Past events - 2016

15 June 2016
Dry Water

Story spinners - Wednesday 15th June 2 -3.30pm Amble Library Participatory story telling for people living with dementia and their carers.

15 June 2016, 17 June 2016
Paintings in Hospitals

artWalks are a fun, free, and fast way to discover great art on your doorstep.

Don't spend another lunchbreak at your desk! Don't even think about sitting in that same old chain restaurant...

15 June 2016, 16 June 2016, 17 June 2016, 18 June 2016
Paintings in Hospitals

This summer Paintings in Hospitals: Showcase returns with an exhibition highlighting key artworks from the charity’s extensive collection.

15 June 2016
Death Cafe

Join hosts Laura-Jane Smith, Louise de Winter, Anna Lyons and David Blackwell at The Menier Gallery to discuss all matters of death, dying, life and living over tea a

15 June 2016
Wychavon District Council

Music performance and participation for people living with dementia and their carers. The O'Farrells are a family band playing 'raucous folk' music originating from Irish, English and Scotish musical roots.

15 June 2016
The Powerhouse

The Powerhouse is an organisation that works with women with learning difficulties. The activities running during the day will be dance, walk and talk and art and crafts.

15 June 2016
Art4Space

Come and see our inspiring community arts centre and learn about our services.

15 June 2016, 16 June 2016, 17 June 2016
Royal British Society of Sculptors

As part of this year’s FIRST@108 Public Art Award which is focussing on Art & Health, the Royal British Society of Sculptors is hosting an exhibition which explores how differently we each perceive and interpret sensory stimuli, que

15 June 2016
Southbank Mosaics CIC

On Wednesday 15th June we will be running sessions with children from school with additional needs (from 10am - 2.30pm) and then from 4pm - 6pm we will run sessions for young people in trouble with the law.

15 June 2016, 16 June 2016, 17 June 2016
Bethlem Gallery

Due to unforeseen circumstances the planned exhibition for June had to be postponed, however, Bethlem Gallery are delighted to present Where Your Presence Resides, an exhibition of drawings by Samantha Sakya.

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