March 26th -April 28th; 10am till 4pm except Wednesdays at Derby Arboretum; Derby
All the photos were taken in Scarborough my home town over a period of four months to find the best shots out of many
images took a while.
It is an unusual selection of my photos and images; taken with blind photography( shooting without looking);
the main images of the pools were photographed this way from above; I have then printed as circular images onto watercolour paper; again one of my styles.
Derby LIVE is bringing audiences five giants of British comedy to Derby Arena this year, with John Bishop, Ed Byrne, Russell Brand, Sarah Millican and Jason Manford all making Derby a stop on their tours.
After a mammoth solo world tour promoting the release of the critically acclaimed 'Verging On The Perpendicular' album, BBC Folk Award nominee Dan Walsh's annual UK tour offers an exciting change for 2018 seeing the launch of the all-new Dan Walsh Trio. This exciting new outfit sees him team up with award winning fiddler Ciaran Algar and long-time collaborator Nic Zuppardi on mandolin. Although a few favourites from Dan's previous highly praised albums will be in the set, the gigs are mostly to be shaped around brand new and innovative mate
We're very pleased to be working with Music in Hospitals and Care and New Mills Festival to promote the wonderful Mr Wilson's Second Liners. All proceeds to MiHC. #newmills #music #community #workingtogether #printmaking #linocutting #drypoint #monoprinting #lifedrawing #workshops #artcourses #getcreative
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The Beast from the East has left, and now it’s time to get outdoors and enjoy the start of spring. There’s so much to do outdoors in Derby this spring, with events across Derby Parks, activities for kids and outdoor sports.
An Engineering apprentice at Derby College has been recognised by East Midlands Chamber in their annual Enterprising Women awards.
Amber Nicholson (22) from Chaddesden is an apprentice with AESSEAL in Derby which is part of a global company specialising in mechanical seals and support systems.
Derby and Sandiacre Canal Trust has nearly reached its goal to secure £100,000 in pledges which will then open the door to further grants and funding.
Pledges have been flooding in from local people, businesses and canal enthusiasts and £85,000 has been earmarked towards the £352,000 restoration of a ‘Golden Mile’ of canal in Draycott into a major leisure attraction.
As soon as the pledge total has been reached, the Trust can call in matched funding so that work can start on the “Golden Mile” stretch of canal this summer on a 12-week construction programme.
Protected Services students at Derby College’s Broomfield Hall campus recently visited the UK’s leading security exhibition at London’s Olympia as part of their enrichment programme with Wilson James - a national leader in security solutions.
Derby College celebrated International Women’s Day with an event recognising the achievements of women at local and regional businesses focused on Science, Technology, Construction, Engineering and Maths and highlighting career opportunities available to young people.
Representatives from businesses in Derby’s St Peters Quarter Business Improvement District (BID) have held their first Tidy Day of the year - joining an early-morning litter pick to highlight their commitment to keeping the area tidy.
The Business Tidy event is part of the St Peters Quarter five-year BID programme which includes activities to improve the environment and visitor experience in the area.
Mature students at Derby College’s Ilkeston campus have raised more than £600 for Treetops Hospice in Risley
The students ran a tombola stand at the College and organised a raffle for a signed Derby County football shirt.
Higher Education students at Derby College came under the spotlight at an awards ceremony at the Roundhouse to celebrate their success.
As well as certificates for completing their Higher Education study programmes at the College in Construction, Animal Management and Business, there were several special awards presented in recognition of students’ personal achievements.
3 Charnwood St, Derby
10th -20th of March 2018
Exhibition Opening times: Monday to Friday 9.30am-4.30pm
Normanton-based arts organisation, Artcore is active in exploring provoking ideas and issues of topical interest through the medium of art.
In this special occasion we investigate what is the role of women in art and what is their impact in our current society.
The ever-popular Outdoor Theatre and Cinema season will return to Markeaton Park Craft Village this June, July and August. Derby LIVE and Derby Parks will be bringing audiences thrilling shows from Oddsocks Productions, Babbling Vagabonds and Squashbox Theatre, as well as showings of classic films, and all in the beautiful surroundings of Markeaton Park.
We are looking ahead to The Buxton Spa Prize 2018 and invite you to look at our redesigned website at www.BuxtonSpaPrize.co.uk.
We've welcomed a decision by car manufacturer Toyota to build its new Auris model at its factory in Burnaston as a boost for the Derbyshire economy.
The announcement from the Japanese firm, which has been manufacturing cars at Burnaston on the outskirts of Derby for 25 years, is expected to secure jobs at the plant for at least the next six years.
It marks the 20th anniversary of our twinning arrangement with Toyota City − a long-standing relationship which has forged strong employment, education, cultural and tourism links between the two regions.
DART (standing for Developing Artists/Art for Rural Touring) is an initiative run by Live & Local with the objective of helping emerging (or established) companies and artists take their first steps in rural touring. Its key aims are those of identifying and nurturing new talent, developing exciting new work for rural touring audiences, and deepening audience engagement with the arts by bringing them closer to the art itself.
We're delighted to say that British Sea Power, Honeyblood, The Lovely Eggs, Dream Wife, Girl Ray and Sacred Paws are among 35 artists confirmed today for this year’s Indietracks festival.
The above artists are joined by Darren Hayma (playing ‘Breaking God’s Heart’), Even As We Speak, Haiku Salut, Onsind, The Smittens, Anna Burch, Boyracer, Night Flowers and Eureka California.
£16,772 to £17,169 subject to experience (full time / 35 hrs per week / flexi time) with supplementary payments for any additional weekend and unsociable hours worked.
Buxton has been praised by one of the country’s top orchestras for helping to inspire generations of musicians.
English Touring Opera – who will perform on March 23 in a concert for the Friends of Buxton International Festival – say they have developed a “special relationship” with the town which has become one of their favourite venues.
And they will be bringing a programme which promises musical fireworks.
''ETO's relationship with Buxton is indeed a very special one,” said the Orchestra’s General Director James Conway.
Belper Arts Festival will open on 5th May with a special concert at St. Peter's Church.
Irish soprano Margaret Keys and Guests will appear in Belper between concerts with Michael Crawford and Russell Watson. Margaret follows in the footsteps of poet Ian MacMillan and Karen England in appearing at the Belper Festival which is now in its sixth year. Most notably, the Festival saw the appearance of the Kanneh Mason family in the week when Sheku Kanneh Mason was named BBC Young Musician Of The Year.
City Arts and the Insitute of Mental Health are looking for submission of artwork inspired by mental illness, or created by artists living with mental health issues. For our 2018 open summer exhibition we are asking artist to respond to the theme “Traumascapes and Landscapes of the Interior”.
An alliance of cultural organisations from across England launches a new national body to develop and promote the role of arts and culture in supporting the country’s health and wellbeing (launch 13 March 2018).
A new service to give local people with first-hand experience of mental health conditions and those who care for them a greater voice in improving health and social care services is holding public information sessions to mark its launch and recruit local people to get involved in its work.
Computing students at Derby College have devised proposals for a mobile app that would help raise the profile of Elvaston Castle and attract more visitors.
Elvaston Castle successfully applied to be part of a community project run by graduate trainees at Rolls-Royce.
QUAD in Derby presents a new exhibition by Mark Neville, entitled ‘Battle Against Stigma’ which aims to address the stigma of mental health problems in the military. The exhibition is part of FORMAT International Photography Festival Off Year Programme.
An innovative programme to improve older people’s core stability and reduce their risk of falling and injuring themselves has been expanded in the city.
The Dance Active sessions, run by Derby-based regional dance house Déda and Derby City Council, are part of a wider Falls Management Exercise programme.
So far 48 people have taken part in Dance Active sessions with the average age of participants being 79.
An apprentice at Derby College has been awarded a £1,000 bursary from construction company Bowmer & Kirkland to support his future studies and job career goals.
Matthew Johnson (22) from Breadsall works for Jenbrooke Construction and attends Derby College on day release to complete his level three brickwork apprenticeship.
Visitors to Derby College’s Broomfield Hall campus in Morley on Sunday March 18 between 11am and 3pm will have the chance to meet the new-born lambs and other animals who are cared for by students at the College.
Broomfield Hall’s working farm and animal unit will be open throughout the day where visitors can see a wide range of resident animals and exotic species from the new wallabies to reptiles.
IT specialists RDS Global has joined Derby College’s innovative Employer Academy programme to showcase the varied career opportunities available to students.