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MTG supports new Micro-Commission by artist Maddie Morris

Mind the Gap as one of the members of the Collaborative Touring Network, have partnered with arts commissioning body Unlimited, to commission 8 disabled artists nationally, in association with Touretteshero.

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Two photos of the podcast speaker and guest. On the left Paul Wilshaw, a white man with curly brown hair, blue eyes and wearing a blue Hawaiian shirt smiles at the camera. On the right Rob Ewens, a white man with blonde short hair, brown eyes wearing a black top with a picture of the Cheshire Cat in neon colours, smiles at the camera with his right hand in a fist in front of his body.

Disability and…Making a Career in Performance

This month on the Disability And… podcast, Mind the Gap’s Assistant Producer Paul Wilshaw chats with former Mind the Gap artist Rob Ewens.

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A headshot of Julia Skelton MBE. She is a white middle aged woman with hazel eyes and short curly red hair. She is wearing an orange woollen tartan dress with blue sleeves. The photo is taken outside in front of a black metal frame.

Mind the Gap’s Executive Director named in New Year Honours List

Julia reflects on the experience in our final blog of 2022: Taking one for the team!

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Mind the Gap joins Collaborative Touring Network

Mind the Gap is delighted to announce that we are joining the Collaborative Touring Network – a national network of grassroots organisations working in areas with low levels of investment in the arts.

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Academy Open Day

On Wednesday 8 March, Mind the Gap will be opening its beautiful fully accessible building for you to find out what’s on offer at the Academy and meet staff, artists and students.

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Job Opportunity: Creative Support Worker

Mind the Gap is looking for a Creative Support Worker to join its friendly and welcoming team.

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A red haired white woman in her thirties is sat on the floor throwing red powder paint in the air. She is wearing a white smock and her arms are covered in purple paint

Dancing with Colours

A joyful, sensory and slightly messy(!) new dance performance comes to Bradford this December, created and performed by local artist JoAnne Haines.

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Mind the Gap remains an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation

Mind the Gap continues to be recognised by Arts Council England as a National Portfolio Organisation.

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Lorraine Brown lands three teaching jobs

In spring/summer 2022, Mind the Gap Artist Lorraine Brown undertook her first three supported dance teaching jobs. We caught up with Lorraine to find out what she learnt from the experience.

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