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AD:uk Eastern Regional Meeting

Tuesday 29th April Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge A date and venue for a regional gathering of AD:uk members has been arranged for Tuesday 29 April at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. We are likely to start late morning at approximately 11.30 – and go through to mid afternoon. Lunch will be provided. If there are any […]

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Norwich Fringe Festival launches


Just a quick post to let eastern region members know that Norwich Fringe Festival is starting in Saturday 5 October and running till the 19th October, alongside Norwich Sound and Vision, a three-day music and media industry convention and music festival and the Norfolk and Norwich Architects Festival. There’s also Norfolk Black History […]

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AD:uk East Regional Meeting: Tuesday 5 March

The next Regional Meeting for members in the East will be 1-4pm, Tuesday 5 March at Arts Council England’s East Region Offices (Eastbrook, Cambridge).

Presentations and updates at the meeting include:

Mark Makin – Programme Manager for house touring Bridge Update from Michael Corley (Bridge Programme Manager, Peterborough & Cambridgeshire) and Emma Betts (Programme […]

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AD:uk Eastern Region meeting: Tuesday 11th Dec

After an extraordinary year for the arts in the East we are resurfacing from our 2012 projects and looking at a different future for our sector – Arts Council England has published its new structure and operating model; the role of culture in education is uncertain and changes to public health delivery are moving apace. […]

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new network for writers and film-makers for the Eastern region



write2screen is a new network for the East of England, based in Norwich, UNESCO City of Literature.

It is for writers of fiction and non-fiction and for those working in the film and related industries in drama and documentary. Its purpose is to stimulate, support and grow collaborations between writers and film-makers.


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Norwich is named City of Literature

Norwich has been named as UNESCO City of Literature. It’s the 6th city to be awarded the title and first in England, joining the ranks of Edinburgh, Melbourne, Iowa City, Dublin and Reykjavik. Click here for more.

AD:uk Eastern Region Meeting

The next Eastern Region meeting will take place at ACE: Eastern new offices at Eastbrook, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge, CB2 8BF on Tues 27 March from 2.00 – 4.00pm (after lunch at 100pm). An agenda for the meeting will be available shortly. Could members who are attending please confirm their attendance with Roxie Curry, one of […]

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AD:uk Eastern Region Meeting: 2nd November

The next AD:uk Regional Meeting will be taking place on 2nd November at Arts Council East Headquarters, Bateman Street, Cambridge following on from the Arts Council Essential Guide meeting starting at 11.00am.

We will be introducing the three new Regional Co-ordinators plus a series of new benefits for AD:uk members. If you are not […]

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Stretching New Boundaries: Participation in Visual Arts

Thursday 22 September, 10.30am to 4pm, Folkestone

Symposium Fee £30 (includes Folkestone Triennial 2011 tour)

This exciting one-day symposium will bring together influential international practitioners to discuss participatory visual artwork and to explore future directions for this evolving sector.

Book your place now! Call: 01628 675 800

Keynote: Angus Farquhar, NVA; Symposium Chair: Dr Jonathan […]

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