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The Right Up Our Street Bentley Chair - one more thing...

The Bentley Library Chair was part of the Right Up Our Street (RUOS) Project, which is part of Arts Council, England’s Creative People and Places Fund.  269 more words

Creative Workshops

Word of Mouth - Young Artists Perform Their Own Writing

I’m very pleased to have recently joined as director of a group of emerging writers from Toonspeak Young People’s Theatre, with the marvellous writer  66 more words

Spoken Word

Graffiti Cross stitch Ibbison Community center Blackpool Dec 2015

Funded by Friends of Muir Housing we will be working with families from the Revoe / Central Drive area on Monday 14th  December 6pm – 8pm. 137 more words

Community Arts Organisation

Do we need to develop institutions to work with communities? Can’t artists work directly with and within communities? A response to #CommunityArts conference at The Black-E

Dotto, Courtesy of The Black-E.

I asked the two questions in my title as an immediate response to a panel entitled ‘What kind of organisation do we need to develop to work with communities…?’  The problem seemed obvious; becoming increasingly apparent as the… 937 more words

Socially Engaged Art

Flashback 1991: Gay Community Theatre

Flashback 1991: Project Report to the South Australian Department of the Arts and Cultural Heritage on Up Front Gay and Lesbian Community Theatre’s 10 Week Workshop Series April – August 1991… 1,971 more words

Original Material

remembering ahmed

In September I was appointed manager of a further project at the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Education Trust. The aim is to reflect on the legacy of Ahmed’s death, 30 years after he was killed in a racist attack in a local school playground.   104 more words

Community Arts

The Bentley Library Chair - signed, sealed & delivered!

The Bentley Library Chair has finally been unveiled at Bentley Library in Doncaster.  A busy afternoon launch saw over 70 people attend to check out their textile artwork that had been lovingly and carefully (trust me!) upholstered onto a Parker Knoll Wingback Sofa. 238 more words

Jacqui Symons