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Archive for September, 2011

Everyone at Trongate 103: Project Art Works

Everyone at Trongate 103: Project Art Works For October’s Everyone @ Trongate 103 event on Thursday 6th October, we are very pleased to announce that Alison Digance, Deputy Director of Project Art Works in Hastings, will be our invited speaker. Through a responsive and collaborative practice, Project Art Works conduct a wide range of visual […]

Headspace – top trumpeter Clarence Adoo

6pm, Tuesday 11th October 2011 Free – ticketed RSVP to c.spencer@rcs.ac.uk Headspace is a computer-based “virtual” instrument which is controlled by breath and minute head movements alone. The instrument has been developed by composer cum inventor, Rolf Gehlhaar, in collaboration with top trumpeter Clarence Adoo. Adoo’s musical career was potentially cut short by a road […]

flip updates – autumn 2011

It has been a busy year for flip and we felt an update was long overdue. We recently published the latest edition of the Access Scottish Theatre guide, which can now be found at participating venues and downloaded from the website.  This edition saw the addition of Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Pavialion Theatre Glasgow and Scottish […]

DaDaFest International 2012 Dates and Theme Announced

DaDaFest, the International Festival of Disability and Deaf Arts is returning in Summer 2012 from 13th July – 2nd September. Based in established arts venues across Liverpool, the festival will build on the successes of the previous ten festivals in presenting the very best work by leading disability and deaf artists from across the globe. […]

Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival

SMHAFF FESTIVAL LEARNING PROGRAMME – see mhfestival.com for programme details The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival (mhfestival.com) is now one of the largest arts and health events in the world with tens of thousands of attenders expected at almost 300 events taking place between 1-24 October. This year we have 10 provocative and entertaining learning […]

DAGIPOLI – an evening of dance and music

See www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=157674197650277 for further info The show will include a dance performance by Dagipoli with live music by Kostas Leivadas, followed by a live music concert by the two singers. The two shows are in aid of the Scottish Charity devoted to encouraging the artistic development of children with disabilities, Drake Music Scotland (www.drakemusicscotland.org/). Time and place: Friday […]

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