great new music and arts one day festival in Thame, Oxfordshire on Sunday 8 May 2011, looking for musicians, bands, arts, workshop adminitrators, trade stands, craft stalls, bouncy castles, jugglers, creative arts, people running workshops, community groups, etc etc, open to suggestions to help make this event great www.musicinelmspark.co.uk
please register your interest in getting involved on the site, or for more information or discuss options email email@example.com
hope to hear from you soon,some great acts already confirmed up.
StopMoGo runs unique stop motion animation workshops and colourful events for all ages and abilities.
Create your own films, develop skills and realise your creative ideas with structured lessons, marvellous materials, the latest software & equipment. These are practical courses led by model maker, animator and teacher Emma Dougherty. Animate PAPER, PLASTICINE, PEOPLE and more…!
Mark Alger specialises in Outdoor (architecture/man-made subjects) and Landscape Photography, although he has also undertaken commissions for product work, most recently for food imagery.
Mark looks to create images that will encourage an emotional response, trying to evoke a feeling of time and place and continuing to do so with a real sense of personal exploration. Whilst not averse to portraying the classic vista or broader view he will often seek the intimate aspects of a composition, attempting to ask questions through his image making.
I have been making music since my early teen years, and now am in a lucky position where, combined with arts management, I get to do it for a living. I’m the bass player for Punjabi electronica band The Dhol Foundation, second mestre for Reading’s community samba band Beatroots, and play for a range of other bands and artists.
My time is split between working as a freelance music educator, workshop facilitator, and arts project manager based in the south east of England.
I am a painter and to support my practice I also teach in schools, universities and run my own workshops.
My interest is in colour and the shapes of places. The catalyst for me is the coast, in particular harbour towns with their mixture of the natural and the man-made but my aim is always to transform my subject into something new and my paintings constantly change and evolve during the painting process. Anything can happen in my paintings and often does.
Modern Art Oxford is seeking an experienced project manager to take an important role in running a programme of offsite art activities and projects, as well as supporting residencies in the gallery’s Project Space. The Project Manager: Offsite & Residencies will have responsibility for managing the already established programme on the Rose Hill housing estate in Oxford, to cover the maternity leave of the post holder.
Funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF) since 2007, Art in Rose Hill (AiRH) continues until October 2011.
Oxford based arts centre, Pegasus Theatre, is currently recruiting for a full time Youth Arts Leader (Youth Theatre and Community) (37 hours a week, including evenings and weekends) to join the Creative Learning Team, and work alongside tutors, artists and companies to deliver a programme of work with young people and for young people.
This post combines both a creative, practical hands-on role with project management skills and experience, alongside strategic planning with the Head of Creative Learning and the Artistic Director.