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We’re Recruiting: Visual Artist Call for Every Child Is An Artist

We are recruiting Visual Artists for our in-depth participatory arts project called Every Child Is An Artist We are looking for freelance artists with disciplines such as drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design, crafts, textiles, etc. Every Child Is An Artist is a nationally ground breaking programme to develop the artistic skills abilities of all the…

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Creative Agencies – contributing to research at Coventry University

We recently were interviewed by Louis Bebb for a Coventry University research project exploring “How creative agencies are able to maintain themselves in a post-industrial society” Louis asked a series of questions via email and we have posted them here. Louis asked: There are two elements within creative agencies that we are interested in looking…

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Digital Artist Call Out

Digital Artists Wanted for Education Project We are recruiting Digital Artists for our in-depth participatory arts project called Every Child Is An Artist for work taking place September – December 2016. We are looking for freelance artists with experience in Digital Arts, specifically coding, AR, projection mapping and/or working with equipment such as LittleBits and…

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We Are Recruiting: Visual Artists Wanted for Every Child Is An Artist

Visual Artist Wanted for Every Child Is An Artist   We are recruiting Visual Artists for our in-depth participatory arts project called Every Child Is An Artist We are looking for freelance artists with disciplines such as drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, design, crafts, textiles, etc. Every Child Is An Artist is a nationally ground…

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Physical Theatre – is it still radical?

Holly B @ Hinckley College got in touch to ask some questions about Physical Theatre for her dissertation, here are some responses to her questions 13/05/2015 HB: Do I view physical theatre to be a contemporary and new idea? OS: As a genre of work referenced by academics and study books it has a time…

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The Moving Voice – a two day voice workshop for dancers led by Simon Ratcliffe

The Moving Voice led by Simon Ratcliffe The Moving Voice is part of our working with Dance, Text and Voice series. They are aimed at Professional Dancers wanting to discover and develop their voice and text work and how to combine it in movement practice. Other workshops in the series include Speaking the Moves by…

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Boys Dance, Sandwell – new video

Here is the latest videos from @warwickarts Boys Dancing Project in Sandwell and Dudley. Filmed by Mat Beckett. We had just 3.5 days with each group to make a new piece of dance theatre and perform at Wednesbury Town Hall. More details of the West Midlands Boys Dancing project can be found here Boys Dancing…

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Interview with @kaybullock

From time to time we have people ask us about our work, industry tips or just the curious about how we do what we do. @kaybullock got in touch to ask Artistic Director Oliver Scott some questions in support of her HND Dance and Theatre course. Part of her assignment is to ask a range of…

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