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Vicky Lee

Flower Remedies.  30 Sept 2011

Posted by Vicky Lee on 17 December 2011

How often in a performance do the emotions go haywire. All these superstars in the room can create fireworks. Black holes appear in our memories, and how about stage fright that suddenly…

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Vicky Lee

The Day Job   October 15th 2011

Posted by Vicky Lee on 17 December 2011

This weeks email round for the Hotpots is making a date for us to meet up for a coffee and see our fellow Sparetyre performers at the Roundhouse in Camden. I'm an artist , let me in…

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Toby Lowe

Quality in participatory arts

Posted by Toby Lowe on 09 December 2011

The Arts Council is starting to think about how to develop a quality framework for work with Children & Young People. They asked me to write a blog piece about this to help provoke…

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Entelechy Arts

Vidigal: Shakespeare, sex and sonnets

Posted by Entelechy Arts on 01 December 2011

We’re in a rehearsal space in Nós do Morro , high on the slope of the Vidigal favela with Ipanema beach and one of the greatest views of Rio stretched out beneath us. Outside…

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Ellie Shipman

Once Upon a Time: Spare Tyre brings multi-sensory storytelling to people with Dementia

Posted by Ellie Shipman on 17 November 2011

Once Upon a Time: Spare Tyre travels across the UK to bring multi-sensory storytelling to people with Dementia Eleanor Shipman, a new member of staff at Spare Tyre, observes. ‘Right,…

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Madelaine Smith

Unprovoked

Posted by Madelaine Smith on 15 November 2011

The other night I jumped on the 31 bus to one of my favourite venues, The Roundhouse in Camden to see 'Unprovoked' by Kathrine Smith. The play tells the harrowing story of the…

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Entelechy Arts

Dating Brazilians

Posted by Entelechy Arts on 09 November 2011

The whole experience is wrapped magically in a scorching Indian summer: late September and the temperatures are in the high twenties. Seven days spent preciously- rich experience juxtaposed…

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Connected Culture

What do we value in participatory arts?

Posted by Connected Culture on 05 November 2011

The moment has arrived for us to be bold and brave and to advocate for ourselves.  Let’s change the conversation. Working in participatory arts with vulnerable adults we…

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Connected Culture

Ed Vaizey: “What’s the participatory arts?”

Posted by Connected Culture on 05 November 2011

A revealing interview by Mailout with Ed Vaizey: http://t.co/LaBS21h Interesting and sad isn't it that participatory arts is seen by our Minister of Culture as free ticket entry…

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