Category Archives: Art

DNA does Glastonbury 2011

Sarah and the 2011 crew were delighted to have the opportunity again to run workshops on the Kidz Field at Glastonbury Festival at the end of June. We were hopeful that the weather would be as blissful as the previous … Continue reading

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Dragon Puppets from Middle Earth Weekend

A quick update on my previous blog, concerning the workshops at the Middle Earth Weekend in Birmingham. Thanks to a kind parent who I asked to send us some photos, I can now show you 2 of the many many … Continue reading

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Sarah does DNA workshops at the Middle Earth Weekend.

I’ve been to the Middle Earth weekend to create a forest installation and puppets with children and families in the activities tent. The event was over 2 days at Sarehole Mill in Birmingham, one of Tolkein’s childhood haunts and celebrated … Continue reading

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Rachel’s Early Arts Post from Australia

http://www.earlyarts.co.uk/news/newsflash/734-earlyarts-update-from-australia.html

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Queenie’s success at The Waterside

I had a fantastic day yesterday (Saturday 5th March) performing The Frog Prince & Other Peculiar Tales in my hometown of Trafford. On a lovely buzzy morning Steve & I drove up from Beeston with our lovely green van which … Continue reading

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my bleedin art at the Blue Room, Perth

Have had a great response to my solo work on cellular memories in heart transplant statements, following on from previous explorations in this area at the Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster University and Royal Exchange Studio Theatre, Manchester, Uk, a few years … Continue reading

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A Froggy success at The Arc

What an exhausting week for Liz Fitzgerald-Taylor!  Accompanied by hubby Steve, Liz drove her big green van packed full of froggy fun down from Beeston to Stockton ready to perform The Frog Prince & Other Peculiar Tales at the town’s … Continue reading

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A Walk In The Woods in Cleethorpes

Imaginary Leaps artist Liz spent a fantastic weekend working with children and their families at The Discovery Centre in Cleethorpes as part of The Birdhouse Theatre’s winter programme for Early Years on the 19th & 20th February. Great fun was … Continue reading

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Puppet making at Crosslee Community Primary School, Manchester

On 31st March, Sarah spent a fun filled day making puppets with the children at Crosslee School. The kids started by exploring the many different types of puppets and having a go with some examples from DNA’s extensive collection. They … Continue reading

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Imaginary Leaps Praised by Australian Minister for the Arts

In a letter addressed to Imaginary Leaps, John Day the Western Australian Minister for Planning, Culture & the Arts has praised Rachel Riggs and her recent work in Early Years development and engagement. I congratulate you on your commitment and … Continue reading

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