A weekend of art made in Bedford. Magical night time light projections, animated discussions and pop up cinema of films made in Bedford. Become a walking musical instrument in an interactive sound installation, or drink tea, take a walk and find out more about how afternoon tea started in Bedfordshire. Hear the Concerto Magnificent, a concert of new music with words written by you, the people of Bedford. Look up for our new High Street installation and look out for the Town Crier!
All of this and more made up the 2013 Almanac Festival in Bedford, fueled by unique contributions from those who have taken part in our projects; you, your friends and your neighbours.
In October the Durham Commission, a joint research collaboration between Durham University and Arts Council England, which examined the role creativity should play in the education of children and young people, released its findings. The Commission concluded that all schools, from early years to 16-plus education, should be better enabled to ‘support the promotion of creativity
Bedford Creative Arts is delighted to announce that the Gigs 4 Kids campaign has successfully exceeded its target by raising £16,999 thanks to support from generous backers. This includes Arts Council England (ACE) who donated £2,555, plus local businesses Bedford Heights, Bonfire Creative Intelligence, Future Legend Media, Narrative Industries, Woodhead Horns, both Cllr Valentine and
Next week sees the first of the Teasing Out Contingencies workshops; a free open studio project in the Southwark Room at Tate Exchange, Tate Modern, directed by artist Quilla Constance. Taking place on 3rd and 4th December, the workshops give individuals the opportunity to be a part of the active making of a series of