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Creative Bedfordshire April Networking

JOIN US FOR FREE CREATIVE NETWORKING IN SHARNBROOK ON 6TH APRIL 2017 RURAL BUSINESS is the theme of our April event. We will have inspiration from Harrold based artist Jo Atherton, who sees no boundaries in going further afield with her work, and a frank conversation about the issues and needs of creative business in

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The Bedford Project Andre Stitt

Over the period of one year Wales-based performance artist Andre Stitt performed a series of eight live art performances in Bedford town and the surrounding rural areas.

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THE WALL

Following on from our In Situ Cinema project on Chester and Carlisle Road in July 2016, we invited the residents of the two streets to join us and artist Maria Anastassiou as we returned to Queen’s Park, Bedford with two new and exciting filmmaking workshops. With the help of artist Maria, residents of Chester and

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Library as Laboratory – How can Libraries exist in the future?

  Library as Laboratory – How can Libraries exist in the future? Bedford Creative Arts has been exploring new ways that libraries can evolve for the future by bringing together artists and libraries. The result is five pioneering projects created by eight artists, ranging from festivals and performances to slot car championships. The project is

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Lucy + Jorge Orta: Food

An exhibition presented by Metal Peterborough 10 September 2016 – 4 December 2016 In preparation for BCA’s ‘An Artists’ Supper’ taking place tonight and featuring internationally renowned collaborative Lucy + Jorge Orta’s artwork ’70 x 7 The Meal’ I took the time to visit their current exhibition, Lucy + Jorge Orta: Food presented by Metal

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IN SITU CINEMA

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

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In Situ Cinema  

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.

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