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Cultural Enterprise e-bulletin for 9 June 2003.     

Paola Cavallin Workshop

Classification - Training

A few places are still available on this one-week half mask workshop with Paola Cavallin. Using mask, physicality and improvisation the workshop is an ideal introduction to this highly influential Italian theatre tradition.

The course is at Chats Palace Arts Centre in Hackney, and runs from 16/06/03
until 20/06/03 12.00 - 16.00 daily, cost is 100 for the weeks course.

The course is aimed at those with some performance experience looking to develop their knowledge of this increasingly popular and relevant physical theatre form.

Tutor Paola Cavallin has worked extensively with half mask. Paola is a renowned workshop leader in London And Italy, most recently tutoring at the International Workshop festival.

Contact Info:
Nick Reed, Centre Director Chats Palace Arts Centre, 42-44 Brooksby's Walk, Hackney
London E9 6DF
tel: 020 8533 0227
fax: 020 8985 6878 <>

No Deadline

Valleys Arts Marketing courses

Classification - Training

Valleys Arts Marketing are running the following training courses during the second half of 2003. All training is delivered by recognised Arts Management Professionals and is explicitly tailored to the Arts and Cultural sectors :

Grants, Fundraising and Sponsorship - led by Rick Bond
For those who need to raise funds and have had no formal fundraising experience.
Wednesday 24th September

Realistic Research - led by Joanna Sargeant
Learn how to implement quality marketing research
Wednesday 8th October

All the courses are held at the Bryngarw House Country Park.

Costs: One Day Course 115 (+VAT); Two Day Course 215 (+VAT)

Contact Info:
Valleys Arts Marketing, Lower Park Lodge, Glan Road, Aberdare, RCT, CF44 8BN
tel: 01685 884247
fax: 01685 884249

No Deadline

The Partnership Fund

Classification - Funding

The Partnership Fund is a Government funded grant award scheme designed to improve employer-employee relationships, workplace productivity and job satisfaction. Projects for support under the Fund are invited on a competitive basis during fixed rounds. Organisations could be looking at partnerships for the first time or building on existing efforts.

The grant scheme offers up to 50% funding of eligible projects that are looking to adopt partnership approaches. The applicants must meet the remainder of the costs and the maximum grant available is 50,000.

Companies, business intermediaries including employer federations, trade unions and other employee representatives, trade associations, Business Links, Learning and Skills Councils (or equivalents), public sector bodies and charities are all eligible to apply. Bids can come from an individual workplace submitting a project between the employer (or their representatives) and employees (or their representatives); a trade union working with the employer/employees or a Business Link or LSC (or equivalent) working with a business or organisation. There is no set number or combination of partners. The Fund is available to organisations in England, Scotland and Wales.

Contact Info:
helpline: 020 7804 8044
email: <>
web: <>

Deadline Date - 31st July 2003
How to build Creative Intelligence

Classification - Training

How to build creative intelligence is a one day workshop offering the opportunity to realise creative potential, and to help others be more creative. During the day participants will learn about creative intelligence, how to build it and about how people create well within teams.
The content is based on Philippa Davies book Eureka:building Creative Intelligence to be published in 2004, by Hodder Headline

Two workshops will be held in Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road Cardiff on the following dates:
13 June 2003
27 June 2003

The workshop will take place between 10.00am and 4.00pm. The fee, which includes lunch and handouts will be 100 plus VAT, 117.50 in total.

For more information and to book a place contact:

Contact Info:
Philippa Davies, getupandgrow, 13 Marine Parade, Penarth, South Glamorgan CF64 3BG
tel: 029 20 705723
Fax: 029 20 705724
email: <>
website: <>
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