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Whether it’s a family carer enjoying some time out as part of Around the Table, or one of our JumpstART students looking on proudly as their art work sells for the first time, we are glad to be warming hearts as the temperature drops.
And this month we are thrilled to be launching a new way for you to support our work. So if you’d like to ensure the arts continue to be a source of inspiration, confidence and joy to our communities, please consider signing up as a Suffolk Artlink Supporter today.
Alex & Hayley
We’ve launched a brand new regular giving scheme
As a Suffolk Artlink Supporter, you will help to provide more inclusive arts programmes that bring skills, support networks, confidence and joy to people in the East.
Your monthly donations of £4, £10 or £25+ will allow us to plan ahead with confidence, and help more people transform their lives through the arts. Why not sign up today? Read more
Our pioneering arts project brings joy to Norfolk’s women’s refuges
February saw the start of our unique arts project – Giggle Visits – which aims to help bring distraction and joy to families in women’s refuges in Norfolk.
Our ‘Giggle Workers’ headed off to one of Leeway’s larger women’s refuges in Norfolk, to use their special brand of artistry to bring fun, laughter and distraction to children, young people and their families. Read more
Lowestoft Folk gets off to a great start
It’s been great fun bringing children and care home residents together for the first time this month to explore Lowestoft’s folk heritage. The children have already found out so much from the adults, and many snippets of family customs and traditions have been shared.
The first pairing of the project saw school pupils from Oulton Broad primary school begin a series of visits to Broadland Care Home residents. Read more
Meet the artist
February’s artist of the month is the lovely Lynn Whitehead. This multi-talented lady has a packed CV, with special skills including saxophonist, actor, storyteller and theatre education worker.
Lynn is currently working with us on Lowestoft Folk, and has already proved herself to be a dab hand at getting a room full of care home residents and school children up for a sing-song! Read more
A word from our friends
In 2018 the Museum of East Anglian Life is running a pilot year of activities called Golden Ticket. We aim to offer a free activity to every 12-year-old in Mid-Suffolk from 2019-2022. Sessions will take place in school holidays on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and will provide a wide range of opportunities such as archery, outdoor cooking, survival skills, animation, sewing, felting and jewellery making.
We’re looking for outside practitioners to help us deliver day long sessions. If you’d be interested in getting involved, please contact Jo Rooks, Learning and Participation Manager at [email protected] / 01449 618227.
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