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Arts Business News - Ella and Sir Whoopsalot is a new project from Tyneside-based actress, presenter, writer and producer Kim Tserkezie, whose media production company Scattered Pictures promotes inclusion showcasing emerging and diverse talent from the region. IMG s production arm has signed on to produce the show, which has also been awarded development funding from the Young Audiences Content Fund at the BFI.


The Search is on for a Young Disabled Actor for New TV Series

Arts Business News - In a candid chat on the Events That Made Me podcast, which covered all aspects of her career and family life, the Mount Pleasant star also admitted to host, celebrity event planner Liz Taylor, that she hasn t watched Coronation Street since she left the show in 2006.


Sally Lindsay Opens Up About Life and Work in Events That Made Me Podcast

Arts Business News - Confluences is the first joint exhibition showcasing the work of artists Martin and Siobhan Miles-Moore from award-winning studio Miles-Moore Ceramics. The exhibition opens at renowned Dales gallery and crafts space, Farfield Mill, Sedbergh, on 04th September and will run until the 02nd November 2020.


Confluences - the first joint exhibition showcasing the work of artists Martin

Arts Business News - A digital gallery of artwork, created by young people in Coventry during lockdown, is set to go live. The artists aged 13 to 25 are part of the Unplugged Series an eight-week programme of mentoring run by Positive Youth Foundation and Coventry City of Culture Trust.


Digital gallery created by young people in Coventry all set to go live

Arts Business News - Coventry s window to the world during its time as UK City of Culture is being brought to life with a brand-new website thanks to a top tech company based in the city.


City of Culture awards website contract to Coventry company

Arts Business News - Inspired Support, based in Newcastle with services across Tyne amp Wear, is an independent organisation supporting people with autism spectrum conditions ASC and learning disabilities through bespoke educational activities in the digital, sport and creative industries.


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Arts Business News - Liverpool s famous Writing on the Wall Festival WoWFEST under threat of collapse in its 20th year because of the Covid-19 pandemic has been transformed into a virtual event for its thousands of fans.


Arts Festival Under Threat Of Collapse In Covid-19 Pandemic Goes Virtual








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Arts Business News - Confluences is the first joint exhibition showcasing the work of artists Martin and Siobhan Miles-Moore from award-winning studio Miles-Moore Ceramics. The exhibition opens at renowned Dales gallery and crafts space, Farfield Mill, Sedbergh, on 04th September and will run until the 02nd November 2020.


Confluences - the first joint exhibition showcasing the work of artists Martin

Arts Business News - Ella and Sir Whoopsalot is a new project from Tyneside-based actress, presenter, writer and producer Kim Tserkezie, whose media production company Scattered Pictures promotes inclusion showcasing emerging and diverse talent from the region.


The Search is on for a Young Disabled Actor for New TV Series

Arts Business News - A digital gallery of artwork, created by young people in Coventry during lockdown, is set to go live. The artists aged 13 to 25 are part of the Unplugged Series an eight-week programme of mentoring run by Positive Youth Foundation and Coventry City of Culture Trust. The project was funded by Youth Music, Spirit of 2012 and Coventry City of Culture Trust.


Digital gallery created by young people in Coventry all set to go live

Arts Business News - Coventry s window to the world during its time as UK City of Culture is being brought to life with a brand-new website thanks to a top tech company based in the city.


City of Culture awards website contract to Coventry company

Arts Business News - In a candid chat on the Events That Made Me podcast, which covered all aspects of her career and family life, the Mount Pleasant star also admitted to host, celebrity event planner Liz Taylor, that she hasn t watched Coronation Street since she left the show in 2006.


Sally Lindsay Opens Up About Life and Work in Events That Made Me Podcast