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Abirdabode Art Bird Boxes

Myself and Arbarus (Richard Dawson) have been delivering the Abirdabode Project for the last eight months.  Funded by Oldham Arts Development, the project aims to bring art and nature together by building bird boxes using a variety of different creative techniques and skills. 197 more words

Jacqui Symons

Ten Steps Beyond the Line

Imagine if we literally took ten steps beyond a flood line. How much damage to homes and amenities could be prevented? In Bristol ten steps away from our tidal waters would make a massive difference. 913 more words


Scene 01-17 The 12th Sasquatch and a Barking Dragon

Seahawks-mania has even spread to our community Sasquatch as he waves his 12 flag and joins the team. This bark bipedal humanoid gained a companion today – a bark dragon that was created in about six hours by local storyteller/artist… 31 more words


Learning to lead and mentor others

Six of our ‘Senior Plus’ youth theatre members (aged 16 and over) are developing their leadership and life skills through our new Young Leaders project. They’ll be mentoring small groups of younger theatre members in various aspects of theatre, from directing to dance, over the coming months. 221 more words

Carry on creating!

Art sessions to continue at the Activity and Media Centre, Leach Court;

Every alternate Monday from 26th January


£3 per session; includes refreshments and materials (first session free!)

Daily Sketch

Creative Volunteers needed for Australia Day

It seems to be all about opportunities to get involved at BRAG lately and here’s another great one coming up. Michele and Hannah will be coordinating a community art project as part of Bunbury’s Australia Day Celebrations at Bicentennial Square, and we need some volunteers to help us make it happen. 340 more words

Power, promises and participatory arts

Circuit is a four year programme, led by Tate and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, that aims to connect young people with galleries and museums. Roz Hall is the programme’s critical friend and she has written an interesting post on ‘ 570 more words