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Heritage Lottery Fund: New conversations across generations

The latest in a new blog from heritage lottery fund policy advisor for Communities and Diversity, Liz Ellis, exploring HLF-supported projects involving both younger and older people.

New service to make the case for the arts

A new database aimed at helping those working in the cultural industries to make the case for funding the arts has been launched by the umbrella body for London’s boroughs.

Nesta publishes crowdfunding resources

An online directory of websites offering crowd funding platforms in the UK has been launched by Nesta. With 31 sites currently listed, Crowdingin.com uses filters to help users assess which sites are best for their project, and includes the category ‘Arts-creative’.

Lennox Castle Stories 1936-2002

Lennox Castle Stories is an online collection of memories and stories, told by the ex-residents and hospital staff of Lennox Castle Hospital in the form of creative images, videos and text.

Free online cultural marketing resource CultureHive launched

A new free online knowledge hub, CultureHive has been launched which aims to support the arts and culture sector to produce successful marketing campaigns and develop audiences, as part of Arts Council England's Audience focus initiative.

The Royal Borough of Greenwich arts directory

This new directory aims to be a valuable resource, providing information on local arts groups, organisations and artists who are based in the Borough.

Resident organisations and artists are invited to add their details to the directory.

OAK: Online Arts DocK: new creative website for teenagers living with health conditions

OAK, the Online Arts DocK is a private web-space where teenagers living with health conditions can interact, share stories, artwork, films and music, and develop online arts projects in a safe and secure environment.

Voluntary Arts relaunches Running Your Group

An online service has been re-launched for anyone involved with amateur groups. Running Your Group is designed to give people all the tools they need to start up, fund, market and manage their group or small organisation.

“Mixing it Up: An Intergenerational Perspective”

New Work Network (NWN) and Artquest have launched a series of 5 short filmed dialogues between two artists / artist groups across different generations exploring how they sustain their practices.

The Articulate Hand

The Articulate Hand is a collaboration between performance artist Andrew Dawson and Jonathan Cole, neuroscientist and author. Through movement, Andrew Dawson uncovers the grace, beauty and psychological consequences of the impairments of the hand.

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