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Archive for April, 2011

‘Do you think we can talk about this?’

‘Do you think we can talk about this?’ An exhibition at the Centre for Life, Newcastle.  It is a collection of pieces which reflect on a  personal experience of diagnosis – Bipolar Disorder – and weaving in elements of the personal and cultural agenda surrounding mental health. It runs for a couple of months from […]

Edinburgh Fringe seeking videos about your access experiences

Do you have a story to tell about access at an arts venue or festival? The Edinburgh Festival fringe are searching for members of the public who are Deaf or disabled  who have a positive or negative story to tell about access. We want to get people’s opinion on accessibility at arts venues. We are […]

RW International Arts presents ME (Mobile/Evolution)

RW International Arts presents ME (Mobile/Evolution) Written and performed by Claire Cunningham in association with Jess Curtis/Gravity feisty, innovative, radical and witty … this is strong visionary work…. It’s hugely, generously entertaining too … full of joy, optimism and sassy spirit ***** THE HERALD one of the most joyous and moving things I’ve ever seen **** THE SCOTSMAN Scottish audiences […]

9th Helen Keller International Award

9th Helen Keller International Award Glasgow Caledonian University CPD Centre Cowcaddens Road Glasgow G4 0BA 9 – 26 May www.sensescotland.org.uk/helenkeller Open Monday – Saturday10am – 6pm Free Admission Sense Scotland is a company limited by Guarantee  Registered in Scotland No. 147570 Scottish Charity No. SC022097Patron: The Duchess of Sutherland  Honorary Patron: Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore LLD […]

Project Ability artist database now live!

Project Ability artist database now live! Project Ability are very pleased to announce that with support from Creative Scotland’s Digital Development Fund, they have been able to compile and add an artist database to  website. The database, which launched on Saturday 16 April, showcases artworks by Project Ability’s exhibiting artists. For the moment, 32 artists are listed, with some […]

Dance at the Academy

Dance Courses for Adults, Professionals and Young People From early May the RSAMD is offering a brand new programme of dance courses in our fantastic purpose built studios. The classes offer many ways to stretch, strenghten, tone up and improve your fitness in the run up to the summer. Classes are open access and offer opportunities for […]

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