This Week at Impact Arts...(15.07.14)
On a gloriously sunny day today in Edinburgh, we officially broke the record for first day starts on Gallery 37 with 52 young people arriving at the National Museum to begin this summers Urban Fringe journey!
Find out about G37 and how to get involved here.
The members of Whiteinch Craft Café visited Dumfries House where we were stunned by the beauty of the place the precious possessions inside. The group stood next to an original Chippendale cabinet estimated at 34 million pounds! We were not allowed to take cameras into the house but here are the Craft Cafe members relaxing with tea and scones in the stable block after the tour and enjoying the impressive trees in the grounds.
CFC Animation Project
This week the project had visitors from Celtic to take photos of the activities for the Celtic View paper. Celtic FC are delighted with the work on the project from the Impact Arts team and a launch of the exhibition will be held on the 29th July. The Impact Arts tutors who have been involved in the project will be attending to help the children celebrate their achievement!Creative Pathways Edinburgh
The Set Designers have been working extremely hard this week, making 5000 bricks for the Fringe show. They also went to go see some architecture on Wednesday afternoon for inspiration!
This week our costume designers have been designing and creating beautiful masks for our upcoming Fringe Show.
The performance team have been practicing for the Fringe Show. The play is a humorous and exciting story that they have developed themselves. Buy tickets here!
Jobs at Impact Arts
The deadline for our tutor positions are coming up fast. If you want to apply, better get your skates on! Find out about the jobs here.
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The team at Impact Arts work hard to secure over £1.5m of funding per year to provide life changing creative experiences for more than 5000 people.
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