Additions to Creative Stoke, 8th October 2009Posted: October 8, 2009
Added to the What’s New page today:—
New! 08.10.09 Are your planning to run a project involving substantial intergenerational dialogue and exchange? Stafford-based Pieces of Sky Photography is offering to document a public or third-sector organisation’s intergenerational project free of charge. The photographer will follow the project to produce a set of high-resolution pictures, supplied to you on a disc, ready for printing or your website. Deadline for applications: 16th October 2009. Interested? Contact Chris Smith at: email@example.com
Simply Staffordshire is a local business offering short courses on green topics and countryside crafts, plus custom tours, in the Staffordshire Peak District. They are based in Alton in the Staffordshire Moorlands, and are currently offering short courses in…
* Life Drawing on 9th to 11th Oct 2009
* Hedge Laying on 31st Oct to 1st of November 2009
* Quilting on 23rd January 2010
* Willow Weaving and Crafts
Interested? More information from: Emily Whitehead firstname.lastname@example.org
Job: Wolverhampton Arts & Museums Service is seeking to celebrate the rich industrial heritage of the Black Country with a new range of limited edition, contemporary products developed by designers / makers, inspired by the historic local collections. In the first round of this project, there are three commissions available, working to the strengths of: Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service; Dudley Museum Service; and Walsall Museum Service. Each commissioned maker will design and produce (either themselves or in collaboration with a manufacturer) a limited edition run of between 50 to 300 items. Each product will retail between £10 and £50 and will be sold in museum, gallery and heritage centre shops run by the three local authorities. They also aim to use the Culture Label website to achieve global sales. There is a one off fee of £5,000 for each commission. This covers the design fee and production of the limited edition run, (batch size to be decided prior to contract agreement) as well as travel to the venues for meetings and to view the collection. Interested? For a full brief and application form please email Natalie Cole at: email@example.com
The 2012 London Olympics has today opened its Unlimited: Celebrating disability art and culture programme to entries. This £1.5m arts programme aims to commission… “disabled and deaf artists, and disabled and deaf-led arts organisations, who wish to develop their work”.
A variety of other official cultural projects around the 2012 London Olympics are also unveiled today, but it seems that Unlimited is one of the few currently inviting applications.