For more details visit www.quayarts.org
Do you have a creative idea? How about having a space to host your creative event/project/idea? Then take part in Creative Days, A Shop Window for Talents!
We could provide you with an empty shop for three days in March, so you can turn your idea into reality. All you need to do is just send us your idea.
Creative Days aims to celebrate Havant Borough’s creative talents on the 9th, 10th and 11th March 2012. Empty shops will be unlocked, so creative projects can flourish in Havant’s town centre and Leigh Park. Priority will be given to individuals/groups, who have a link with the Borough (via the workplace or residence…please make that clear in your application).
As we are celebrating Havant Borough’s creativity, all formats will be accepted. Each entry will be allocated 5 minutes in total, so bear that in mind when you send us in your idea! (For example, send a video of maximum 5 minutes or send a written document, which should not take more than 5 minutes to read. These are just a few suggestions. Be creative, this is your time to shine so show us your talent and potential!)
Your idea should be received by post at the latest on the 2nd January 2012. Please send your ideas to:
Havant Borough Council,
Public Service Plaza,
Civic Centre Road,
For more information, contact Havant Borough’s Customer Service on 02392 446 019 or email me on email@example.com before Tuesday 20th December.
How to make successful applications to run public arts projects.
Portsmouth City Council regularly invites artists, groups and organisations to tender for public and community arts projects.
‘Going Public’, a professional development training course for artists who would like to work in community and public settings, will take place over three mornings in November and December.
It will offer an invaluable insight into understanding your local authority’s commitment to the arts and community engagement as well as essential tools and techniques for making successful applications and delivering great projects.
The three-part course will take place on consecutive Wednesday mornings, 30 November, 7 December and 14 December at the Central Library in Guildhall Square, Portsmouth
‘Going Public’ has been devised by Cibas in partnership with Portsmouth City Council and is aimed at freelance artists and creative practitioners, arts professionals, groups and organisations.
The fee to take part in the course is £200 which includes materials and refreshments. However, thanks to the support of Portsmouth City Council’s Arts and Cultural Development Service, there are 15 free places available to Portsmouth and south east Hampshire based artists.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org call 023 9284 1519 for an application form. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 16 November.
Find out more about ’Going Public’ and meet the organisers at a free open evening and networking event on 2 November, also at the Central Library in Portsmouth. The event is free to attend, but booking is essential: http://going-public.eventbrite.com
To download a flyer, click here
Northern Print announces International Print Biennale 2011, the only major event for printmaking in the UK.
The International Print Biennale 2011 will be taking place in Newcastle, Gateshead, Durham, Hexham and Barnard Castle from 17 September to 19 November. It follows the unprecedented success of the Northern Print Biennale in 2009 which was the first major printmaking festival in the UK for 20 years and attracted 95,000 visitors and participants, as well as a Journal Culture Arts Council Award for its quality and impact. For more details visit Northern Print with details of the awards for 2011.
Colours matter: from perception to meaning – lecture by Dr Valerie Bonnarde about the psychology of colour, taking place at Architecture PLB, St Thomas Street, Winchester SO23 9HD - £5 payable on the door, drinks and nibbles provided.
Wednesday 14th September, 6.30pm networking, 7.00pm lecture.
Contact Katie Faddy on 07808 522831 for more information via SCDF