August 2015 France

Artslink international is an occasional series of arts and cultural magazines produced by participants and collaborators with Charnwood Arts.  The magazines both reflect and initiate new connections between Charnwood, Leicester(shire) and other locations around the globe.

Artslink ITALY 1

Artslink international is an occasional series of arts and cultural magazines produced by participants and collaborators with Charnwood Arts.  The magazines both reflect and initiate new connections between Charnwood, Leicester(shire) and other locations around the globe.

Artslink ITALY 2

Artslink international is an occasional series of arts and cultural magazines produced by participants and collaborators with Charnwood Arts.  The magazines both reflect and initiate new connections between Charnwood, Leicester(shire) and other locations around the globe.

Artslink TAIWAN

Artslink international is an occasional series of arts and cultural magazines produced by participants and collaborators with Charnwood Arts.  The magazines both reflect and initiate new connections between Charnwood, Leicester(shire) and other locations around the globe.

August 2017 UK – France

Artslink international is an occasional series of arts and cultural magazines produced by participants and collaborators with Charnwood Arts.  The magazines both reflect and initiate new connections between Charnwood, Leicester(shire) and other locations around the globe.

Artslink Czechia. Colours of Ostrava 2019

Artslink international is an occasional series of arts and cultural magazines produced by participants and collaborators with Charnwood Arts.  The magazines both reflect and initiate new connections between Charnwood, Leicester(shire) and other locations around the globe.

THE WAY WE MOVE - INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY ARTS FESTIVAL- 2017

The International Community Arts Festival (ICAF) began in 2001, when Rotterdam was European Capital of Culture. The organizers of this high-profile event had offered some funds to the Rotterdams Wijktheater [‘Rotterdam Neighborhood Theatre’, RWT for short] to organize an international community theatre festival. It was a time when, in the Netherlands, terms like cultural diversity and participation in the arts had begun to appear in arts policy papers and in cultural debates.

 

HERBERT SCHOFIELD AND LOUGHBOROUGH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE'S INSTRUCTIONAL FACTORY

Loughborough Technical Institute was established by the County Education Committee in 1909 to provide day and evening classes in science, technology and art for local workers.

 

Headed by its principal - Mr S C Laws - and two full-time members of staff, the college was housed in the small block of rooms on the corner of Ashby Road and Greenclose Lane which had previously been a library and administrative offices for Loughborough Corporation.

 

COTTON"S OF LOUGHBOROUGH

As one of our first projects for this second incarnation of People Making Places, Charnwood Arts worked with octogenarian Dennis Powdrill to help him produce a book about the firm where he had spent the bulk of his working life.

 

Dennis was no stranger to People Making Places as he contributed photographs and video work to the first major website we created between 2000 and 2003. This book (also available in print) concerns the origination, growth and decline of a major industrial innovation from its invention in Loughborough to worldwide impact.

 

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