Added to Creative Stoke, 13th May 2010

New! 13.05.10    
Birmingham-based 4iP has a call for a new project called Lost Art. This will…

“… explore the subject of art of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries that has been lost or destroyed in a variety of ways.” They want… “proposals from a cracking creative company with a great track record to create a unique online experience.”

Deadline for proposal submissions: 8th June 2010.

New! 13.05.10    
Lisa Owens has recently developed a lullaby music session at Blurton Children’s Centre in Stoke-on-Trent, for those with children aged 18-months and under. She is looking for a volunteer to come into the Centre once every six week, to help deliver a session with an acoustic aspect to it. Interested? Please contact:  lisa.owens@stoke.gov.uk

New! 13.05.10    
Urban Vision North Staffordshire is set to deliver a number of creative events at community festivals and events in North Staffordshire during the school summer holidays (23rd July until 6th Sept 2010). They are now inviting expressions of interest from event/festival organisers who would like to host one of these workshops. To register your interest please make contact before Friday 11th June with the date, venue and description of your event/festival. Please email your details to:  fiona.waddle@uvns.org

New! 13.05.10    
Job:  Derbyshire County Council requires a part-time Creative Derbyshire Co-ordinator. The post will pay a maximum of ¬£24,000 over two years to July 2012. Deadline: 7th June 2010. More information from Claire Bosworth:  claire.bosworth@derbyshire.gov.uk

New! 13.05.10    
A new photography group on Flickr, Your Staffordshire, welcomes your membership and submissions of pictures.

New! 13.05.10    
Birmingham’s printed contemporary fine-arts fanzine An Endless Supply is aiming to make Issue 14 (‘Those Who Can Do…’ Summer 2010) coincide with the annual graduation shows in June/July 2010, but profiling the teachers rather than students. Submissions are invited from artists… “currently employed within H.E. or F.E. Art and Design education in the West Midlands.” Contact the editors via their website.

New! 13.05.10    
The Peak District Products Association is now actively seeking to expand their membership. Applicants successful after an initial selection will be invited to interview, which will examine how the PDPs’ recently reviewed criteria covers development of ideas, presentation & skill, uniqueness, professional and business experience and reciprocal expectations. Interested? Please contact the membership secretary Ingrid Karlsson-Kemp at ingrid@karlsson-kemp.co.uk or by post to: Moorland, Earl Sterndale, Buxton, Derbyshire. SK17 0BS

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