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Subject: Irish Dance Tutor - Richmond Theatre
From: orode_at_aol_dot_com
Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2006 09:48:57 -0500
X-Message-Number: 7

IRISH DANCE TUTOR  required for Richmond Theatre's
OFFSTAGE family learning project taking place between March an April 2007.

Must have min 18 months community dance teaching experience 
and up to date CRB check.

Please send current c.v. and letter of interest to 
mailto:orodefaka_at_theambassadors_dot_com
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3) ARTS IN THE WORKPLACE

We are looking for a number of artists to run lunchtime taster sessions for staff 
in the Housing Association. We are particularly looking for artists who can
deliver sessions in the following:

a. salsa dance
b. creative writing
c. oil painting
d. photography
e. candle-making
f. drawing

The activities will run in Sittingbourne, Battle, Hastings and Croydon. There is a
fee of 83.00 per session (including travel). These one-hour taster sessions will
run from January through to April, and there are three sessions of each art form 
in the three main locations (Kent, Sussex and Croydon).

If you are interested in Arts in the Workplace, please email Sarah Ridgway at
mailto:sarah_dot_ridgway_at_amicushorizon_dot_org_dot_uk with your CV.

All artists working with children and/or young people will need to undergo a CRB
disclosure check, and must hold public liability insurance.

The Neighbourhood Impact Arts project is funded by Arts Council, AmicusHorizon
Group and Swale Housing Association. For more information contact Sarah on
0788 775 2365 or email mailto:sarah_dot_ridgway_at_amicushorizon_dot_org_dot_uk

Sarah Ridgway
Neighbourhood Impact Artist
60 Bell Road
Sittingbourne
Kent
ME10 4HE
0788 775 2365
01795 427089
http://www.amicushorizon.org.uk


Anyone fancy trying to get English Ceilidh / Morris, clog or sword / community singing, music-making /
folk theatre etc on the agenda here?

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Date: 2 January 2007 23:00:02 GMT
Subject: artsnews digest: January 01, 2007

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Subject: MusicLeder London Project Management Courses
Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2006 15:38:10 +0000
X-Message-Number: 3

MusicLeader London 5 courses for the price of 4

on Project Management

Book for all five and get one free! Thats five courses for 60 as a freelancer.

10am - 4pm The Leathermarket, 11-13 Weston St, London, SE1 3ER

Our Project Management Course aims to provide a step by step guide to organising a
youth music / arts project. You will be guided through the key elements required
to manage a successful project.

Planning and Managing Your Project Thur 11 Jan 07
Building Your Project Budget Tue 30 Jan 07
Fundraising for Your Project Thur 15 Feb 07
Marketing for Your Project Tue 13th Mar 07
Evaluating Your Project Thur 29 Mar 07
The courses are part of 5 Project Management courses, however each session stands
alone and can be attended on its own.

Fees: Organisations 40 Freelancers 15, Fees include a free lunch book for all of
the courses and get the 5th free.

Info & Bookings: To request a booking form or further information contact Louisa
Fearnley, MusicLeader Programme Co-ordinator, at
mailto:louisa_dot_fearnley_at_musicleader_dot_net or tel 020 7378 1995 quoting the course 
title and Project Management  offer. If you are already a member of MusicLeader
you can also visit our training webpage 
booking forms for all the MusicLeader London courses can be downloaded.

Louisa Fearnley

T: 0207 378 1995

Book now for our courses in the New year: SIng It Out, Group Dynamics and Project
Management.


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Subject: MusicLeader Course: Know Your Sector
Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2006 10:41:07 +0000
X-Message-Number: 8

MusicLeader Know Your Sector training day.

'Excellent... bespoke training. Sensitive, inspiring and rewarding. 
Thank you.' Music Leader trainee 2006

22 Jan 2007 10am - 4pm The Leathermarket, 11-13 Weston St, London, SE1 3ER

This 1-day session led by Dave Price gives an overview of the key education
initiatives, policy and thinking today and is a must for any forward thinking
music leader or organisation planning for the sustainability of their work.
By the end of the session you will have a better understanding of:

- The major players and key initiatives in the sector including Musical Futures,
  Wider Opportunities, Every Child Matters, the Music Manifesto, music service and
  schools provision
- A look forward to upcoming trends and thinking
- An overview of the different ways young people take part in music
- Ways in which to make sure your or your organisation's work is able positioned
  to respond to the music education landscape

This session is aimed at: Community musicians, visiting musicians, practitioners
and those working for non formal sector organisations, who want to gain a better
understanding of the wider music education field.
Fees: Organisations 40 Freelancers 15.

Info & Bookings: To request a booking form or further information contact
Louisa Fearnley, MusicLeader Programme Co-ordinator, at 
mailto:louisa_dot_fearnley_at_musicleader_dot_net or tel 020 7378 1995. If you are already a 
member of MusicLeader you can also visit our training 
booking forms for all the MusicLeader London courses can be downloaded.

Louisa Fearnley
T: 0207 378 1995



Louisa Fearnley
T: 0207 378 1995

Book now for our courses in the New year: SIng It Out, Group Dynamics and Project
Management.
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