This month we are pleased to open booking for Year 2 of Brave Art. We’ve continued to learn and adapt our delivery and will be offering two different ways to engage with the arts training course, to make it as accessible as possible for everyone.
In September we’re looking forward to embarking on a new music project in partnership with Suffolk Libraries, and we are gearing up for the Pakefield Postcard auction, which is generously raising funds for us this year.
If you’ve ever wanted to experience our work for yourself, we’re making some of our creative activities available on our website for you to try from home. This month – summer foraging – enjoy!
Alex & Hayley, Co-Directors
Supporting our communities through music
We’re embarking upon a new project in partnership with Suffolk Libraries that aims to improve wellbeing, child development and musical engagement amongst pre-school children.
‘Little Beats’ will bring musicians, an early years music educator / researcher and an early years movement specialist together with librarians from Great Cornard and Lowestoft. Read more about Little Beats.
Brave Art Year 2 – Booking Open
We are delighted to have been able to continue providing our arts course for adults with learning disabilities without a pause since March. After a summer break, the 2nd year of the course begins on Monday 21st September. Booking is open now for two ways to join the course using Zoom, or offline. Read more about Brave Art Year 2.
Pakefield Postcard Auction
We’ve been selected as the recipients of funds from the 2020 Pakefield Postcard Auction! The event is run by the Ferini Gallery, and raises thousands of pounds each summer for local charities.
Whilst the auction can’t go ahead at The Victoria Hotel as planned, it will be held as a live online event, at 7pm on Wednesday 23rd September. Read more about the auction.
Get creative at home!
Having adapted the way that we’re working, we thought it would be fun to share with you some of the creative activities that we are providing our participants to do at home. This month, check out our fab foraging guide, fact files and recipe ideas from Around the Table. The summer guides are up and ready to inspire an enjoyable walk with delicious results! Read our foraging guides.
Whilst we can’t get out and about to raise funds as easily, why not consider giving regularly to Suffolk Artlink to ensure we can plan for the future and continue to support our communities during these challenging times?
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