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This week we’ve taken delivery of our 2017/18 annual review.  As we reflect on all that we achieved in the last financial year, it feels like the perfect time to share our appreciation with everyone who has made our creative and joyful projects possible. We have a fantastic array of participants, staff, artists, volunteers, trustees, partners, funders and supporters – a huge Thank You to them all!

This month we’re also celebrating the launch of our autumn JumpstART module, and our very first Museum exhibit, created during Lowestoft Folk.


Alex & Hayley, Co-Directors

Our 2017/18 Annual Review has arrived – thanks Micropress!

It’s that time of year again, and we are delighted to share with you our 2017/18 annual review. It’s been another busy year, full of people participating in creativity and growing as a result.  It’s always great to see a colourful account of all that we have achieved in the past year, and the impact we’ve had on the people we work with. Read our 2017/18 Annual Review

Booking open for autumn JumpstART module

Booking is now open for the autumn term of our arts training course for people with learning disabilities.

Taking place from September in Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich and Lowestoft, this term, JumpstART will be exploring storytelling.  Read more about our JumpstART autumn term

Our new museum exhibit tells Lowestoft’s folk tales

Lowestoft Museum has just received a brand new exhibit – the Cabinet of Curiosity – thanks to our Lowestoft Folk project, and the creativity and stories contributed by children from Oulton Broad Primary School and residents at Broadlands Residential Care Home.
Read more about the Cabinet of Curiosity

Meet the artist – Andreas Johnson

This month, we’re featuring one of our participant artists. Andreas lives in Stowmarket and has been a student on our JumpstART arts courses for over five years.  With the support of our professional artists, Andreas’ skills and confidence are growing by the week, which is a joy to witness. Read more about Andreas

A word from our friends

Ipswich Museums needs your help for a community project exploring how local people responded to the end of the First World War in Ipswich. If you have stories relating to Ipswich and the First World War email [email protected] or call 01473 433550 by Sunday 19 August 2018.

Calling all you budding athletes! We’ve still got a few FREE places for the Great East Run, 16 September, for anyone willing to take on the challenge of running half a marathon to fundraise for Suffolk Artlink. Closing date for entries is 24th August. Click here for more information.

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