Artists and mental health professionals speak about mental health, creativity and self care
In this video support worker Saffron, artist Meridith and photographer & CAMHS volunteer Neve talk about their experiences of getting help with their mental health. We hear how art can…Read more: 'Artists and mental health professionals speak about mental health, creativity and self care'
Artist Honey Williams on mental health, facing misogynoir and her artistic inspirations
Young people involved in our Express Yourself project posed questions to brilliant Nottingham-based artist Honey Williams. Honey describes herself as a Sonic and Visual Artist & Designer. She is an…Read more: 'Artist Honey Williams on mental health, facing misogynoir and her artistic inspirations'
Alan Sillitoe and Nottingham – An Oral History
Four films that examine the inspiration behind and impact of Saturday Night and Sunday Morning by legendary Nottingham writer Alan Sillitoe. Alan grew up in poverty in Radford, Nottingham. Both…Read more: 'Alan Sillitoe and Nottingham – An Oral History'
“My Mother Tongue” by Antonia Attwood
https://player.vimeo.com/video/98424930 Watch Antonia Attwood's stunning film "My Mother Tongue". We selected this short for ‘A Journey: Loneliness, Hope & Resilience’, our latest exhibition at the University of Nottingham's Institute of…Read more: '“My Mother Tongue” by Antonia Attwood'
Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the Cerebral Palsy World Games 2015
https://www.youtube.com/embed/2THOuvepIAY This video captures the incredible City Arts-produced opening and closing ceremonies for the Cerebral Palsy World Games 2015 at Harvey Hadden Stadium, Nottingham. The opening ceremony was directed by…Read more: 'Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the Cerebral Palsy World Games 2015'
“Disability arts… worth fighting for?” – Discussions at City Arts
https://www.youtube.com/embed/4-PqnBA4WhI As the 2015 CPISRA World Games opened in Nottingham, we held a debate on the value of disabled people’s participation in culture: Can art really make a difference to…Read more: '“Disability arts… worth fighting for?” – Discussions at City Arts'
Carnival Parades in Nottingham City Centre
https://www.youtube.com/embed/y4frC7bupzc Here's a great little video created by Rosemary Alexander-Jones. It documents some of the preparations and processions for last years Night of Festivals in Nottingham, from the perspective somebody…Read more: 'Carnival Parades in Nottingham City Centre'
Sea themed carnival troupe for Nottingham Caribbean Carnival
A short film of our troupe, 'Neptune's Ocean Trash Can', in the 2013 Nottingham Caribbean Carnival. A huge thank-you to everyone who joined in and supported us for the Caribbean…Read more: 'Sea themed carnival troupe for Nottingham Caribbean Carnival'
Young people’s music and dance showcase in Mansfield
https://www.youtube.com/embed/RZ5HDKUAs6k This video shows the rehearsals for, performance of and response to The Elements, a wonderful showcase of work by the young participants of City Arts' Resonation programme. It features…Read more: 'Young people’s music and dance showcase in Mansfield'
Nottingham Silk Route
https://www.youtube.com/embed/jOst8Uej4Yw For World Event Young Artists City Arts worked with established textile maker Ali Pretty (Kinetica) and poet Panya Banjoko to deliver a textiles project with Nottingham community groups and…Read more: 'Nottingham Silk Route'
More than one anchor
https://www.youtube.com/embed/u_Xi8uqgY70 City Arts devised the 'More than one anchor' programme to build on the work of Artists in Exile, our programme of support for refugee and new arrival artists and…Read more: 'More than one anchor'
Nottingham Poetry Workshop
https://www.youtube.com/embed/ddlI9Wl7WEg "More than one anchor" is one of four programmes that were put together by City Arts for World Event Young Artists 2012. This particular strand of work was developed…Read more: 'Nottingham Poetry Workshop'