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The Orangery Academy - Summer Programme

A summer programme of professional development events for the Yorkshire region, exploring the latest thinking and activity in place-making.

The Orangery Academy focuses on key issues relating to policy, community involvement, good design and the arts in response to the current and future challenges and opportunities of place-making. This programme is brought to you by Beam in collaboration with Integreat PLUS (previously Integreat Yorkshire).

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Events include:
Art – What Art?
Tuesday 5 July 2011
Explore the value and potential of integrating the thinking of artists into the design and animation of the public realm - a provocative look at theory and practice, creativity and practicality.
To book your place visit: http://orangeryacademy.eventbrite.com 

Speakers confirmed: Walker and Bromwich, International Artists and Nick Ewbank, Director Nick Ewbank Associates

For an overview of the full Orangery Academy programme visit www.beam.uk.net


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An orangery is more like a garden room delivering you the impression of spending time in the garden, whatever be the weather. It can be a supplementary space to organize dinners and family gatherings surrounded by lovely plants to get pleasure from the warmth the room will provide or to simply get relaxed in peace.

July 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMark Osborne

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