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Arts Council England invest £243,000 in Emergency Exit Arts to develop a Greenwich Making Space

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Turning the Page - The Mayor’s Newham Carnival 2016

We are pleased to announce that Emergency Exit Arts have been commissioned to deliver the Mayor’s Newham Carnival in 2016. 

The Broken Plate

Drawing on the past, Looking to the Future is an artistic collaboration with the University of Greenwich, Department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts, that will trace the stories of the people and the built environment connected to the site of their award winning building in the centre of Greenwich

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EEA on the airwaves (1hr:03mins in) w/ @TalawaTheatreCo @RossBolWill @louisedefroment @Shanika_WM @josh_solnick https://t.co/04tOubOOSv
May 3, 2016
Really great start to #celebrate16 . Good to see the Bard is keeping a close eye on all things carnival. https://t.co/yeXTibiJJ6
Apr 29, 2016
Today we'll be at @Cworksldn w/ Creating Routes graduates running a workshop @GoldsmithsUoL @TalawaTheatreCo https://t.co/tjJ7nYdHye
Apr 29, 2016

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TOWIE: Creative Heritage Scrapbook

The Only Way is Ethics (TOWIE) is our creative heritage training programme with Bishopsgate Institute, funded by Heritage Lottery, we support young...

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EEA – A Way Out of the Ordinary into the Extraordinary