Bulwell Arts Week 2021
As we draw a close to this year’s festival I just wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone that has taken part. We had no idea what it would look like this year but I hope we’ve created something for everyone!
A massive Thanks to all the Artists, Musicians, Poets and new friends who have performed and created things especially for us. Our wonderful Artists who have led our school workshops, to the young people in our collaborative film project, Organisations, and of course you the community.
Our saying is ‘By the Community for the Community’ and although its been slightly different this year we have thrived once again with our collaborative schools Project ‘Bulwell Blossoms’ with City Arts, ChalleNGe Nottingham, Mighty Creatives, our 4 Schools and all the Children that have participated this year. The results of the project has been amazing and they have brought color back once again to Bulwell.
We hope to provide something for all ages but providing opportunities through creativity for our younger generation and investing in their mental health, their needs and giving them a chance to immerse themselves within all mediums of creativity can only help create a healthier and more balanced community.
I’ll leave with something I started with at the beginning of the week from Rick Hall from Ignite Futures, quoting a professor at Harvard University. ” There’s a spark in every child and it’s the responsibility of the adults around the children to find ways to ignite that spark.”
With Many thanks from the BAF Team and myself Nicola – Bulwell Arts Festival co ordinator. I will leave you with something that will make you smile! Thank you!
Join Asif-Qu today at 2pm – Introduction to Middle Eastern Percussion.
Coming up this evening…Hothouse Theatre!
Hothouse Theatre presents an hour of ghost stories and spooky goings on. Not for the faint hearted, this hour will be filled with a combination of classic ghost stories from M. R. James and Charles Dickens, as well as a few eerie tales from Bulwell.
Why not find a nice quite spot, draw the curtains and listen in … if you dare!
This is an evening that will scare your pants off! The Haunted Hour will be live streamed on Hothouse Theatre’s facebook page here 8pm https://www.facebook.com/Hothouse-Theatre-1641701209407927/
Tonight 7:30pm Zoetry -Poetry on Zoom!
Please join us at 7:30pm where 17 poets perform their magic in this open mic poetry event.
Its going to be wonderful and we can’t wait!
There are few spaces avaliable if any one else would like to perform . If you would like to take up these last slots please contact Joy Rice @ firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP
If you would like to view this event then please follow the link below and enter the password…Enjoy!
Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85119016318 Meeting ID: 851 1901 6318 Passcode: 747385
Join Artist Sarah Turner where she shows you how to make wonderful flowers out of plastic bottles.The results are stunning! Be sure to join in @3:30pm
Playing now – Claire Finn Living Ghost and Voice of the seasons
Coming up this evening
Join Actor Claire Finn this evening @ 7:30pm with two of her spoken word films titled ‘Living Ghost’ and ‘The Voice of All Seasons’
Links to the performances will be posted this evening. Be sure to look out for them on our website and facebook page. Hope to see you there!
Coming up today…
We have an How to video with Artist Rachel Scanlon. She shows you how to make flowers out of reycled materials from 3:30pm – Great after school Fun for all the family.
At 7:30pm Join versitile Artist Anna Sharpe -Jones where she performs her own Poetry work titled ‘Between the lines’
The Live Team – Highbury Hospital Mosaic Project with Artist Anna Dixon
During May, June and July mosaic artist, Anna Dixon, ran a series of collaborative art workshops at the Highbury Hospital Community Garden at the Highbury Hospital site. Service users, staff, volunteers and carers worked together to create several mosaic plaques on the theme of nature.
Here you will see the stunning results and we love them!
The plaques will be installed in the Highbury Community Garden for all to enjoy!