Archive for December, 2010

The Neighbourhood Watch Dog


Neighborhood Watch Dog in Action

Victoria Road’s Neighbourhood Watch Dog

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URC Arts Space Christmas Fair

Saturday 4th December 2.00-6.00pm

Christmas Fair

United Reformed Church Hall, Banbury Road, Summertown (opposite South Parade and Radio Oxford).

This activity is part of a programme of fundraising events for the new Harlequin dance floor which will be installed later this month.

–   Craftsman, artist and locally made food and gifts for sale, including Scandinavian Christmas decorations, cards, gingerbread, stocking fillers, wooden gifts, home-made marmalades and chutneys, jewellery, decorative glass, needlework gifts, bags, prints, drawings and bookplates…

–    Most gifts priced well under £40

–   Take a break from shopping to enjoy tea and delicious home-made cakes

–   Christmas raffle with grand prize of a hamper packed with goodies, and other attractive prizes

We do hope you will come and buy in the knowledge that you will be supporting a cause of benefit to the local arts community.

I would also like to let you know that a Ballet in Small Spaces calendar for 2011 is being produced.  Professional performing arts photographer Mark Brome has recorded three recent and successful projects.  The Solos Projects of 2008 and 2009 brought together dance artists from Oxford and the surrounding areas to create and perform new solos in a variety of dance genres, curated by Susie Crow and presented at the Burton Taylor Studio.  In April 2010 Susie Crow, composer Malcolm Atkins and visual artists Clare Bassett, Antonia Bruce, Kassandra Isaacson and Susan Moxley were joined by other local improvising artists in DEC (Demonstration, Exploration and Collaboration) at the OVADA gallery.
We hope you may enjoy this selection of striking and memorable images of imaginative and innovative dance in Oxford, which includes pictures of Hannah de Cancho, Jane Connelly, Joelle Pappas, Fiona Millward, Ana Barbour, Thomas JM Wilson, Susie Crow, Lisia Moala, Anuradha Chaturvedi, Debbie Camp, Ellie Crowther and Adrienne Hart.  This is a limited edition of 100, and a donation from the proceeds will be made towards the new URC dance floor.  If you would be interested to buy a copy in support, please contact Susie Crow:

Hoping to see you at the Fair,
All best,

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