Latest itemsPosted: January 22, 2009
Latest “What’s New?” items from Creative Stoke. See the website for pictures and links…
New! 20.01.09 Urban Vision North Staffordshire has launched its 4th annual competition for photographs of our area. “Home!” is the theme…
Creative Stoke has the flyer and entry form (PDF, 850kb).
New! 20.01.09 The 2nd Stoke-on-Trent Stoke Your Fires Festival of Animation is inviting for entries to the Spring 09 event. Deadline is 19th February 09.
New! 15.01.09 The British Silk Painters Guild is hosting a weekend festival of workshops and talks on 1st & 2nd August 09, at the nearby Rodbaston College. The theme is ‘Silk Art to Wear’. More details are available here.
New! 14.01.09 Job: DASH is a disability arts development organisation, based in nearby Shrewsbury and working across the West Midlands and the Welsh Marches. DASH is currently seeking a Visual Arts Manager (£8,892, 2 days per week). Interested? More details via their website.
New! 11.01.09 Added to the directory: Matthew Stansfield Photography is based in Talke, Stoke-on-Trent. Matthew specialises in photography of fashion, food, interiors, plus lifestyle portraits.
New! 11.01.09 Added to the directory: Grisdale Lesniak Swann, an award-winning advertising agency based in Stoke-on-Trent.
New! 11.01.09 Added to the directory: Capoeira Art Brasil is a Stoke-on-Trent -based group that promotes Brazilian arts and culture, and runs weekly classes in capoeira and music.
You can see Capoeira Art Brasil on stage on 24th January 09, at 09 Dance festival at the Regent theatre in Stoke-on-Trent — 80 dance companies, 240 new dances and over 1500 dancers, in the region’s 8th annual youth dance festival.
New! 11.01.09 Added to the directory: Gemma Killingback is a glass artist The Roslyn Works, Longton (next to the Gladstone Pottery Museum). Gemma designs and produces leaded and kiln-formed art glass and jewellery.
New! 11.01.09 Added to the events listing: 4th March 2009, at The Potters Club, Stoke, in ‘The Potters Room’. 6pm to 8.30pm. Creativity: Innovate Through the Recession — a free Business Broker event, with Staffordshire University. The main speaker is Karl Woolley, Managing Director of the company that launched the BBC’s Tweenies. Also hear how Aynsley China won an ‘Achievement in Innovation’ award at the 2008 Lord Stafford Awards.
New! 09.01.09 The Sunday Times Style in the City is happening in Birmingham in April 2009. The organisers are looking for a ‘Midlands Designer of the Future’, and the chosen person will be heavily promoted to the 2009 event’s shoppers. Deadline for entries: 12th Feb 09.