In this strange time we are trying to connect with people through online arts projects. It is a vulnerable time for everyone. Here are some photographs from people who we are working with – colleagues, communities, friends and families sharing what our lives are like at the moment.
In this strange time we are trying to connect with people using online arts projects. In this session our Art Facilitator, Emma, shows Iolo how to make a collage with things we can find around the house.
We’ve just entered Coronavirus Lockdown in the UK and we’ve been looking at how we can reach out and connect with people and maybe help them, just a little, to feel less isolated. With our new “Creating Calm” programme we will be doing just that.
In this Zoom session, our food expert Sian helps our group to make the most of the food in their cupboards. This week, they attempt Bread and Butter pudding.
This project is part of our Creating Calm programme, in partnership with Ty Canna Outreach Service and funded by the Coronavirus Resilience Fund.
In this strange time we are trying to connect to the most vulnerable people through online arts projects. Here are some photographs from people who we are working with – communities, friends and families are showing us what their lives are like at the moment. Come back and have a look again, as they will be adding to this online gallery documenting this unusual time in all our lives. Stay safe all.
In this strange time we are trying to connect to the most vulnerable people through online arts projects. We will be working with people online to draw, write, paint, make music, relax and improve wellbeing.
The great news for Breathe Creative is that we have been successful in our bid to The National Lottery Community Fund – we have been funded nearly £10,000 for our project ‘Beyond the Label’, working creatively and using Arts for Wellbeing.
Write a letter to a neighbour… What would you say?
Can you design your very own stamp?
Use an owl, pigeon or magical creature to send or hand deliver.
Made with help from Community United Barry 4 Everyone Centre (CUBE) - who are a collective of Barry residents who’ve come together to make a difference for families living with or affected by mental health, suicide, grief and loss , domestic abuse and substances.