Derbyshire Open Arts: Giles Davies Live Interview & Artists discussing the making of art
Giles collage landscapes have the richness of a photograph, yet created from a blend of many incongruous magazine fragments. Also, Charlotte Collins, Margaret Steeden and David Lowther will discuss their work.
Arts & Health Newsletter – May 2021 – Funding
The Steel Charitable Trust has five current funding priority categories: Arts & Heritage, Education, Environment, Health, and Social or Economic Disadvantage. Applications will be considered from charities, CICs and CIOs.
Arts & Health Newsletter – May 2021 – Training and Opportunities
Make sure you make the most of Creativity and Wellbeing Week 17-24th May, either by looking after yourself and taking part in some sessions, or promoting your activities through their network.
Arts & Health Newsletter – May 2021 – Projects & Events
Here's this months round up of news and events from the region and beyond.
Arts & Health Newsletter May 2021 – Social Prescribing
I'm sure many of you took part in the fabulous Culture of Care National Conference last week, led by Culture Health and Wellbeing Alliance.
Derbyshire Woodland Festival at Elvaston Castle Country Park
We’re back! Our popular festival returns to Elvaston Castle on 18th and 19th September 2021. It’s a fantastic event celebrating traditional and contemporary woodland crafts. Look out for the updates.
Haarlem Artspace: The Entanglement
There are still a few days left to catch Victoria Lucas's online exhibition, The Entanglement, a Haarlem Periodical inviting us to the non-human world.
Derbyshire Creative Heritage Conference: Activism for Social Change
Our third Derbyshire Creative Heritage Conference will take place on Thursday 27th May. Entitled 'Activism for Social Change', we’ll be exploring the role of the arts and heritage sectors in making change, as a tool for protest and in helping to make our voices heard.
Find out what’s on with the Arts Derbyshire newsletter.