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Links Roundup: Vocal Options

 

Logo for the NTU showcase of MA Art and Design

Logo for the NTU showcase of MA Art and Design

The Master Degree programme at Nottingham Trent’s Art and Design school is currently exhibiting this year’s work under the title Maximum Expo 2010.  It is open for a few more days, so hurry down to the Bonnington Building on Dryden Street.  And don’t forget to look at the work of our recent guest blogger, Gill Williamson!

On Wednesday evening, at 7pm at the Lakeside Arts Centre at the University, there will be the launch of a regional network “to support the solo artist, to influence policy-makers and to explore the making of an artists’ voice.”  Supported by the Arts Council, it is free, but registration is required at The Artists’ Voice.

And if your voice is in fine fettle, why not enter the Corporation Bus’ search for a new voice on the Go2 routes 77 to Strelley and 45 to Gedling, the recorded “stop” announcements, that is.  If your voice is chosen, you get a free year on the buses, presumably not limited to the 77 and 45.  Deadline is 23 July for your sample recordings.

If you are searching for your voice as a writer, why not see how some local playwrights have done? Nottingham Playhouse is doing a series of free summer readings, including this Thursday, 22 July, at 6.30pm when five Notts writers will be featured:

A special one-off performance featuring five playwrights from in and around Nottinghamshire, performing short plays about the places they grew up in. The playwrights chosen to present their work at Nottingham Playhouse are: Leah Chillery, James Graham, Laura Lomas, Mufaro Makubika and Beth Steel.

Finally, if your voice wants to shout about culture, or at least blog about it, think about applying to blog for us!  Details in our Jobs section.