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There is a growing divide in donations to the arts between London and the rest of England, according to a new report published by Arts & Business.
Voters are more convinced by 'art for art's sake' than any economic argument for public spending on the Arts - but even more are unconvinced either way.
These are for people working children and young people in Lewisham with arts related activities
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A BBC Radio 4 programme
As part of the My Deptford weekend we will be building on Southbank Centre’s ‘Festival Maker’ programme for young people and recruiting young people from Deptford and the surrounding areas to participant in the weekend.
This summer Enclave Projects and Deptford Film Club are running an 'invitation-only' film club screening popular entertainment movies from Africa and Asia.
From 1 July 2013 the application and assessment process for Grants for the arts will be changing in order to help Arts Council England streamline their investment process.
The new Cultural and Community Development Service has been created through the reorganisation of staff within the Community & Neighbourhood Development Division and Arts Development Team, Sports and Physical Activity Team and Leisure Teams from Cultural Services Division.
The second annual London Creativity and Wellbeing Week will take place from 17 - 22 June 2013.
Information and links to Art and Design component
School workshops as part of Hyperlink: A free festival of art, music and fashion in The Tanks at Tate Modern April 2013.
From 22 April 2013 charities can sign up to make repayment claims electronically
A range of free Safeguarding Children courses geared to help you improve and review your existing practice.
For the second year running, London Arts in Health Forum will continue the week of dedicated activities
the new principal music subject association.
This new hub is an exciting network of organisations working together to improve and support access to music for young people age 5 to 18 in Lewisham.
Following weeks of campaigning, attending assemblies, youth clubs and promoting at popular locations, including lewisham shopping centre, the votes have been counted and verified and 16-year-old Jamel Higgins has become the new Young Mayor of Lewisham.