Interesting news for arts infrastructure and development in the area… Let’s watch this space -
I hope for some exciting fresh, accessible, engaging, high quality, imaginative and inspiring ideas and actions over the next 3 years that will hopefully make more people feel the benefit of what arts can do.
And in 3 years time lets hope that people can look back and say they felt it was a good use of money – because inevitably, in the current climate, people will think that this is a lot of cash, so the projects will probably come under quite a bit of scrutiny from the media and those who need convincing by art in general.
Well done to everyone in the consortium for getting this cash , this could potentially be a brilliant and brave new step for Stoke on Trent…. and good luck!
And if anyone reading this (you) gets a chance to be involved- get involved, money like this doesn’t come by that often
It’s the second season of Park Live!
Park Live! presents musical and artistic activities in Hanley Park . Park Live! is an ideal opportunity to take a journey through Hanley park to get to know other bands from the area and present creativity to people who live in Stoke-on-Trent.
Judyta is helping gathering together people who want to be involved …
Our aim is to give a platform for artists to perform, and to show people from Stoke the diversity ofmusic in the region. We want to give local people the possibility to discover Hanley Park in a new way.
Last year we focused on events on the bandstand -pure live music without electricity and effects. Local artists performed on the bandstand in Hanley Park. This year we want to present local musicians and bands spread about the park.
We invite you to participate in that event. It will take place 11th March.
Park live! has a very limited budget. Therefore we would like you to consider if it will be possible for your band to play unpaid? We may be able to pay towards your expenses.
Get in touch with Judyta, Penny and and the gang if you are interested on 01782 294540 or email email@example.com
If you can’t play a single instrument and are completely tone deaf … don’t worry, us non-musically gifted folks can just go along on March 11th to have a great day out - enjoying watching what’s happening