Three Million Pound Boost to City's Cultural Economy By Michelle Dee
Creative industries in Hull will be celebrating tonight at the announcement of a three million pound grant from Arts Council England.
The Creative People and Places program was set up to aid more people to experience and be inspired by the arts irrespective of where they live or their social background.
Hull's bid aims to build upon existing arts provision while finding new ways to engage people in arts and culture activities.
Hull City Council’s Portfolio Holder for Leisure and Culture, Councillor Terry Geraghty, said: Well done to Hull's voluntary, community and arts
sectors for coming together to make this possible and with thanks to the Arts Council for investing in Hull's culture.
This award will help the growing cultural economy and provide a real boost for Hull's City of Culture Bid.
The programme will be managed by a consortium of organisations including Artlink, Hull Truck Theatre, Volcom, Hull City Council and
Hull and East Yorkshire Community Foundation.
Arts Council England announced 11 successful bids in the Creative People and Places program totalling just over £18 million over the next three years.
Between 2010 and 2015, the Arts Council will invest £1.9 billion of public money from government and an estimated £1.1 billion from the National Lottery to help create these experiences for as many people across the country.
News - Former BAE SYSTEMS Brough employee to reinvent the fishing trip
A new website aims to become the definitive website for the fishing community.
www.fishingadviser.co.uk was launched by a Brough-based businessman, Martin Credland on 1st May with a passion to reinvent the way that people plan and organise their fishing trips.
The site will become realised with the help of Martin's project partner Breon Snowdon of Real Design Studios of Hull who is providing specialist design and website support.
News, Arts - Dale Theatre Company presents New Hull Drama Double Bill at The New Adelphi from Wednesday 15 May 2013
Two new Hull plays that pack an entertaining, emotional punch will open in the city during May.
One act plays; A Delicate Man, by Beverley writer Joanna Morris and 7Iron, by Hull-based Julian Woodford
premiere at the New Adelphi on May 15 for a limited run, along with new music by local songwriter Martin Clappison.
'A Delicate Man is about a brilliant, creative academic who ends up homeless and unable to live within
News, Arts - Neil Cook Digital Photographer - One of A Kind Casting a digital eye over the city of Hull
I can't recall the first time I noticed Neil Cook's images on my newsfeed, but for the past half year I've enjoyed a steady stream of
city-views, urban landscapes and quieter, introspective photographic studies.
The city of Hull has many familiar landmarks, whether it is the iconic Humber Bridge; the jutting prow of The Deep;
the Wren-inspired domes on City Hall or the Queens Court Fountain radiating outwards.
News, Arts Write to Speak presents Northern Elements with Kate Fox - Sunday 3rd March 2013 at Fruit
An evening of spoken word featuring a headline set from Radio 4 Saturday Live regular
Kate Fox, Write to Speak presents: Northern Elements is part of a pioneering Arts Council initiative to develop spoken word throughout the North.
Produced in conjunction with Fruit and the ARC in Stockton-on-Tees, this special show is part of a series of events that will be taking place at different venues throughout the North during March.
News, Arts New Media: Old Ideas Collide On Six Degrees of Harry Campaign By Michelle Dee
Hull based Film company One For Courage Productionsare using converging marketing techniques to raise awareness and promote their debut Short Film, Harry's Ransom.
The promotion campaign for the film is called Six Degrees of Harryand uses real life and online connectivity to generate interest
in the new work scheduled for release in Spring 2013.
News, Arts Lucy Beaumont Wins Top Comedy Award By Michelle Dee
Lucy Beaumont from Hull has won BBC Radio 2 New Comedy Award 2012: the nationwide search to find the best new stand-up comedy talent in the UK.
The heats for the annual competition were held in venues across the country between August and October 2012. Lucy Beaumont made it all the way to the finals
held at the Grand Theatre, Blackpool.
News, Arts - Hard Rhymes and Great Exclamations at The Humber Mouth Literature Festival 2012 - 23rd June 2012 to 7th July 2012
Fresh Ink and Write to Speak in association with Hull City Council, Hull Truck, Fruit and thisisUll.com present:
Hard Rhymes and Great Exclamations is a series of spoken word events and workshops that will take
place between 23rd June and 7th July at the Humber Mouth Literature Festival 2012.
Featuring performances from punk poetry pioneer, John Cooper Clarke, American bard of the factory
worker, Fred VossRead more...
News, Arts - Poetry/Spoken Word - Hard Rhymes and Great Exclamations Performance Poetry Workshops
Calling all poets...
Would you like to take part in a bold series of poetry events as part of the Humber Mouth Literature festival?
Would you like the opportunity to perform your work at Hull Truck?
Would you like the opportunity to see your work published?
Fresh Ink and Write to Speak present: Hard Rhymes and Great Exclamations,
an ambitious poetry initiative to encourage a new generation of spoken word talent.
News, Arts - Poetry/Spoken Word - Tuesday 26 June - Dreadlockalien School Slam Workshop at Hull Truck Inter@ct
As part of The Humber Mouth Literature Festival, Hard Rhymes and Great Exclamations
invites local primary schools to attend the Dreadlockalien School Slam Workshop at Hull Truck Inter@ct
.We are seeking to engage with groups of Year 5 pupils, along with a teacher from each participating school.
A special one-off event designed to introduce Hull schools to slam poetry in education, and delivered by