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'Incredible project' (Cambridge105) reaches its culmination

Sourth Cambs composer Jenni Pinnock's new soing cycle is premiered at Anglia Ruskin University on 10 March. This 'incredible project' (Cambridge105) gives voice to forgotten characters from the borderlands of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire drawn from original texts by Graha...

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about 2 months ago
eshampanova

Call out for ARTISTS as Research Participants

Dear all, I am a doctoral researcher at Birkbeck, University of London exploring the notion of entrepreneurship through the lived experience of Cambridge Arts Network-related artists. The notions of artists as cultural entrepreneurs are at the forefront of discourses coverin...

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about 2 months ago

Finland’s Approach to Cultural Learning: An Education

How can arts and culture leaders advocate for the value and impact of cultural education in society? Lisa Broom, Cambridge Junction’s Creative Learning Manager went to Helsinki researching how Fins value art and culture within children and young people’s education; she shares ...

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2 months ago
Lucy_Alexander

LGBT+ CHARITY CELEBRATES SILVER JUBILEE

The Kite Trust, the East of England's leading organisation for LGBT+ young people, is 25 years old in 2018. To celebrate, they are having a BIRTHDAY BASH at The Junction on Tuesday 20th February. All welcome! Headlining the Bash is Mock the Week's Zoe Lyons, with her "...inca...

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3 months ago

CACL Declares Committment to The Equality Pledge

On Friday 7 July at a reception for the Big Weekend, Malavika Anderson gave a speech declaring Cambridge Arts and Cultural Leader’s commitment to the Equality Pledge.  This is what she said: Thanks Elaine [Midgley]. Good evening everyone and many thanks to Cambridge Live for ...

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3 months ago

Youth Empowerment: an emerging LGBT+ drama group creates awareness

Drama practitioner, Mori Fernandez Plaschinski shares the aims and impact of a newly emergent drama group run by Kite Trust, Cambridge’s leading organisation for LGBT+ youth.  Creating a positive platform for expression and developing self and wider awareness. The Kite Trust...

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3 months ago

Community Focus: We Celebrate our City of Diversity

“Unity in Diversity” was the spirit of an event that showcased the talent and creativity within the membership of Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum (CECF).  Eddie Stadnik, CEO of CECF shares the highlights of this successful event expressing the breadth of cultures living in Ca...

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3 months ago
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