In brief

2nd August 1996 at 01:00
A lack of cash following local government re-organisation has forced Arts is Magic to abandon its annual festival.

But its outreach programme recently spawned a four-week project in Glasgow which enabled choreographer, Rosina Bonsu and visual artist Susan Sloan to take workshops with pupils in three Glasgow primaries and a special needs school.

Celebrating the four elements of earth, water, fire and air, the results were presented in a well-structured performance at the Cottier Theatre.

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