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1st June 2001 at 01:00
Fifty pairs of tickets worth pound;17 for Europe's biggest art materials event are on offer to TES readers for The Artists and Illustrators Exhibition at Olympia 2, Kensington, London SW7, July 26-29. Send in your name, address and telephone number on a postcard by July 16, quoting "The TES", to: Aamp;I, 188194 York Way, London N7 9QR. Tel: 020 7700 8507.

Ticket hotline : 08870 735 5566 (book ahead and save pound;2.50).

Antarctic Waves, a music composition multimedia toolkit for GCSE and A-level students, is being produced with the help of a National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts award. Students can access excerpts from Sir Peer Maxwell Davies's new Antarctic Symphony and science data to create music inspired by global issues, such as climate change.

The CD will be distributed free to secondary schools. British Antarctic Survey, tel: 01223 221400. E-mail:


Make a Difference with Music, a colourful information pack about courses and careers for young musicians in community music has been produced by Sound Sense, the UK development agency for community music. Send pound;1-worth of stamps (plus pound;5 cheque non-students) to: Sound Sense, RiversideHouse, Rattlesden, Bury St Edmunds IP30 OSF. Tel: 01449 736287.

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