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Archive for June, 2011

FESTIVAL FRINGE SOCIETY ANNOUNCES IMPROVEMENTS TO ACCESS AT THE 2011 FRINGE

Festival Fringe Society Media Release FESTIVAL FRINGE SOCIETY ANNOUNCES IMPROVEMENTS TO ACCESS AT THE 2011 FRINGE The 2011 Fringe has improved access facilities for Deaf and disabled audiences including a new accessible ticket collection point, and in the Box Office a dedicated accessible ticket booking line and BSL proficient staff member. This follows steps the […]

Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education

Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education In November 2011 engage and the Marsh Christian Trust will present an inaugural award to celebrate the achievements of those working in learning and education within gallery or visual arts contexts. Four awards of £500 each will be offered to the winning individuals, to be spent on their […]

NOCTURNE presented by Marc Brew Company as part of GREENWICH FAIR

Returning to the Festival following its highly acclaimed premiere at Greenwich and Docklands Festival in 2008, Marc Brew’s poetic and emotionally charged contemporary dance quartet, transports us into a meditative world of reflection, nostalgia and stillness. Staged around a mobile bed structure, the performance pulls back the sheets on exhausted embraces and near misses in […]

Rhinestone Rollers presents…Wheels on Broadway

Rhinestone Rollers presents… Wheels on Broadway by Graeae Theatre Company 24 June – 3rd Sep 24-26 June The Greenwich + Docklands International Festival 3 Sept – Liberty Festival at Watch This Space, National Theatre Graeae’s Rhinestone Rollers the UK’s premier power-wheelchair dancing troupe are storming into the summer making a welcome return with their fabulous new […]

Choreography Summer School 2011

Choreography 5-day course Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm 8 – 12 August 2011 £400 This 5-day course is designed for people aged 17 plus interested in developing and advancing skills in choreography. Working with experienced dancer and choreographer, Caroline Bowditch, participants will explore the essential elements of creating original dance performance. Each day will […]

Everyone BSL Project – Group Co-ordinator

Everyone BSL Project – Group Co-ordinator The Fruitmarket Gallery, Talbot Rice Gallery and Artlink are working together to develop access to contemporary art for Deaf audiences in Edinburgh. View BSL advert here. The project aims to work with Deaf people to develop new approaches to gallery access. We are looking for a creative and dynamic […]

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