More Than One Anchor
More than one anchor was one of four programmes devised by City Arts for World Event Young Artists 2012. This work was developed by acclaimed international artists Choman Hardi, Gaylan Nazhad…Read more: 'More Than One Anchor'
Resonation was developed during 2012-2013 with a grant from Youth Music and is a programme focused on engaging young people from ex-mining communities in north Nottinghamshire in partnership with the…Read more: 'Resonation'
Targeted Mental Health in Schools
The TaMHS project was part of a national Department of Health initiative developed out of the desire to encourage innovation and whole school approaches supporting the emotional health and well-being…Read more: 'Targeted Mental Health in Schools'
Clay Transformations was an innovative research project based at the University of Nottingham which investigated the therapeutic effects of using clay in work with teenagers dealing with feelings of anger,…Read more: 'Clay Transformations'
Arts on Prescription Research Report
A report into the findings of a research study on Arts on Prescription, City Arts' community based arts project designed to promote mental health.Read more: 'Arts on Prescription Research Report'
Night of Festivals
City Arts has been central to the development of this festival led by ArtReach, Independent Creative Producers. First bursting onto Nottingham’s streets in 2010, Night of Festivals has a huge…Read more: 'Night of Festivals'
As We Move From Shadows
Curated by Alma Cunliffe, As We Move From Shadows (2010) was an installation piece inspired by the Arts on prescription programme. City Arts commissioned artist Clair Rushton to create an…Read more: 'As We Move From Shadows'
Solo Art, Solo Heart
The acclaimed international performance showcase Solo Art, Solo Heart, devised and organised by City Arts came to Nottingham in 2009 and again in 2011 with a stunning line-up of international…Read more: 'Solo Art, Solo Heart'
Elders Dance Project – Executive Summary
This report details the evaluation conducted by researchers of the University of Nottingham, working with the Elders Dance Project, and supported by City Arts. The report seeks to capture the…Read more: 'Elders Dance Project – Executive Summary'
Institute of Mental Health Exhibitions
Since 2009, City Arts has co-ordinated exhibitions at the Institute of Mental Health in Nottingham in partnership with University of Nottingham. These were; Identity, Visions, Voices, Interiors and Diversity. This…Read more: 'Institute of Mental Health Exhibitions'
The Mischief Makers was a performance project working with young people to made mischief at Nottingham’s major festivals and outdoor events including Light Night and Nottingham Carnival. A number of…Read more: 'Mischief Makers'
City Arts goes to school
A report detailing City Arts' work making large scale, permanent public art for three Nottingham secondary schools. The art was created with young people at risk of being excluded from…Read more: 'City Arts goes to school'