We have produced a range of publications that look at planning projects and sharing best practice.
NEW Art & People is our practical toolkit giving you all the steps to setting-up and running a successful arts project in the community. The publication is course material for the Community Arts Training Scheme (CATS) and this third edition is updated and revised for 2009.
Invaluable for anyone who wants to run an arts project, it is written and designed to be easy to use and accessible and covers planning, fundraising, practicalities and legalities, working with artists, marketing and evaluation.
Art & People is 'a step-by-step resource for setting up and running an arts project (in any artform) within the community. It is chock-a-block with sound and essential information for people involved in this process' Reviewed by June Heap, Arts Professional, 25th August 2003.
Community Arts Training Scheme (CATS) Impact and Toollkit shares the impact CATS has had in Slough with local authority arts officers and shows how they can adapt the course to run in their own area. The book contains templates and a step-by-step guide to planning and running the course.
Slough Inspired celebrated the tenth anniversary of Community Arts Training in Slough and the achievements of those who have attended CATS since it began in 1994. It includes case studies from voluntary organisations, arts groups and local artists and highlights how they put the knowledge and skills gained on the course into practice.
Slough Arts Development and Parks & Allotments teams joined forces to produce a publication to highlight and promote the benefits of allotments. Through stunning photographs by artist Malcolm Glover, the book reveals the hidden world of allotments in Slough, where every plot is as unique as its owner.
This publication is a celebration of public art in Slough. It describes the importance of art in public spaces and explains the process of commissioning pieces of public art. Art in Public Spaces, Slough also demonstrates how and when businesses, local residents, artists and organisations can get involved.
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