Increasing health and wellbeing and providing a sense of place for everyone.
We believe it’s all about participation too, so whether you want to take part in an arts activity, get your school or community group involved in an arts programme – or even if you fancy volunteering – there really is something for everyone!
We offer funding to training opportunities, information on local grants and bursaries for amateur and professional artists and arts organisations, to develop their skills and explore ways of transferring those skills. We promote collaborative creative processes at grassroots level which enhance access and participation and strengthen the community’s sense of authorship and ownership.
To take advantage or our Community Ticketing and Transport Schemes and keep up to date with Community Arts activities, sign up to our Community E–Zine. Please contact Lynda.
Grainne Kielty, Temporary Community Arts Officer
T: 02892 509512 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Caroline Reid, Community Arts & Outreach Officer
T: 02892 509507 or email@example.com
Lynda McCord, Arts Administration Assistant
T: 02892 509503 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Arts Training Scheme CATS Looking for Inspiration?
Aimed at beginners, these workshops are free and are just the thing to enable community leaders, staff and volunteers to gain the skills to deliver arts–based workshops to their own groups.
Eco Schools Crafts for Young People
Thursday 11 May, 7 – 9pm
Twilight session specifically aimed at Extended Schools providers.
Places offered on a first come, first served basis. To book contact Lynda McCord, Arts Administration Assistant on 02892 509503 or email@example.com