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As the festive period gets into full swing, this month’s newsletter is full of invitations to inspiring & creative events – we hope you have some space in your diaries!
First up, we’re inviting artists to a free sharing event exploring good practice for working in care home settings. For everyone else, there is a chance to see our wonderful JumpstART students in full protest in Bury, Ipswich and Lowestoft. Or why not try your hand at woodcut printing at the Bury Christmas Fayre this weekend in exchange for a small donation towards our work?
We’d love to see you there!
Alex & Hayley, Suffolk Artlink Co-Directors
You’re invited to our JumpstART celebration events & exhibitions
During our recent Protest Arts module, the JumpstART students have been exploring ideas and issues that are significant to them through creative activities including print-making, dance, music and film. We would like to invite you to experience some of our students’ work at a series of three celebration events, which include a live protest art performance, exhibition and pop-up shop. Read More
Artist good practice sharing event – Working in care home settings
Following the completion of our recent Our Place project, we are delighted to offer an opportunity for artists either working in, or wishing to work in, care settings, to come together and share good practice.
Date: Monday, 4th December
Time: 2:00 – 4:30pm
Venue: Wellbeing Studio at DanceEast, Ipswich, IP4 1DW Read more
Upcoming arts events support Suffolk Artlink – thanks Lucy!
Lucy Perry and friends are raising funds for us at their ‘have a go’ at woodcut printmaking at Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre on 24th -26th November and the Heart of Suffolk Winter Exhibition 1st – 3rd December in Thorpe Morieux. Read more.
Meet the Artist: Sarah Franklin
This month we bring you community dance artist, Sarah, who used her creative magic to make sure our recent project in care homes across Suffolk was moving in more ways than one. Read more.
If, like Lucy, you’d like to raise funds for Suffolk Artlink at an event you are holding, please get in touch – we can provide you with banners, leaflets, posters and stickers to help you on your way!
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