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    Crooksemoor Road
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    Community arts, volunteering, getting creative, meeting new people and having fun!
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    Community Arts organisation
  1. A celebration of what we love about Sharrow. This event is FREE and we want anybody and everybody to come! Free refreshments will be available and you can drop in at any time. There will also be art and craft work workshops on the day with more details to come soon. Share stories of spaces and places that were special to you as a child, draw the spaces you love today and find out what amazing things go on in our community. Storytelling, music, creative writing, poetry, art workshops and much more! Date: June 5th Time: 16.00 - 19.30 Location: Highfield Trinity Church, London Road (Corner of Highfield Place), Sheffield, S2 4UR For more information contact us at: admin@igniteimaginations.org.uk 01142686813 http://www.artinthepark.org.uk
  2. Join us this spring at Furnace Park, where we will be promoting play, exploration and the use of natural and found materials by creating microhabitats! On the 15th and 17th of April, there will be free workshops where families and children will be able to work in collaboration with artists and students to build dens on the site. Furnace Park, once an abandoned industrial space, has been transformed into a creative space for the local community. Both workshops are from 12pm - 3pm, there is no booking necessary. There will be indoor space available if it rains, please wear comfortable and weather appropriate clothing. Find more info about Furnace Park here: http://www.furnacepark.org/ and more about the workshops here: http://www.artinthepark.org.uk/Whatson Join our facebook event page here! https://www.facebook.com/events/239759872875294/
  3. Get creative this April as Art In The Park offer FREE art classes aimed at 7 - 12 year olds. Classes will be held at Jordanthorpe library, Sheffield. Work with a professional artist exploring what our community, environment and day to day lives were like “before now” and create our own masterpieces. Art forms will include photography, drawing and model making. After school classes are every Wednesday from 3.30pm - 5pm. Running from 2nd April 2014 - 21st May 2014. (weekly sessions, not including the Easter holidays, extra session Monday 19th May) We are also running Easter holiday sessions from 10am - 12.30pm then 1.30pm - 4pm on: Wednesday 16th April Wednesday 23rd April Friday 25th April Places are limited to 8 per week on a first come first serve basis so don't be late! Jordanthorpe library is located at Dyche Lane, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S8 8DX. For more information please visit the website at http://www.artinthepark.org.uk, call 01142686813 or contact us by email at luisa@artinthepark.org.uk
  4. Take part in six free creative workshops on Fridays starting 25th Oct (ending 29th Nov), in the Zest Centre/ Upperthorpe Library. Working with professional artists and poets you can share your stories about the area you live in. We'll be using words, photography and visual arts to create an archive of local life around the Upper Don corridor, which will be showcased online and at a celebration later in the year. Booking is preferred but not essential. For more info, or to book a place, contact Art in the Park on (0114) 2686813, or admin@artinthepark.org.uk, or alternatively Rachael Needham at Zest on (0114) 2702040. https://www.facebook.com/events/539993862747559/
  5. If you enjoy walking, discovering forgotten secrets and getting arty, come along and join us on our two Arts Walks! We're running two exciting cross-platform Arts Walks that aim to rediscover the lost and forgotten spaces around Sheffield. We'll be making our way down hidden pathways, discovering forgotten sites and searching for a buried history amongst post-apocalyptic landscapes. The first of these walks will take place between 10.30am-1.30pm on Saturday 26th October and will be exploring the area around Parkwood Springs. Over a four mile route, you will explore the mixture of well-known and secret paths surrounding Parkwood’s city-centre rubbish tip, visit the long-forgotten Wardsend Cemetery and trace the overgrown roads of a forgotten community, taking part in arts and writing activities as you go. The walk will depart from the Infirmary Road tram stop and will cover some steep and rough terrain, so is recommended only for confident walkers. https://www.facebook.com/events/304909346313702/?ref=5 The second will be on Saturday 2nd November and will be rediscovering the history of Cuthbert Bank and the site of Kelvin Flats. Departing from outside the Zest Centre/ Upperthorpe Library at 10.30am, the two mile walk visits the site of Kelvin Flats, sharing the history and memories of previous residents. It then continues to Cuthbert Bank, where the hulks of old pigeon lofts sit amongst the trees, before culminating in indoor arts activities and refreshments at Hillsborough Park. https://www.facebook.com/events/518083071613922/?ref=5 Both walks will feature opportunities to engage in arts activities. We recommend you wear sturdy shoes and bring appropriate clothing! Check out the Facebook events for more details.
  6. Art in the Park are running two exciting and free events exploring some of Sheffield's forgotten spaces: On Thursday 5th September, 10.30am-12.30pm, we are running a photography walk through the atmospheric Wardsend Cemetery, meeting outside Hillsborough College. We have a very limited stock of cameras for people to use, so please bring your own if you have one. On Saturday 7th September, 10.30am- 12.30pm, we are running a poetry walk to discover Cuthbert Bank and it's ruined pigeon lofts, meeting outside Hillsborough Library. Pens and notebooks provided. No need to book, just turn up and get involved!
  7. Light Night Sheffield We've extended out deadline for applications for artist's and venues to be involved in Light Night Sheffield! We are now taking applications right up until Monday the 12th of August. If you're interested in getting involved, or just want to know more about the event, check out our website here: http://www.artinthepark.org.uk/lightnight We also have an exciting opportunity for a film intern. This opportunity would require fantastic experience in filming and being involved with local events, researching and planning a film project and editing the final film piece. The deadline for applications is on the 29th of August. If you're interested in getting involved, the full details of the post can be found here: http://www.artinthepark.org.uk/jobs We are also looking for voluntary Light Night stewards to be involved and help out on the night. This is a great, hands-on role, working behind the scenes and front of house on a major, city centre, creative event. The deadline for applications is the 21st of August. You can apply for the role here: http://www.artinthepark.org.uk/jobs
  8. Sheffield art organisation Art in the Park is running Light Night on Saturday 7th September 2013 in Sheffield City centre, 4pm - 9.30pm. Sheffield Light Night will be a city-wide take-over, opening up spaces so people can explore the city in a way they haven’t before. Imagine entering buildings and spaces you didn’t know existed, finding performers, art installations and activities around every corner and experiencing Sheffield in a completely different way. The city centre will be animated, lit up and celebrated through our city’s artists and performers for one night only to invite you to see Sheffield in a different light. Art in the Park want to unlock the doors of spaces and venues people don’t ordinarily get to see, animate places in a completely new way and celebrate what Sheffield has to offer for all ages. Any artists, venues and events who want to be involved must apply by 5pm on Friday 12th July. Applications can be downloaded from Art in the Park’s website: http://www.artithepark.org.uk/lightnight. Any questions to be emailed to: luisa@artinthepark.org.uk.
  9. East Peak Outdoors is a new festival of walking, cycling and horse riding, celebrating the outstanding natural environment surrounding the East Peak area of Penistone, Denby Dale, Kirkburton and North Sheffield. The first ever festival will take place Wednesday 19th to Sunday 23rd June 2013 and will include many walks, horse and cycle rides as well as workshops and cultural events, many of which are free to attend. It is an East Peak Innovation Partnership project, delivered by Art in the Park (Sheffield), and the funding is being made available through the Rural Development Programme for England, which is jointly funded by Defra and the European Union. A full programme of the festival events can be found from 1st May at http://www.artinthepark.org.uk/eastpeakoutdoors and tweets about the event will be tagged with #EPOutdoors. For further information, please contact Cassie Kill on email at cassie@artinthepark.org.uk.
  10. Hello all! Art in the Park have been very busy and we've some great events coming up for February that are all free and open to all. Penistone Poetry and Craft Day At St’s John’s Church, Penistone from 1-5pm on Saturday 16th February there will be a Poetry and Craft Day. Celebrate the launch of a poetry pamphlet from this year’s Villages group with readings by Rob Hindle, Julie Mellor and the Penistone Poets (including graduates from the Villages Project 2010-11) and enjoy a Japanese tea ceremony led by the performance artist Becky Bowley. https://www.facebook.com/events/135527629944966/ Denby Dale Art and Crafts Day Art in the Park and the two local art groups are hosting an Arts and Crafts Day at the Denby Dale Methodist Church, Cumberworth Lane, HD8 8QS, on Saturday 16th February 1 - 4 pm. Join us for textiles activities and an exhibition of photography and textiles works. There will also be live music and free soup and snacks. Bring a camera and come along on a photography walk setting off at 2pm led by a photographer and the local group. Entry is free and all are welcome. https://www.facebook.com/events/518114871544869 Bradfield End of Course Exhibition Come and see Bradfield art works from the Art in the Park Villages Project at an exhibition of prints, paintings, drawings, decorative arts and group collaborations at Bradfield Village Hall on Friday 15th February from 7-9 pm https://www.facebook.com/events/334549519994279/ Burngreave Art Exhibition The children of Burngreave Art Club have been working with Art in the Parks team of professional artists to produce works of art work for an exhibition with free art activities and food. Its on Wednesday 20th February from 1 - 4 pm so why not come over during the half term week? https://www.facebook.com/events/139585346201257/
  11. If you're looking for something to do this half term why not come along to our free performance workshops in Jordanthorpe on Monday 29th October, 10-3pm and Tuesday 30th October 10:30-4:30pm at Meadowhead Christian Fellowship, Dyche Lane, S8 8DX. Participants will be rehearsing for a flashmob community performance taking place on Saturday 3rd November in the open spaces by Jordanthorpe shops. The workshops are being led by professional drama teachers and everyone is invited to take part, regardless of previous acting experience. For more information please see our event page or give us a call on 0114 2686813 to book a place. http://www.facebook.com/events/181210985348849/
  12. Lowedges, Batemoor and Jordanthorpe Theatre Project An outdoor theatre project is being developed in Lowedges, Batemoor and Jordanthorpe to bring generations and local communities together. The event marks the past year’s success of the somewhereto_ project which has worked with 16-25 year olds across the country. The flashmob rehearsals are open to anyone who wants to do something different and get involved with their local community. Everyone, young and old, is then encouraged to get involved when the piece is performed on 3rd November, which will also involve professional actors. The flashmob performance will take place on Saturday 3rd November (11.00am – 1.00pm) in the open spaces and underpass by Jordanthorpe shops (Dyche Lane). Rehearsals for the project are free to attend and are open to all ages. They will take place on 29th October (10.00am-3.00pm) and 30th October (12.30pm-4.30pm). The venue will be Meadowhead Christian Fellowship, Unit 3, Jordanthorpe Centre, Dyche Lane, Sheffield S8 8DX Anyone wishing to get involved should email luisa@artinthepark.org.uk or call 0114 268 6813 to book a place.
  13. As a development of our Shakespeare Sonnets project we will be running two 4-hour workshops (open access, drop-in) in Ponderosa Park, facilitated by Cathy Shrank with Art in the Park’s professional writers and artists. This will explore sonnets which evoke strong visual images (e.g. ageing, landscapes). Using textiles, painting, digital cameras and recycled materials, participants will create artwork responding to these sonnets. Participants will also be encouraged to respond to these visual images, creating their own writing. The process will end in a circular walk in the Ponderosa led by a writer and artist, exploring the art, words and film from the previous workshops. Words will play through mp3 players and participants from the workshops will read their works along the route. Participants will be encouraged to further creation of words and art, using the walk as inspiration. The first two sessions (Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd September, 12-4pm each day) will allow the public to work with an academic, an artist and a writer to explore sonnets with dramatic visual imagery and make new creative work in response, using words and images. The final session on Saturday 29th September 12-4pm will see work from the first two days exhibited around the park, alongside artwork, writing and sound produced in previous workshops with young people, older people in sheltered housing and long term NHS service users.
  14. Following the success of last year’s ‘Villages of Poetry’ event, Art in the Park is back in the East Peak area to provide another series of free art and writing classes for adults. As part of it, we will be running a photography class. It starts on the week commencing on the 10th of September and lasts for 7 weeks (there might be opportunities to extend the classes, depending on attendance levels). The sessions will be held on Tuesdays from 5 till 7 pm in Denby Dale Methodist Church, Cumberworth Lane, Denby Dale, Huddersfield, HD8 8QS. All materials will be provided as well as hot drinks. If you want to attend, booking is required. Just call 0114 2686813 or give us an email at artinthepark.admin@gmail.com and leave us your full name, email address and phone number.
  15. Following the success of last year’s ‘Villages of Poetry’ event, Art in the Park is back in the East Peak area to provide another series of free art and writing classes for adults. We will be running two art classes. Both start on the week commencing on the 10th of September and last for 7 weeks (there might be opportunities to extedn the classes, depending on attendance levels). One will be held on Thursdays from 2 till 4 pm at Denby Dale Methodist Church, Cumberworth Lane, Denby Dale, Huddersfield, HD8 8QS and will focus on textiles and dying techniques. The other will be held on Saturdays from 2 till 4 pm in St John's Church Penistone, Penistone, South Yorkshire, S36 6AR and will focus on collage, mixed media and 3D art. All materials will be provided as well as hot drinks. If you want to attend, booking is required. Just call 0114 2686813 or give us an email at artinthepark.admin@gmail.com and leave us your full name, email address and phone number.
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