Added to Creative Stoke, 21st October 2010

New! 21.10.10    
Job:  Staffordshire Arts and Museum Service (SAMS) would like to commission a bespoke interactive and multisensory sculpture, designed to tour community venues and school settings. Deadline for application: 19th November 2010. Total fee is £8,000. The full brief is here (Word .doc).

New! 21.10.10    
The next Stoke-on-Trent Social Media Surgery will be on 1st November 2010, 6pm – 8pm at The White Star pub in Stoke-upon-Trent (Stoke town, ST4 1JB).

New! 21.10.10    
Local author Shaun Jeffrey will be signing copies of his high-octane zombie novel Deadfall (on Amazon and the Kindle) at Waterstones in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, on Saturday 30th October from 11am – 12noon. One of Shaun’s books is currently being made into a feature film in the USA.

New! 21.10.10    
The Rialto Ballroom will be known to many a seasoned ballroom dancer. It is now re-opening as a brand new studio on Church Street, Stoke-upon-Trent, for K.Dee.K Danceworks. They’re offering a free Ballroom and Latin Taster Class for adults at the Rialto from 6-7pm on Thursday 21st October 2010.
More information from:

New! 21.10.10    
Staffordshire Jelly is holding its third shared working day for those who work at home, on 28th October 2010 (9am – 5pm) at the Moat House hotel on Festival Park…

“a chance to get out of the (home) office and work alongside other like-minded business people, for a day, for free.”

Full details on the website.

New! 21.10.10    
The record of the recent Parliamentary ‘Future of the Wedgwood Museum’ debate, is now available on Hansard.

New! 21.10.10    
The Film Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, will be celebrating local creative history with a Spode Night on 17th November 2010 (7.54pm)…

“An evening celebrating the Spode factory in Stoke, with a selection of archive films stretching back over eight decades. Also – a tribute to Robert Copeland, who frequently helped SFA celebrate Spode and narrated various films.”

New! 21.10.10    
Lee Deaville and Richard Pekar’s film The Last Train to Budapest has its world premiere at The Film Theatre on Wednesday 3rd November 2010 (7.45pm). Creative Stoke’s interview with Richard is available here.

New! 21.10.10    
Interested in how disused rural buildings can be tranformed for use by crafts makers and media producers? English Heritage has just published the final report of the West Midlands Farmsteads and Landscapes Project.


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