FROM DOMESTIC CRAFT TO NATIONAL TREASURY
Hundreds of examples of knitting and crochet, outerwear, underwear and craft paraphernalia will be on show at the Knitting and Crochet Guild, Lee Mills, near Holmfirth, West Yorkshire. The allied crafts of spinning, weaving and dyeing are also featured. Different exhibitions will be mounted on March 20, April 12, May 15, June 19, July 24, August 21, September 18 and on other days to groups by prior arrangement.
Contact Liz Gillett, Tel: 0113 266 4651
Notebooks, the latest in the Power Drawing series from the Campaign for Drawing, shows how primary pupils can use drawing in personal notebooks to explore, investigate and experiment, and as a source of reference and inspiration. Other titles include: Start Drawing!, Drawing on Experience, Space and Place. pound;4 each including postage from Featherstone Education
Tel: 01858 881212
Email: sales@featherstone. uk.com
THE EUROPEAN AWARD FOR LANGUAGES
Entries are invited by April 19 for this award, which recognises creative ways of improving the quality of language teaching, motivating students and exploiting available resources. The scheme is supported by the European Commission and co-ordinated in the UK by the National Centre for Languages (CILT). Winners receive books, vouchers or teaching materials, and a certificate signed by a government minister and the European Commissioner for Education and Culture.
One winning project receives the Mary Glasgow Language Trust's annual award of pound;1,000. Special awards include the EuroTalk primary education language prize and embassy language prizes in French, German, Italian and Spanish.
Tel: 020 7379 5101 ext 267
Email: euroaward@ cilt.org.uk
TATE ONLINE:MODERN ART STUDY COURSES
Tate Online and BT, in collaboration with the City Literary Institute, have introduced a free Level 1 introductory course based on the Tate collection, which can be followed in 2004 or 2005 to fit in with the user's timetable.
The course features images, interactive games, walk-throughs and sound, and features the work of artists including Francis Bacon, Pablo Picasso, Stanley Spencer and Andy Warhol. Four out of eight key themes must be completed. Users can then embark on the Level 2 course, available from October 2004, for pound;95, pound;45 concessions.