A New Look!
If you're a regular visitor to our website, you can see we have made a few changes. Please bare with us while we continue to populate the site with exciting articles, events and news.
Truth Of Transience
Full Circle Arts is pleased to present a season of original artwork and writing for Digi Commissions that explores ideas around metamorphosis. Metamorphosis can be a sudden change or gradual process happening on a timescale much longer than our own short lifespan. It involves transformation of form or nature, happening on scales from the minute […]
Disability arts and the digital inclusion agenda
The basic premise of the UK's 'digital inclusion agenda' is “we're all better off when everyone's online”, which is the tagline of the government-approved Race Online 2012 campaign.
Digital Access to Culture
Today, internet technologies and digital media are fast changing the face of the world. They strongly impact on the way we interact, exchange information, seek knowledge and engage with culture.
Hello, world! | art and the Cloud
This article was originally published on the Digi Commissions website as part of the Truth of Transience programme. For more original artworks and essays commissioned by Full Circle Arts please visit the Digi Commissions website. The original essay is below. Hello, world! | art and the Cloud By Kevin Burns It’s really important not […]
Beginners Creative Writing, £39, Creative Writing the Artist’s Way
Tutored by Lancaster MA and PhD Graduate, Sarah Dobbs, author of Killing Daniel. Nominated for the Guardian's Not the Booker Prize.
Freelance Festival Programme Coordinator
Didsbury Arts Festival is seeking a Programme Coordinator to assist the Festival Director in delivering the nine-day programme taking place in June 2015
Programme Coordinator, Brewery Arts Centre
Set in the amazing Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal on the outskirts of the Lake District, we have a wonderful opportunity to be part of this vibrant arts centre
Collaboration and development emerging artists opportunity, They Eat Culture
They Eat Culture (TEC) are seeking emerging/early career artists from any discipline to develop work for a Sci-Fi themed curated scratch night at the Ferret as part of their current project: Future Preston Tours.
12 Nights is an adaptation of W. Shakespeare’s Twelfth Nights, Mcr Shakespeare Co
12 Nights tells the story of Horsina Pilton, a rich, successful businesswoman, desperately lovesick for the dishy film actor Oliver De Tabloids who is holed up in the penthouse suite of the Mancia Pilton Hotel
Touchable Memories BY BUCCANEER
Touchable Memories is a social experiment where we give technology an innovative application
The Sensory War 1914-2014
This exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery marks the centenary of the beginning of WW1. It is an unflinching artist’s eye view of war from 1914 to today.
The City Speaks
Chas de Swiet, Julie McNamara 8th Nov 2014 – 11th Jan 2015 Liverpool has a rich and contradictory history, everybody here has a story. You can’t walk the streets of Liverpool without somebody telling you theirs! The City Speaks is an exciting new podcast produced by sound artist Chas de Swiet for DaDaFest International 2014. […]
[title of show] comes to Lantern Theatre Liverpool, What We Did Next
What We Did Next is back this autumn with the brilliant musical comedy [title of show] at Lantern Theatre Liverpool from 27-29 November. Following the theatre company’s sell-out production of Carousel in June, audiences should prepare for laugh out loud moments, gorgeous harmonies and a witty script. Tony award nominated [title of show] follows two […]
Everything Everything presents: Chaos to Order
10th – 15th November, Manchester Central Library Every day from 10th – 15th November, internationally acclaimed band Everything Everything take over Manchester Central Library as they present Chaos To Order, a week of curated events and experiments which challenge perceptions and test the limits of what a 21st century library can be. “As a band […]
Shape Gallery at Westfield Stratford will host ‘[in]visible’ from 24 October to 17 January – an open exhibition supported by renowned artist Yinka Shonibare MBE (RA), displaying artworks responding to the entitled theme. Featuring 2D, 3D and video by both disabled and non-disabled artists, the exhibits featured are hugely diverse in style and inspiration. Expect […]