P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 22 Jul 21:01/13  1/3 ARTS NEwS          Working musicians who want to develop their skills can now apply for bursaries which are being offered as a pilot project by the Arts Council. The Council is also setting aside £20,000 for photographers so they can concentratf on their own work without thf pressure of a financial commitment A reminder that North West Arts in Manchestfr have moved recently to St Petfr's Square where they run an arts information desk and ticket centre. A new monthly artists' newsletter starts in September, to encourage exchange of information and discusrhon       
P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 22 Jul 21:00/01   3/3  AR NE    ROGER DOYLE - CRAFTSMAN The work of the award-winning young goldsmith and silversmith, Roger Doyle, will be presentdd in an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum from July 23-Septfmber 3. The exhibition contains the craftsman's most recent work, including that in black steel and precious stone. ETHNIC ART Over the next 12 months the Arts Council is to look at all ethnIc arts
P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 22 Jul 21:20/00  2/3  THE ARTS COUNCIL ON NR          NATURE AS MATE H@LS A new exhi——tion by thd Arts Council is on tour from July 5 1980-July 10 1981. The rdcording of landscapes - a traditional British art subjdct for centtries - has been extdndfd by assembling the elements that M—jd up our ever-chan'hlg scenery. The Arts Council (—s brought together sculpttrds and phodographic work by 13 artists. The exhibits were purchased for the council collection by Andrew Causey. The first vante is the Atkin3fn Art Gallery, Southport, Lancs, from July 5 to August 8.
P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 22 Jul 21:10/36  2/3  THE ARTS COUNCIL ON N R          NATERE AS MATE HALS A new exhieltion by the Arts Council is on tour from July 5 1980-July 10 1981. The recording of landscapes a centuries - has been extended by assembling the elements that0l—je up our —vdr-changing scenery. The Arts Council has brought together sculpturds and photographic work by 13 artists. The exhibits were purch!rfd for the council collection by Andrdw Causey. The first venue is the AtAhlrFn Art Gallery, Southport, Lancs, from July 5 to August 8.
P231 CEEFAX 231 Tue 22 Jul 21:22/41  3/3  ARTS NEWS          ROGER DOYLE - CRAFTSMAN The work of the award-winning young goldsmith and silversmith, Roger Doyle, will be presentfd in an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum from July 23-September 3. The exhibition contains the craftsman's most recent work, including that in black stfel and precious stone. ETHNIC ART Over the next 12 months the Arts Council is to look at all ethnic arts applications to learn the range of form and identify special features. Initial activities will include the advertising of the council's training schemes in publications for ethnic minorities.