In July 2016 a group of young residents living in Bedford’s Queen’s Park took to their local streets in a film-making project about the place where they live. Over a period of four weekends they worked with artists Julie Myers and Maria Anastassiou to explore their neighbourhood and create a magical and irreverent film about life on Chester and Carlisle Roads.
If you are an artist looking for space to grow, we have an affordable studio opportunity. One of our studios has recently become available and would be suitable to share between two artists or as a spacious studio for one. Submission deadline 10am 5 November 2018. Download an application here: BCA-StudioOpportunityOct18 BCA Studio Policy: BCA-studiopolicy For further questions
Annie Bacon shares her latest blog update, this week on prosocial behaviour. Being prosocial is about sharing, helping or giving for the greater good. Something we would all like to think we’re about. But recently I came across a blog by Frank Flynn, a Stanford Professor, discussing some research from 2011 which shows that the most
Bedford Music in Detention delivered by Bedford Creative Arts in partnership with The Higgins Bedford is delighted to announce a new commission, ‘Routes Bedford’ as part of ‘Routes’ by Theatre Témoin. Routes Bedford will be a large-scale puppetry and sound installation theatre piece. Over the course of six workshops in early autumn, Theatre Témoin will construct the puppets