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Events on in and around Richmond during the autumn of 2015. Are you organising an event or maybe you've seen a poster for something you'd like to share? If so you can post it up here to let people know. The pictures here are for events taking place this autumn in, or very near to Richmond, North Yorkshire. If you don't have a poster, feel free to add text details about the event or perhaps make a short video to tell people more.


Arts for Change event Nov 11

Arts professionals will gather in Richmondshire next month as part of the launch of a new funding programme. They are being invited to a networking event for artists of all disciplines – which will also host the ‘Arts for Change’ funding stream. Issues around living working and thriving in the current economic times in a rural area will also be highlighted. The free Richmondshire District Council event takes place at The Old Mill Centre, Skeeby on Wednesday November 11 from 11.30am – 2pm. And because of limited parking, a free coach will pick up in Nunn’s Close Car Park, Quaker Lane, Richmond at 11.10am returning at 2.15pm - to book a seat email Sue Dewhurst at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">thepopupgallery@btinternet.com. “This is a fantastic opportunity for arts professionals working and living within this region of rural isolation, to come out of their studios to swap ideas, problem share and make connections for the future,” said Jo-Anne Simpson, Culture and Wellbeing Delivery Manager. “We are also looking forward to welcoming the Deputy Lieutenant of North Yorkshire, Tom Ramsden, to discuss the funding programme he helped launch which we hope will help many people within Richmondshire benefit from the positives that the arts can bring.” There will also be talks by professional artist, blogger, therapist, illustrator and writer Beverley Haines along with writer, storyteller, actress and historical interpreter Irene Lofthouse. People working within the creative industries of Richmondshire will be on hand to discuss how they are adapting their businesses and plans for the future including representatives from The Old Mill Centre, Richmond Station, Jacalou Junction, Artist/poet Lenny Szrama, Art Tarts Gallery on tour, Caroline Hudson and Dawn Stockbridge. During the session delegates will be invited to create an ATC (artists trading card) to be swapped at the end of the event - as part of an artists’ ‘buddy’ system to keep the momentum of the event going. Places are free, but must be booked, as numbers are limited – email with name and chosen art field to: thepopupgallery@btinternet.com; jo-anne.simpson@richmondshire.gov.uk or via Facebook link https://www.facebook.com/events/480312735468614

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