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Phase two of arts project set for launch

Performers at A Night of Festivals organised by Transported Arts which launches its second phase of activities this weekend.

Performers at A Night of Festivals organised by Transported Arts which launches its second phase of activities this weekend.

A new range of opportunities for people to get involved in the arts will be unveiled in South Holland this weekend.

Transported Arts, a £2.6 million project to promote artistic and creative activities in the area, kicks off its second phase with a trio of workshops.

Electric Egg, a video, photography and animation workshop, is on Friday at Long Sutton Library, Trafalgar Square, from 9.30am until 11.30am and at Donington Library, High Street, between 1.30pm and 3.30pm.

Meanwhile on Saturday, professional theatre mask maker Stephen Jon hosts a Masks from Around the World workshop at Spalding Library at 10.30am and 1.30pm.

The workshops are part of Transported Arts’ Open Book strand, one of 11 separate areas around which the project is organising activities and events for South Holland and Boston.

The strands were decided on after a five-month consultation process with the public to find out what their views were on arts provision across the two districts.

Brenda Bainbridge, director of South Holland Libraries, said: “We have been extremely fortunate to collaborate with the Transported Arts project team for events in South Holland libraries during 2013.

“We are looking forward to working with the team again as part of the Open Book strand to offer exciting arts experiences within our library settings.”

To book, call Rosie Lesurf on 07747 271820 or email TransportedRosie@litc.org.uk.

 

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