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Photo credit: Neville Campbell, Dance City Random Acts
NGCV is inviting expressions of interest for a freelance Marketing Manager role with The Insider project, a groundbreaking shared data and collaborative audience development project, which is poised to relaunch in July 2016.
Our latest independent Economic Impact Assessment demonstrates that for every £1 of public subsidy, collectively we provide a strong return on investment of £4.56 and this has grown in the last 2 years.
Linda Conlon, Chief Executive of Newcastle's International Centre for Life, becomes the first woman from Europe (and only the second European in its 42 year history) to be elected Chair of the Association of Science and Technology Centres, (ASTC), the global body representing science centres and museums.
Newcastle Theatre Royal has been voted the most welcoming Theatre in the entire UK. Over 256 theatres of all sizes from across the UK entered the award, which is voted for entirely by the public.
Cultural organisations are encouraged to engage with Streetwise Opera, creating local partnerships and supporting work placements for people who have experienced homelessness and are being helped to make positive life changes through music.
Celebrating Older People’s Day and beyond, NGCV has prepared an overview of cultural activities, events and offers for older people which are available across their 20 venues in NewcastleGateshead and Tyneside.
NewcastleGateshead launches its own chapter of the national What Next? movement on 3rd September, to articulate and strengthen the role of culture in our society, engage the public in discussions and be a catalyst for fresh thinking
Tyneside Cinema launches its brand new film programme for people with dementia and their carers, families and companions on Thursday 30 July with a special screening of the classic movie musical The Wizard Of Oz.
Tyneside Cinema is leading the Random Acts Network Centre in the North, which will identify and develop creative talent, focusing on young people aged 16-24, in a new initiative funded by Arts Council in partnership with Channel 4.
Photo: Topher McGrillis (Northern Stage)
NGCV members have been participating in a region wide consultation to help shape the vision for the future of culture in the region. The Case for Culture will be something the region can unite behind, to influence policies and resources.