News: Artists

Vickie Beesley writes about the My City workshops exploring ideas about cities we live in.

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Our My City partners have won an award for their work with children.

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Clare talks here about her first couple of months in post in her residency with Paisley Arts Centre and Imaginate.

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Meet our new Artist in Residence in partnership with Paisley Arts Centre/Renfrewshire Leisure and hear about her love of scones!

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Caroline's amazing list of resources, talks to watch and things to do and think about.....

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A manifesto (of sorts) by Caroline Bowditch

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Caroline writes about a series of questions and topics that came up during Weren't you expecting me?

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Caroline reflects on her second Devil's Advocate discussion event as part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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Caroline Bowditch talks about the first Devil's Advocate discussion event at Edinburgh International Children's Festival 2017.

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Caroline Bowditch talks about establishing a 'baby board' to create her first piece for young audiences.

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The first of a series of blogs by Caroline Bowditch who spent a year with us exploring the lack of visibly disabled performers in performance work targeted at young audiences.

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Jonathan Lloyd (Artistic Director, Solar Bear) reflects on his experience of taking part in the PUSH Migration Lab.

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Our Creative Director Fiona Ferguson was invited to speak at the FETEN showcase in Asturias, Spain and gives a quick summary of her visit.

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Paul Fitzpatrick, Chief Executive of Imaginate, celebrates World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People with a blog about the importance of children as audience.

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Imaginate's statement following Creative Scotland's decision to reverse funding.

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Imaginate has won the prestigious International Award of The Stage magazine.

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Our statement about Creative Scotland's funding and how it is affecting the children's theatre sector.

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Julia McGhee talks about her week residency at the Work Room, part of her Interactive Experiments project. The residency was planned as a time to reflect, to review, to invite other artists into the studio to experience the ideas she had been working with and gain their insight into what had been achieved so far.

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“Creativity needs trust to flourish. Learn each other’s worlds. Build the art in a way that demonstrates you know their world” Anne Basting

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For the second part of the FRAMES residency I wanted to go bolder, include more of the pupils and have more visual impact on the school environment. This was inspired by my trip to Milwaukee (as part of my Churchill Fellowship) to spend time with the incredible Anne Basting of Timeslips.

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