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Archive for July, 2012

BrainDance Plus

Indepen-dance are delighted to announce our next training event will be “BrainDance Plus” Facilitated by Barbara Karmazyn, details are on the attached flyer and dates and venue information are below. Date & Time: 28th September from 10.00am – 3.00pm or 29th September 2012 from 10.00am-4.00pm Venue: Woodside Halls, 36 Glenfarg Street, Marhill, Glasgow Cost: £50 […]

Leaving Limbo Landing – An Unlimited Commission

Following the London premiere, East London Dance is pleased to present Leaving Limbo Landing in Scotland this Summer: Merchant City Festival Saturday 28 July: 1.30pm, 3.45pm & 6pm Sunday 29 July: 1.30pm & 4pm Hutcheson Street, Glasgow, G1 Edinburgh Festival Fringe & Made in Scotland Showcase Thursday 16 – Monday 20 August: 1pm, 3.30pm & 6pm St […]

Opportunity in BSL interpretation for theatre

Do you work as a BSL theatre interpreter in Scotland? Would you be interested in doing so? flip are working with the National Theatre of Scotland in offering you the opportunity to join in a national conversation about British Sign Language interpretation in theatre, and to discuss current practice and explore future developments as a […]

Firefly seek a PLANET Co-ordinator

Firefly seek a PLANET Co-ordinator 18 hours per week for two years We are looking for someone special to develop, manage and deliver this new performance arts programme for children and young people with additional support needs. This is a 2 year post funded by YOUNG START. Applicants should have Proven experience of developing quality drama, movement or […]

Do you know someone doing fantastic work in the visual arts and learning?

Nominations are invited now: Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education 2012 In November 2012 engage and the Marsh Christian Trust will present the second year of this 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 […]

Dean Rodney Singers needs YOU!

) Combining cutting edge techniques in music, video and film, the Dean Rodney Singers installation will be landing at London’s Southbank Centre as part of the Cultural Olympiad and we want YOU to be part of it! How can I get involved? Dean’s song M.I.M.I is the inspiration for the whole project. Listen to the track on Soundcloud and download it to […]

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