Category Archives: Art

AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A FILM

Are you between the ages of 13 and 17? Would you like to get involved in making a film this summer? If so, please read on. Two new village organisations (Funder Films and Wye Drama) are teaming up to produce … Continue reading

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WYE YOUTH CINEMA CLUB

This weekend sees the first screening of the new Wye Youth Cinema Club. Johnny English will be shown at 7 pm on Saturday 6 July in the church and all children between the ages of 11 and 14 are welcome. … Continue reading

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PARISH HEADLINES – 6

The following is my recollection of the parish council meeting held on Thursday night: Councillor Shoults reported that the Free School have signed a three year lease on the Kempe Centre. There was discussion as to whether to invite Imperial … Continue reading

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PAPER APOTHECARY

What a great concept this is! A community arts project where people have selected/created items that make them happy. Perfect for February. Beats going to the real doctor! Venue: Canterbury’s The Beaney Museum. Dates: Between February 9 and 24. (Thanks … Continue reading

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OH FOR AN ABACUS

The village survey of teenage desires (certificate PG!) turned out not to be computer compatible. Can you believe that? We’d asked the children to list their top three preferences from a list of 11 – but Survey Monkey wanted them … Continue reading

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WYE’S NON-EXISTENT CHARITIES

In my charity trawl, I came across this notice in the village shop window: It turns out that the Wye Arts Association – which is not actually a charity – have about £250 a year to donate but they don’t … Continue reading

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PAINTJAM, LONDON

Paintjam is one of a number of organisations which offer art workshops to local communities – but the organisation is innovative in trying to inspire non-artists to paint and draw. As well as running painting workshops for corporate clients, it … Continue reading

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