lionel march memorial conference

Lionel March was a mathematician, architect, and digital artist.  He was a pioneer in connecting design with architecture, and the founding director of the UK’s first research centre for architecture, the Centre for Land Use and Built Form Studies.  In the 1960’s March started experimenting in serial art, becoming one of the world’s first digital artists. […]

hip hop tots coming soon

The long awaited new Hip Hop Tots course is starting next week.  Hip Hop Tots is our specially designed course for 0-6yr olds, to explore movement, music, and creativity.  We took a break as our regular Tots tutor, bgirl RascElle left to share her magic skills in Vietnam, and now we have a new team in place, ready to rhumble. […]

neutral space relaxation

Neutral Space Relaxation® was developed by Lyn and Graham Whiteman, synthesising many years of work in light touch therapies, counselling, nutrition and yoga. It works on core levels of the body’s systems to bring balance, restoration and our natural healing responses into alignment. As a somatic, body based approach, Neutral Space Relaxation® is the perfect […]

arts and health

Interested in finding out more about the intersection between the arts and health? Register for this FREE event at Romsey Mill on Tuesday 19th March 2-5pm. The event has been organised by Emily Bradfield (East Anglia Area Representative for the Arts Health Early Career Research Network) and is open to anyone who would like to find […]

audition call out

AUDITION: FEMALE PERFORMER, FLY NO FILTER Fly No Filter is looking for a female actor with a playing age of 30-50 and strong speaking and physical skills for creation of a new touring piece. Applications from BAME performers are particularly welcome. We are keen to hear from actors with B-boying or contemporary dance training, but […]

dalek

StolenSpace Gallery is pleased to present ‘Harmony for the Righteous Destiny of Calamity’ a much anticipated new body of work by Dalek. ‘Harmony for the Righteous Destiny of Calamity’ is a fresh new body of work by American artist, Dalek. He returns to the UK for the first time since 2009, to showcase his exhibition […]

20 years of sprung!

If we ignore the weather and instead refer to our calendars/ diaries/ iPhones/ power filofax we will see that its time for Queens College Contemporary Dance Society‘s annual celebration of dance, Sprung!  And this year is a biggie; Sprung! celebrates 20 years.  We are very delighted to have been included in the programming for about […]