You are probably all immersed in the superb range of NEAT11 activities, but if you do have some spare time or want to look a bit beyond the 12 June ending, we have some ideas:
If you are interested in electronic music and want to see wield a soldering iron yourself, you might like the Hackspace activity next Tuesday, 14 June: Build a Vibrati Punk Console. Details from their website.
If that idea is too crazy, perhaps you should get “in touch” with your own stupidity at the Idiot School, weekend of 16/17 July, at a cost of £65. They say:
Defying Gravity is a weekend workshop for adults to explore their own ridiculousness through contemporary clowning & physical comedy.
If your Robin Hood affection extends to Lincoln Green, you might be interested in being part of “Frequency 2011 – Lincoln Festival of Digital Culture” which will see that city “become an interactive sensory playground that transforms how we think and feel about digital art.” This will be curated by the Nottingham based Threshold, and if you want to take part, they would love to hear your proposal. Forms and further information are on the their website – the deadline for applications is 15 July.
We are not so modest here that we would miss the chance to tell you about Nott Tuesday, 7 June, which will include our own @charlotteart with @kukuapps, talking about the Creative Nottingham Iphone App. As we said in February, the Creative Nottingham App is available to download from the iTunes store and it’s completely FREE! You’d be an idiot not to try it.