Added to Creative Stoke, 9th February 2011Posted: February 9, 2011
PR Guru blog has published a handy guide to the cost of buying advertising space in the main print publications that reach North Staffordshire. Buying just one quarter-page in all of them (but not the Express & Star) will cost you a whopping £3,434.
As the snowdrops begin to come up, thoughts turn to using Stoke’s local parks during the spring and summer. Urban Vision is running a timely Local Oasis event for teachers, in which artists will aim to demonstrate some of the creative ways in which parks can be used. The venue is Burslem Park, Stoke-on-Trent, on 23rd March 2011. More details from: firstname.lastname@example.org
The North Staffordshire Heritage Group is running a special 12th Annual Archive Day School on cultural history, “The Other Side of the Olympics: Culture in Staffordshire’s Past”…
“The Cultural Olympiad has long been a part of the modern Olympic movement. Between 1912 and 1948 medals were awarded for a range of cultural activities. Today we celebrate Staffordshire’s achievements in music, art, drama, literature and architecture.”
Speakers will include:— Dr. Nigel Tringham on “Psalm singers in the 18th and 19th centuries”; Randle Knight on “Thomas Peploe Wood, a Staffordshire artist”; Andrew Dobraszczyc on “Newcastle Theatre”; Kate Iles on “Anna Seward and Sabrina Sidney, an 18th Century friendship”; and Dr. Chris Wakeling on “Staffordshire architects”.
The venue for this event is The Kingston Centre, Fairway, Stafford, on Saturday 26 February 2011 (10am – 4pm). Tickets cost £12, to include lunch and refreshments. Booking in advance only, from Staffordshire Record Office.