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​All the very latest arts and creative news from members of Cambridge Arts Network. 

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Dancers can deliver effective healthcare programmes, report finds

Aesop’s falls-prevention classes were both an enjoyable artistic challenge and faithful to their healthcare objectives. Dancers can be trained to deliver artistic, evidence-based...

Posted by CAN network on 9th March 2017.

Links between arts and health come under academic scrutiny

The Centre for Performance Science, a Royal College of Music and Imperial College London collaboration, is to use a £1m Arts and Humanities Research Council grant to assess the...

Posted by CAN network on 9th March 2017.

Wysing Arts Centre 2017 Residency artists announced & further 2017 exhibition news

During 2017 Wysing Arts Centre is exploring ‘many voices’ across its programme, within the over-arching programme theme: Wysing Polyphonic (#wysingpolyphonic). Central to...

Posted by CAN network on 24th February 2017.

CMMNTY talk about art & homlessness on Cambridge 105

Cambridge 105's Julian Clover meets David Newman, who’s set up CMMNTY, a collective of artists who are producing clothing and art to support the Emmaus community for the homeless....

Posted by CAN network on 24th February 2017.

Winners announced for 2017 Hearts for the Arts Awards

What Next? and the National Campaign for the Arts have announced the winners of their Hearts for the Arts Awards, a new initiative to reward and thank Councils, Councillors and Council...

Posted by CAN network on 24th February 2017.

MPs call for ban on unpaid arts internships

A group of cross-party MPs is calling on the government to ban unpaid internships in the sector, following evidence submitted to an inquiry that labelled them as “the curse of...

Posted by CAN network on 23rd February 2017.

GetArty! Brand New Initiative with Mencap & Access Art

Get Arty! is aimed at children from ages 5 to 11 and inviting schools across the UK to take part during Learning Disability Week in June. However if you’d prefer to run...

Posted by CAN network on 2nd February 2017.

Cracked Voices

Cracked Voices is an exciting collaboration between writer Graham Palmer and composer Jenni Pinnock which will result in a new 30 minute song cycle. The songs will give voice to the...

Posted by GPWriter1 on 1st February 2017.

What has Cambridge Arts Network achieved in 2016?

The 2016 CAN conference Arts and Culture: Taking the Lead took place in March this year at the Alison Richard Building, University of Cambridge; and provided the opportunity to update...

Posted by CAN network on 29th November 2016.

Melanie Manchot named as the new Artist-in-Residence on the North West Cambridge Development

The Habitation Artist Residency programme, run by CAS Consultancy and Insite Arts on behalf of the University of Cambridge, fosters creative research collaboration between artists and...

Posted by CAN network on 29th November 2016.