY BISCUIT
The Holy Biscuit is an exciting partnership between The Biscuit Factory Art Gallery and the Methodist Church with the aim of the development of Community and cultural activities and to work collaboratively in enhancing the Arts i...
Call for interviewees (of Black and Minority Ethnic origins) to talk about experiences with personal budgets (in particular as Older People but also as People with Mental Health Problems)
NCIL seeks to get in touch with Personal Bud...
Interesting article from artsprofessional.co.uk:
The branding of culture need not cost a lot of money – it can best be done by pulling together. Emma Courtney finds out how.
United we stand
I know ‘brand’ can sometimes be a dirty word in our ...
An economic impact assessment has concluded that for every £1 of public money invested annually in NewcastleGateshead’s 11 major cultural venues, £5 is generated from direct and indirect expenditure, and from visitor spend in the North East of England...
North East Sustained Theatre is proud to welcome to the Live Theatre Newcastle - Verbalized
A dynamic journey through the streets of Johannesburg, Leeds, London & Capetown.
Ten poets from SA & the UK bring a unique one off performance full of r...
WORK is set to start on a £6m scheme to convert a former Tyneside toffee factory into a home for creative business.
The public-sector-backed scheme has just been given final approval by One North East and with the tendering for contract process under wa...
26th March 2010
Hi Interculturalarts IdeasTap and National Youth Theatre are offering 10 young filmmaker/performers aged between 16-25 the chance to become part of a film and performance group that will stage a ground breaking produ...
South Shields charity Meadow Well-Connected has been awarded a £10,000 cash boost to help keep The Meadows neighbourhood centre open.
Meadow Well-Connected was established in 1993 to provide local residents with skills and volunteering training....
The Global Community Links programme will offer support to community groups building links with communities in the developing world.
The fund will offer workshops and grants of up to £10,000 to enable UK community groups to forge links with the dev...
The 2010 Budget from Chancellor Alistair Darling has received a mixed response from the third sector.
Progress on tax relief for charities was welcomed by the community and voluntary sector - Mr Darling revealed there may be a reduction in VAT restr...
A new initiative has been launched by the Plunkett Foundation and the Office of the Third Sector to encourage community-run pubs.
The £3 million Community-Owned Pubs Support Programme will help up to 50 local partnerships to set up and run community...
Finally the result is revealed.....
The group chosen from Northern Lights to go forward to the national event called U.Dance England 2010 in July 2010 is Greenfield Youth Dance Company and their piece 'Stowaways'.
International Youth Theatre Workshop for Young People
Who: Young people aged 14+
What: Youth theatre workshops
Where: Bishop Barrington School (Sports Hall & Dance Studio)
When: Tuesday 6th, Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th April
Time: From 10...
On Monday 22nd March we launch –
‘The Black Manifesto – The Price of Race Inequality’ – It has been produced by a coalition of over 30 Black Minority Ethnic and progressive organisations. The manifesto aims to place race equality and the er...
Edit this debate
Posted by: victoria1307 Karma: 97
Asylum seekers sitting around doing nothing is of no use to anyone. They should instead be doing something productive while waiting to see if their asylum application is granted. Not allo...
published on Monday, March 22, 2010 under Culture
On 23-24 March, the European Commission will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the European Capitals of Culture with a conference and exhibition in Brussels attended by more than 400 representatives...
Asian Arts Agency – Invitation to tender (freelance)
area: Bristol deadline: 29 March 2010, 5pm dates: April 2010 to March 2011
‘A Different Direction: Bristol’ brings together a range of eight cultural organisations in Bristol - Arnolfini, Asian...
Narissa Noor Mar 20th, 2010
For most of us here in Brunei, art is merely a nice painting that looks pretty in the lobby of a hotel or as a backdrop of a meeting in an otherwise stark conference room. However, for the minority of appreciative individua...
Asylum seekers in Ireland are forced to live in exceptionally difficult circumstances and get little support from the public, the media or the political system.
By Justin Frewen.
Enveloped in a global recession and the consequences of the disastrous eco...