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Discussion taking place at dance/museums event, Bassetlaw Museum
Opportunities

Callout for stories about the important journeys you have made - October 2019

We're looking for individuals/groups who may be happy to share stories about great journeys they have taken in their lives as part of our 'Imagination Museum: Mayflower 400 project'. These stories would be recorded, with your permission, and integrated into Max Perryment's original soundscore as part of our 'Celebration Performances' taking place in November 2019.

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Liminal Lease, artwork from Bryn Hallett, supported by Surrey Hills Arts
Opportunities

Unearthing landscapes symposium - 10th October 2019

A one day symposium exploring how the arts can enable a deeper understanding, knowledge and connection to landscape. This day will forge connections between landscape and health agencies, arts organisations and artists.

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Bright Sparks project Patterns with Penwith
Opportunities

Cornwall Museums Partnership - Bright Sparks Applications

Cornwall Museums Partnership and FEAST are challenging museums and artists to work together to generate original ideas for bringing more and different people into the museums of Cornwall to enjoy Cornwall’s unique heritage. Deadline 16th September 2019.

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Opportunities

Artist Commission Opportunity - Church Ope Cove

Working in partnership with b-side, Portland Museum wish to commission an artist to create work in any media responding to the history and environment of Wakeham and Church Ope area of the isle of Portland, Dorset. The opportunity offers up to £4000 plus an additional allowance of up to £950 towards travel and accommodation.

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Picture of 3 dancers performing The Imagination Museum: Mayflower 400 in Southampton
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The Imagination Museum: Mayflower 400 travels to Nottinghamshire!

The Imagination Museum: Mayflower 400 tells the story of the passengers aboard the Mayflower when it made its historic journey from England to America in 1620, many of whom were originally from Lincolnshire, North Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire. In the piece, three tour guide characters will lead you on a journey through history, using movement, text and music to explore what it was really like for those passengers, their determination, and the extraordinary things it made them do.

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Opportunities

Artist Open Day to develop the vision for the ‘Woodland Artist Studio’

You are invited to attend Hill Holt Wood’s Artist Studio Open day to find out about a new initiative that they are developing; inviting artists and arts partners working across all art forms to become integral to their wider programme through a new Artist Residency offer.