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Network Survey

Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands is more than halfway through a three-year programme of activity. The programme comprises projects called Document, The Start of Something, In Another Place, Meet the Artist and includes our annual events (Things Happen, Make.Practice.Perfect.) and website cvaneastmidlands.co.uk.

CVAN EM's aims are to:

DERBY FOLK FESTIVAL REACHES MORE PEOPLE THAN EVER BEFORE

The eleventh Derby Folk Festival has proven to be the most successful yet. It reached more people than ever before, with record ticket sales for the event co-produced by Derby LIVE and PR Productions. Visitors came from across the country including Exeter, Leeds, Chester and Oxford demonstrating the benefits of continuing to make derby a vibrant place to visit.

Foundation Year Actor Training starting soon!

We are delighted to have received Arts Council funding which enables us to launch the region’s first learning disabled Actor Training programme. Launchpad is a Foundation year training and has been designed specifically for actors with learning disabilities who want to be part of a vibrant company and potentially work on stage, screen and television.
 
LaunchPad offers training in:

STAGE PRESENCE AND FOCUS
PHYSICAL THEATRE
MOVEMENT
VOICE AND BREATH WORK

Arts Manager, Fleet Arts, Derbyshire

  • Closes 30 November 2017
  • Location: Belper, Derbyshire
  • Type: Part Time
  • Salary:  NJC SCP26 
  • Artform:  managing community arts programme
  • Contact:  Jane Milward  jane@fleet-arts.org

Description

Deadline: 30 November 2017

Salary: £23,398  pro rata (£15.177 per annum)

Hours of work: 24 per week  - days negotiable but must include a Monday or a Wednesday

The Derby Conference Centre go back to their roots by hosting Women in Rail event

The Derby Conference Centre were delighted to have hosted Women in Rail East Midlands for a second time this year for their ‘First Step to the Next Step’ event on Thursday 12th October. The Derby Conference Centre was the first purpose-built training college for railway staff, which couldn’t be more fitting to host this event, along with their launch which took place at the end of June.

Derby College Students Share Stay Safe Messages

A group of Derby College students have helped to organise a conference for their peers to share important messages about staying safe.

The group of students on the Level 3 Protective Services study programme, based at Broomfield Hall, have been working with Derbyshire police as ambassadors for Project Zao – an initiative to raise awareness amongst young people of the dangers of carrying a knife.

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