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Diane Shepherd- Fill Your Jar

Fri. 4 Jan, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 23 Feb, 2019 4:00 pm

Two arts and wellbeing projects inspired by the 'Five Ways To Wellbeing' 

During the summer of 2018 , Diana Shepherd delivered two projects in the rEvive shop, part of the 'arts in empty shops' programme of events. 

Creative Rambling

Once a week we walked to West Park and took inspiration from both the natural environment and each other. We then used the shop as an open studio to continue experimenting with materials.

Fill Your Jar

We thought about how we were fitting the 'Five Ways' into our own lives. Using the shape of a jar to represent ourselves we were encouraged to think about taking care of ourselves in a more creative and engaging way.

Diana is the lead artist for Arts and Wellbeing Organisation 'All Being Well' and was funded by Erewash Borough Council, Derbyshire County Council and Erewash CVS.

Chinese New Year

Sat. 9 Feb, 2019 1:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Erewash Festival of Light: Chinese New Year (Year of the Pig) Lantern Parade and Celebrations

Chinese New Year 2019 - Year of the Pig

Erewash Museum and Ilkeston Market Place, Ilkeston

Make a lantern during the day, and join the lantern parade at 5.30pm.

Celebrations in the Market Square until 6.30pm

Chinese New Year is the finale to the annual Festival of Light programme and attracts approximately 400 people each year. Highlights include the lantern procession, a traditional dragon dance, ribbon dancers, live Chinese music and displays of flags, banners and illuminated animal puppets depicting animals from the Chinese Zodiac. Professional dancers, musicians and other artists work with schools and community groups to create a huge range of performing and visual art work to display. We run public workshops at Erewash Museum on approach to the final event, where children and families can participate in arts activities, such as creating lanterns to bring along to the procession. The procession leaves the museum and travels through the town centre, ending on the market square where a spectacle of performance by local children takes place.

Chinese New Year

Sat. 9 Feb, 2019 1:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Erewash Festival of Light: Chinese New Year (Year of the Pig) Lantern Parade and Celebrations

Chinese New Year 2019 - Year of the Pig

Erewash Museum and Ilkeston Market Place, Ilkeston

Make a lantern during the day, and join the lantern parade at 5.30pm.

Celebrations in the Market Square until 6.30pm

Chinese New Year is the finale to the annual Festival of Light programme and attracts approximately 400 people each year. Highlights include the lantern procession, a traditional dragon dance, ribbon dancers, live Chinese music and displays of flags, banners and illuminated animal puppets depicting animals from the Chinese Zodiac. Professional dancers, musicians and other artists work with schools and community groups to create a huge range of performing and visual art work to display. We run public workshops at Erewash Museum on approach to the final event, where children and families can participate in arts activities, such as creating lanterns to bring along to the procession. The procession leaves the museum and travels through the town centre, ending on the market square where a spectacle of performance by local children takes place.

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