“The residency supported… the careers of young people wanting to go into the arts.”
The Squire Performing Arts Centre is a versatile creative space for performing arts based at Nottingham Girls High School on Arboretum Street, opened in 2017 as a platform for all…Read more: '“The residency supported… the careers of young people wanting to go into the arts.”'
“I was constantly surprised how well I felt I was doing”
Cawley is 27 years old and a member of our Young Producers group. Young Producers is a group for 18-30 year olds looking to be a part of Nottingham’s thriving…Read more: '“I was constantly surprised how well I felt I was doing”'
Resilience, Creativity and Innovation through the Pandemic – City Arts AGM 2021
Watch City Arts’ first public Annual General Meeting. The live broadcast was a chance to find out how we responded to the pandemic with creativity and innovation. https://youtu.be/oQj6Iq5Ja4I In this…Read more: 'Resilience, Creativity and Innovation through the Pandemic – City Arts AGM 2021'
“Dockyards, Demos and New Directions” in Nottingham
Earlier this year, we were delighted to support Compass Presents' "Dockyards, Demo’s & New Directions" project. Still from 'Black Sheriff of Nottingham' (1989) Dockyards, Demo’s & New Directions is an…Read more: '“Dockyards, Demos and New Directions” in Nottingham'
Six short films celebrating Nottingham’s rebellious creativity – Our Place
Enjoy these fantastic films created by the Young Producers at City Arts. They are our contribution to Junction Arts' Our Place project. The group collaborated with Luke Radford and Toby…Read more: 'Six short films celebrating Nottingham’s rebellious creativity – Our Place'
City Arts (Nottingham) to receive £26,000 from third round of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund
More than £100 million has been awarded to hundreds of cultural organisations across the country including City Arts (Nottingham) in the latest round of support from the Culture Recovery Fund,…Read more: 'City Arts (Nottingham) to receive £26,000 from third round of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund'
10 creative video tutorials to help boost your wellbeing
Watch free video tutorials for mindful art activities you can try at home. They are designed for people who have not done much art before. The activities can be adapted…Read more: '10 creative video tutorials to help boost your wellbeing'
“I didn’t know that my mental health would improve so much”
Andrea is 57 years old. During the third UK COVID-19 lockdown, she took part in several of our Create to Connect workshops. A response to the pandemic, Create to Connect…Read more: '“I didn’t know that my mental health would improve so much”'
Meet Katie – City Arts’ Creative Pathways Intern
For the next six month, Katie Inglis is joining the City Arts team as an Intern through Lakeside Arts’ Creative Pathways programme. Tell us a little about yourself? I’m Katie,…Read more: 'Meet Katie – City Arts’ Creative Pathways Intern'
Old Time Sayings – members of Nottingham’s African-Caribbean community share words of wisdom
During the UK's second COVID-19 lockdown, poet Panya Banjoko worked with older members of Nottingham's African-Caribbean community. To ensure the safety of all involved, Panya ran 1 to 1 workshops…Read more: 'Old Time Sayings – members of Nottingham’s African-Caribbean community share words of wisdom'
Free Download! A mindful art activity booklet to reduce isolation…
Download 'Create to Connect', our free PDF activity booklet. The specially designed booklets detail art activities that you can do at home, on your own or in a group. They…Read more: 'Free Download! A mindful art activity booklet to reduce isolation…'
In solidarity with Honey Williams
For context, please see this Nottingham Post article and listen to Honey on Black Womans Hour. City Arts is proud to have been hosting Honey Williams as our artist in…Read more: 'In solidarity with Honey Williams'