We caught up with our delivery artists over January and heard about their exciting freelance work.
Look out for: Illustrator Bob Moulder's graphic novel coming later in the year
Textile artist Dawn Campion's new sewing machine art that takes digital photos and turns them into embroidery!
It’s fab-ewe-lous news for Derby, as the Derby Telegraph offer their support to the Derby Ram Trail.
The Derby Telegraph will work closely with Derby Museums to help promote the Derby Ram Trail, coming to Derby in May this year.
The free discovery trail will run from 27 May to 22 August 2021, when 30 stunning 5ft Ram sculptures, each designed and painted by a different artist, will be dotted all over the city.
A wide range of businesses have successfully kick-started a special appeal launched by Derbyshire’s specialist child exploitation charity Safe and Sound.
Safe and Sound have teamed up with Derby-based personalised gift company Colleague Box to create a bespoke ‘Hope Box’ for local young people and families who they work with.
Family-owned funeral directors Wathall’s, whose bereavement support programme has attracted several regional and national awards, has launched a new service to help employers better understand and support colleagues who have lost a loved one.
The new online training programme has been developed by the Wathall’s bereavement support and counselling team and is run by the company’s trained facilitators.
Tony Fisher is a photographic artist based in Riddings near Alfreton. Tony describes his work as “looking through the lens and capturing what I see – transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary, seizing the moment.”
This blog is the forth in our #WINDOWONTHEWORLD series which offers a platform to artists who are using creativity to shine a light on the experiences of those who are most vulnerable.
Lytisha Tunbridge is an experienced workshop facilitator having lead sessions for Nottingham Writers Studio, University of Nottingham and NTU. Join her for these fortnightly intimate zoom sessions for lunch time tasters.
Booking now for Thursday Lite Bites at lunchtime.
Friendship group, Derbyshire Peak Oddfellows is inviting anyone struggling with the impact of spending increasing time alone to join them at one of their regular free online social events.
The group has a diary of upcoming Zoom events, which they can send out to anyone should they get in touch. Some of its public local and national events include:
Every Wednesday at 11am: National Cuppa and Chat, meeting ID: 988 3920 7187
Every Thursday at 2pm: Just-for-fun Thursdays, meeting ID: 988 3920 7187
Love poetry? Whether you enjoy reading, writing, or listening to poetry, or you want to find out more about exciting new forms such as poetry film, we have an event for you!
It is with deep sadness we announce the death of our dear friend and founding President Mick Peat after a short illness.
Mick left us on January 22nd. We extend our sympathy and love to his wife Celia, his family, and his countless friends across the world of music.
The news has hit the folk music community hard, and tributes have been pouring in from all over the country and beyond, many praising Mick’s kindness, generosity of spirit and guidance in their own musical careers.