We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be running outreach media sessions at Derby Quad on the first Tuesday of the month.
We’ll be at Quad from 10am-2pm on the following dates:
Tuesday 12 November 2013
Tuesday 10 December 2013
Tuesday 21 January 2014
Tuesday 11 February 2014
Tuesday 11 March 2014
So, come and meet the team over coffee and find out how you can make and share short films, audio shorts and blogs about you, your community, and the issues that mean something to you.
To book a session or for more information contact the team on 01332 346266 email firstname.lastname@example.org
or find us on twitter @derbyeye
The Citizens’ Eye Derby team were invited to film aspects of Festé 2013. Festé is an international arts festival that takes place in Derby. It brings internationally recognised artists to the streets of Derby in September each year.
Festé is organised by a consortium of four local arts providers in the city; Derby Quad, DEDA, Derby Live and Derby Theatre. It is funded by Without Walls, a national street arts consortium funded by the Arts Council.
Alex Rock from Quad explains what Festé is and why it’s important for the people and diverse communities of Derby.
Local arts groups have the opportunity to share the billing too. Our team spent time following two local community dance groups who were involved in Festé; Hoverla, a Ukrainian dance ensemble, and Surtal Arts, a South Asian Arts dance development agency. We wanted to understand how and why they were involved, and what being involved in Festé means to Hoverla and Surtal Arts, and members of the Ukrainian and South Asian Arts communities.
For more information about Derby Festé visit www.derbyfeste.com