Charity Arts Centre News'S ARCHIVE

  • Our thanks to tutor Dawn Taylor who recently ran LifewithArt’s very first yoga workshops. The clients attended from the ‘Moving Forward Project’ at local community organisation St. James Centre which helps young adults with disabilities develop fulfilling and enjoyable lives. The workshops kicked off with a yoga circle, to unite the group, and a fun disco warm […]

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  • Looking back over the first half of the year it’s incredible to see what we’ve accomplished at LifewithArt. In the few months from March through August we took on 7 brand new Charity Arts Centres spread from Frimley in the east to Taunton in the south-west up to Walsall in the north-west. To the uninitiated opening 7 centres in a […]

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  • This summer saw another fun filled occupation at Hays House. Residents from local care homes visited the LifewithArt Charity Arts Centre to enjoy another round of workshops. Clients from Queens Court Care Home were delighted with the wool bowls they made embellished with buttons, sequins, glitter and feathers. The group also tried their hand at decorating […]

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  • April and May were a busy couple of months in Bridge House Charity Arts Centre, Brierley Hill. Clients from Cheshire Care Services attended an array of workshops in the building where they really got their creative juices flowing. LwA Tutor Angel Caval and her team led the group through workshops in ceramics, printing, arts and […]

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  • Kaz Trinder, LifewithArt tutor in Frimley, graduated in 2014 with a BA (Hons) in creative arts from Bath Spa University. Kaz has a passion for bringing art to the local community. She runs Tinker box, for little artists, Out of the Box after school arts club and has recently started a new venture running a community […]

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  • LifewithArt is very pleased to again be working with clients from Dreamcatcher PSP after so long. We were sad to say good-bye to the group when our North-Shields Charity Arts Centre closed in December 2012. It was nice to see some familiar faces when the group, from Bishop Aukland, took part in a series of […]

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  • Halton stroke survivors have been getting creative during Make May Purple, with a range of purple flower sculptures, to celebrate the Stroke Association’s national awareness month. The Stroke Association is calling on everyone to ‘go purple’ this May to help raise vital funds and to show support for people who have been affected by stroke. On Monday 15th May […]

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  • Sarah Walker is a freelance writer & editor who joined LifewithArt a year ago as Gallery Manager for Euro House in Stirling. Following careers in estate agency and television presenting – and finally putting her English degree to good use – Sarah began writing for property and lifestyle magazines in 2006. Since then, she’s produced a […]

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  • What is imagination? What do we use it for? These are just some of the questions Heeley City Farm service users had the chance to explore during their LifewithArt drama workshops in Sheffield. Everyone offered ideas and took turns performing with instruction from LwA tutors Marie and Eliie who helped the group focus on artistic […]

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  • LifewithArt is delighted with our new buildings in Stretford, Bristol and Londonderry. We have really had room to stretch our legs in these old B&Q properties coming up with inventive ways to use the amazing space at our disposal. In Londonderry a local group from the Rainbow Project are gearing up for the Foyle Pride […]

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