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The Storm Cone

01/07/21 – 01/07/25

Laura Daly’s The Storm Cone is a new immersive AR (Augmented Reality) app that unearths lost bandstands and their buried past. This site-specific spatial sound installation traces lost bandstands in England, using geo-locative and immersive technologies. It’s commissioned by Metal for NetPark, the world’s first digital park, and the University of Salford in Manchester for Peel Park and can be experienced in both locations. The Storm Cone by Laura Daly is an immersive artwork that considers our intrinsic relationship with…

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Netpark Wellbeing: Dementia Groups

04/10/21 – 31/12/21

This is an on-going group for people living with dementia, participants can join in person at the art school or join us via Zoom to make art for two hours.

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Netpark Wellbeing: Digital Art Group

11/10/21 – 27/12/21

This is a eleven-week course, led by an experienced art & wellbeing facilitator who is incredibly patient and can help with any beginners and people who have knowledge of digital art.

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NetPark Wellbeing: Journaling Group

12/10/21 – 28/12/21

This eleven-week journal group will show you how to use a journal to undertake art wellbeing activities. This includes drawing, doodling, writing, photographing, and collaging.

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Netpark Wellbeing: Yoga, Art and Trauma Education Group

13/10/21 – 29/12/21

This eleven-week course involves 50 minutes of yoga with a trained and qualified yoga therapist and teacher followed by art making and gentle trauma related psychoeducation.

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Netpark Wellbeing: Art and Wellbeing

13/10/21 – 29/12/21

This eleven-week course involves using different art materials; paint, felt tips, colouring pencils, collage materials, digital art to create art for personal wellbeing.

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Green Light: An immersive focus on Climate Change

31/10/21 – 07/11/21 Free

As part of BFI special film event ‘Green Light: An immersive focus on Climate Change‘, Nine Earths will be presented at BFI Southbank. For one week, BFI will build a bridge between BFI Southbank in London and Glasgow, to remind us that climate change is not only about science, it’s really about stories and the people behind it. Invite from BFI: “Over the last few years, immersive storytelling has changed the way we can engage with certain topics. Taking the…

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SOUTHEND: Introduction to Printmaking

05/11/21 – 19/11/21

The course explores making original fine prints in Linocut, Monotype and Woodcut, using traditional ‘printing by hand’ methods.You will be introduced to artists techniques and given help and guidance with printing your art work.

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Call out for young creatives in Peterborough

15/11/21 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Free

Are you a young person interested and curious about performance? Want to create your own festival in Peterborough?

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Nine Earths: ‘The Future in Balance? After Cop 26’

20/11/21 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Free

“A better world doesn’t begin with me, but with all of us” Rutger Bregman: ‘Humankind: A Hopeful History’ Our journey towards bold climate action is at a critical moment. For the past 12 months audiovisual collective D-Fuse have developed Nine Earths – a unique environmental documentary that explores the relationship between everyday events and humanity’s excessive demand for the Earth’s resources. Nine Earths is a British Council Creative Commission for COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow. The project…

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Liverpool Black Culture Archive – Yore Lens on L8 Michelle Peterkin-Walker

09/12/21 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Join former residency artist Michelle Peterkin Walker on @MetalLiverpool Instagram live to find out more about her project ‘Yore Lens on L8’ and how local artists are developing new Black cultural archives in Liverpool.

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