Articles Tagged with the word ‘art’
02 Feb 2007
In this inspiring book, Tibetan B'n practitioner Christopher Hansard explains the 'twelve types of fear' believed by traditional teaching to affect our lives.
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09 Jun 2006
The Pierian Centre is supporting Bristol's National Refugee Week with a wealth of great events. It's a "big week" at the Pierian Centre, spanning two week-ends and every week-day in between.
08 Jun 2006
Biodynamics is about fostering respect for nature it promotesflavoursome and nutritious food which can be enjoyed. Wendy's cookbookcontains lots of information about food and health and is full of tastyand unusual recipes.
07 Jun 2006
Room 13's progress and expansion is testimony to what can beachieved by a youth-run project. The concept has moved far beyondCaol's Primary School bringing confidence and artisticopportunities to an international audience.
12 Apr 2006
On Saturday 8th April Sustrans celebrated the final phase of The Chalkand Channel Way' in Kent, a major arts project and part of the NationalCycle Network.
02 Dec 2005
Bristol-based artist, Banksy, has become notorious in the UK for his subversive and affecting art, which takes many forms, including political stencils sprayed on outside walls and rogue installations in both UK and New York art galleries.
29 Dec 2004
An environmental painter in Austria has, with lots of colour and exuberance, enhanced the lives of children in Hong Kong. Forty-three paintings offering a bright new vision of the city have been on exhibition around town. Through a private auction $88,100 was raised for a local school that specialises in working with autistic children.
30 Jun 2003
Children at Newcastle C.E. Primary School in Clun, Shropshire, have been doing some very creative recycling. They visited the Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture, in Powys, to see how art can be created from recycled materials.
30 Jun 2002
Layla Garro Valverde and her husband Jose Carlos Morales are trying to protect and preserve the eight indigenous nations of Costa Rica. "We want to build eight traditional structures or ranchos' representing the different indigenous populations around a headquarters and Cosmic House," says Layla.
30 Jun 2002
Art in Action is back. Like many events in the British countryside, it was not held in 2001 because of local foot-and-mouth outbreaks. Now, with the area declared totally clear, the 25th Art in Action will be held at Waterperry Gardens, nr Wheatley, just a few miles south of Oxford, from Thursday to Sunday, 18-21 July 2002 inclusive from...
30 Sep 2001
A re-imagination of medicine in the new millennium is the purpose of series of three conferences which hold the vision of The Hospital as a Temple The third conference in the series will take place in The Netherlands on October 20 and 21.