*written on Saturday on the train from Amiens to Paris* The past couple of days I have been in Amiens in France for an Interreg project for THEATRE IS… and the GatewayLearning Community. I will leave the explanation of the project to those websites, which will be updated soon, but I just wanted to share […]
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I am very proud to have passed my MA in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy from Goldsmiths with a Merit! I loved my time at Goldsmiths and the opportunities it has provided for me to stretch myself, especially on my dissertation, business plan and giving me the confidence through the Entrepreneurial Modelling module to become self employed, […]
So, I didn’t win the grand prize with the Inov-8 8 weeks to natural programme, however I have got so much out of it I really do feel like I have won! We also all got given another pair of Inov-8s and I chose the Bare Grip – 0mm drop, but some serious grip. […]
Well, Sunday was my first ever half marathon – the Royal Parks Foundation through the lovely Hyde park, around Big Ben and the houses of Parliament. I was so nervous the day before, it was ridiculous and I was still nervous when I woke up! On the journey I ended up chatting to three different people […]
As well as arts administration, marketing and teaching I also try to keep fit as much as possible and I blog about it over on Action Jen if that is something which interests you. This weekend I am running the Royal Parks Half Marathon for Diabetes UK. My husband is Diabetic and so this is an […]
Well, the 8 weeks to natural transition programme has been going very well for me. I am comfortable doing 12 miles in this style and it only took a few weeks of doing 1-2miles at a time! I am fairly sure that I am keeping the technique up, so I am pleased. However this is […]
There is a highly depressing article in the Guardian today entitled How deep do the arts council cuts go? Although the whole article highlights time and time again the negative impact of the cuts on the arts, what really stands out for me is the cuts to the education departments. By far the hardest-hit department […]