Arts charity, Suffolk Artlink, are inviting residents of Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds and Lowestoft to free theatre performances taking place next week, developed and performed by artists with learning disabilities.
As we embark upon the first of our summer fundraising events, we hope we will inspire you to join us! We can provide lots of support, and thanks to Arts Council England Catalyst funding, we can double your donation.
This month, you find us buoyed by our success at the Suffolk High Sheriff Awards. It was wonderful to have our work celebrated, and even more amazing to watch with pride as our JumpstART! students gave the performance of the night in front of 400 guests
Suffolk Artlink is inviting young Lowestoft DJs to take part in a DJ open mic event taking place at Sam’s Café this Saturday 1st April, 2 – 5 pm. International DJ, producer and singer, Tallulah Goodtimes will be in attendance with full DJ kit to get everyone in the mood and help anyone wishing to have a go.
As the evenings get that little bit lighter, here at Suffolk Artlink we’re beginning to feel buds of new growth unfurling. In addition to a trip to the House of Commons to hear the case for cultural learning, we’re excited to be developing a new intergenerational project in Lowestoft…
January sees the launch of our latest arts project, Avenues, run in partnership with Suffolk Family Carers. We’re offering young adult family carers the opportunity to explore new art forms, guided by a fantastic bunch of contemporary professional artists.
We’ve had a fantastic 2016 here at Suffolk Artlink, and hope you have too. Here’s the last of our news for this year, before the office closes next Wednesday for a festive break. We’ll be back raring to go on Wednesday 4th January!
There is a Winter Open Studio event at the end of November. There will be art for sale, also ceramics, gifts and cards. There are 5 inspiring studios to visit from Lawshall to Ringshall and meet the artists.