Celebrating Arts and Industry in Sheffield

10th April 2015

Community consultation: Date: Wednesday April 15, 5.

30-6.30pm Venue: Cupola Gallery, 178a Middlewood Road, Sheffield S6 1TD Cupola is looking to put on a 2 day Arts and Music Festival in Hillsborough park next year 6th & 7th August 2016. We are looking for feedback from the Hillsborough Community. Can you spare an hour of your time to give us your opinions on our proposal? We are also looking for people who might like to get involved and/or help with the staging of this event. Vision: A FREE vibrant, high quality and engaging arts focussed event held across Hillsborough Park and in surrounding buildings involving collaboration and partnerships with arts practitioners, local organisations, industry, business, both Universities and the wider community. Why? To demonstrate & showcase talent, vibrancy, cultural depth, industrial heart and community spirit of the area. Celebrate 25 years of Cupola Gallery within that community context. For more information please contact Karen Sherwood or Graham Shapley on (0114) 285 2665 or email info@cupolagallery.com

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