Meet Mark Frith - Tree Portraitist - Part of Tyndale Arts Week

Founded in 2017, Tyndale Arts Week showcases the best work from local artists and makers from the Dursley area. These include painters, photographers, sculptors and those who work in textiles, ceramics, glass, mosaics and much more. 

The work will be exhibited in a collection of shared venues in and around the town.

This year's Tyndale Arts Week will take place during the first week in October (5-6 October)

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FREE Inclusion training in Gloucestershire this autumn

Active Impact provides FREE Inclusion training for individuals and organisations in Gloucestershire who work with children and young people.

We've supported everyone from artists to sailing clubs, magicians to Early Years settings to gain confidence in welcoming disabled children and young people.

Our popular Inclusion Needs You programme is running again this autumn. We have spaces available on both our week day and weekend sessions. We know that volunteers may often work during the week so once a year we run a full Saturday programme to enable them to participate in this valuable training. However, you can book a mix of weekday and weekend sessions if this suits you better.

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Culture | Data | Learning: creative lab

Join Create Gloucestershire for this hands-on lab exploring where data and art meet. 

Are you an artist interested in how data might shape your creations? Or do you work with data, and want to explore how to look at it in new ways? We want you to join us and get creative though team projects to discover, explore and represent data about the cultural education landscape in Gloucestershire. 

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Futureproof Programme announced - Visual Arts South West

Visual Arts South West in partnership with Arnolfini invites artists, curators, arts organisations and audiences to gather for a day of discussions and learning. Join inspiring speakers to work collectively and consider our future amongst increasing precarity, limited access to the arts, the turn away from the European community converging with the rise of fascism, the rapid development of digital technologies, and the climate emergency.

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