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17:58

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Performing and creative arts take centre stage in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

After announcing the cancellation of all large-format events this summer, the cultural department of Torremolinos town hall has presented a scaled-down summer calendar of events under the banner of 'Tenemos Talento' (We Have Talent). The programme

16:06

Opinion

When a soft touch is anything but

JEREMY BLATCH

...not ceased its creative efforts to find visible and less visible means to take advantage of individual investors. The author is a member of the Society of Trustees and Estate Practitioners and an investment counsellor. The comments and observations

13:26

LifeStyle

A creative way to help the environment

Jennie Rhodes

...build a spaceship to send all of the rubbish back to the alien life forms that were behind the crime. "The pupils really engaged with the project," says Dita, who goes on to say that they came up with some "very creative" prototypes, before a winner was ... continue the good work we hopefully started," says Dita. For Dita, who is a textile and crochet artist as well as being an athlete, and Rafa who has a background in the creative and digital industries and is an abstract artist, art, creativity and social

16:39

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Jim Dine: 84 years of creative rebellion

REGINA SOTORRÍO

The call on Tuesday was simply to watch Jim Dine, creator of 'Happenings', write out a poem on a blank wall of Centre Pompidou Málaga. What nobody was expecting was an artist stood in front of his work, eager to speak to the press and to be candid, i

13:40

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Exhibition of paintings to fund new creative art project

TONY BRYANT

An exciting new project aimed at potential young artists will be launched with a special exhibition and stage performance in Benalmádena next week. Organised by Benalmádena town hall and Barbara Franken, a British author and 'creative visionary', ... The Creative Art Project will promote the work of children between the ages of six and eleven, while raising money for Conciencia Magnífica. The charity, which was founded by Franken, funds creative art projects and offers local children the chance to

17:07

Opinion

A self-employed office party

TXEMA MARTÍN

...for themselves, often in professions that are, I won't say liberal, but creative. Those hard workers who can also be called "freelance", that is, they are free of all ties, some because they like it that way, and others because they have no choice. ... that can be done any time of the year, and doesn't necessarily have to involve getting plastered. And as freelancers can't stop being creative, now they have come up with organising Christmas dinners with other freelancers they don't know as a way of

11:52

LifeStyle

Canning creativity and progress

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Innovating in the food industry might require some money but at the heart of it is creativity, and creativity takes a lot of effort. You have to put in everything you have. Jamie Martínez de Ubago, founder of Conservas Ubago, was an example of this

16:41

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Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

...many others. https://stories.audible.com/start-listen Creative Activities Family How To. The Royal Academy of Arts suggest ways for the family to get creative. Inspired by the RA’s world class exhibitions, leading artists and architects ... and Collection, this site includes a range of creative activities such as how to make a recycled sculpture, making stencils and vegetable prints etc. https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/articles/tag/family-how-to Meet and Make Leeds Museums and

17:42

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Dialogues with Picasso at the MPM

Antonio Javier López

Picasso's seminal works from the 1970s, showing the creative vigour he maintained all his life, even in his eighties. An artist "in permanent mutation," as Carmona described him. "He made it clear to his friends and admirers that his talent came from his