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‘Lost’ Bedford painting sought to coincide with World Suicide Prevention Day

Lost ‘Lime Street’ painting by Bryan Charnley is sought by artist’s brother In July 1991, the artist, Bryan Charnley, took his own life while living in Bedford. Posthumously revered, his series of extraordinary self-portraits – undertaken while experimenting with the doses of his schizophrenia mediation – was featured in the Telegraph magazine and exhibited at…

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Bedford Creative Arts present a symposium: The Question of Collaboration

An exploration of new developments and approaches in socially engaged art practice and the ways in which artists and communities can collaborate. Keynote speakers will be artists Andrea Zimmerman and Neville Gabie with artist practice presentations and discussions throughout the day.  This symposium is for artists, curators, producers, commissioning organisations and those creating dialogue within communities through the…

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ANTHROPOCENE: OF OUR OWN MAKING at the Panacea Museum

6th September – 7th October Thursday – Sunday 11am – 5pm Precious Earth Art Collective (PEAC) will be exhibiting a new body of work at the Panacea Museum during September.  The title of the exhibition, Anthropocene refers to a new geological epoch, a time when humanity constitutes the largest force for change on earth and…

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Cast your vote on mini-masterpieces!

Professional artist, Mo Lea has been working with dozens of youngsters this summer at the Art Centre & Gallery’s Story Drawy sessions. Taking their inspiration from books including Tyrannosaurus Drip, The Snail & the Whale and Harry Potter, the children were encouraged to use Derwent pastels to create their own masterpieces. An exhibition of some…

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9th Annual Bedfordshire Walking Festival

This year’s Bedfordshire Walking Festival takes place from 8th to 16th September and has activities suitable for almost all abilities. Choose from one of the many ‘Walks for Health’ of between 30-90 minutes, an informative guided walk of around two hours, a half day walk of around 3 hours, or for the really serious, full…

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Mad Mods & GnR double header at Esquires

There’s something for everyone at Esquires on Friday 14 September.. Mad Mods & Englishmen Live at Holy Moly’s, Bedford Esquires Doors at 7.30pm Tickets £8 in advance  Kicking off the early autumn / late summer season is the long-overdue return for Mad Mods & Englishmen as they return to Bedford following a two year absence….

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Wine and cheese pairing cruising on the River Great Ouse

Thursday 6th September 2018 All aboard the John Bunyan Boat for a sunset cruise with the Stephen and Dawn Black of the Happy Brewer. Sample fine wines and exceptional cheeses as you cruise the Ouse! In partnership with Winexpert (the world’s largest manufacturer of premium, multi award-winning winemaking products), The Happy Brewer will help you choose…

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