|Action Factory is working in partnership with the libraries and other partners to bring activities, arts and friendship to 3 libraries in the borough. communitylivingroom.co.uk|
The first phase of taster sessions have now come to an end. For more details, email Lucy (email@example.com) We shall be offering Chat & Craft Sessions from 16th March 2015 until we have set up the activities for the next phase. Starting in Darwen Library at 10 am on Monday morning.
In answer to requests from teachers and a change in curriculum, we have developed workshops specifically for primary schools which explore some classic works, such as Shakespeare: "A Mid Summer Night's Dream" and "Odysseus". Please contact Kerry for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
We have come to the end of the first phase of our new Arts Council Funded project which brought artists together with groups from religious backgrounds, asylum and refugee communities and a group orginally set up as a mental health project to perform at the Cathedral in Blackburn. Pics to follow. For more information contact email@example.com
Our new address is Suite 25, King's Court, 33 King Street, Blackburn BB2 2DH. New telephone no is 01254 296075. Email addresses remain the same and you can get us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Funding Arts Council England
Action Factory are delighted to announce a new focus of work funded by Arts Council England under their Grant for the Arts programme. We will be using the words Home, Hidden and Roam to inspire artists working with groups of people from different backgrounds, circumstances and ethnicities. More details will follow soon!
Contact Kerry Tuhill for more details if you are interested in getting involved in attending one of our performance sessions.
Future Shorts Pop Up Film Festival
Further information about Future Shorts in Blackburn : email@example.com or calling: 07552 639633
We are pleased to be working with Wigan Leisure and Culture Trust and the Bickershaw community again on phase 3 of the AGMA arts engagement project.
We have recently delivered some exciting sessions in local schools on a variety of topics: racism, cyber-bullying, buddhism and waterplay! Please get in touch if you would like us to come and talk to you about our dynamic and unforgetable sessions. We are able to create something especially for a topic you wish to focus on.
Action Factory is working with schools in Lancashire to raise attainment levels. Our methods have achieved quantitative results. Please contact Janet to find out if we can help your school.
Please don't forget to read our blog, to keep in touch with what we are up to!
Please note there will be an Annual General Meeting 0 22nd April at 6.00pm, King's Court, Blackburn BB2 2DH. Please inform firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend.
Action Factory manages and facilitates participatory arts workshops, projects and schemes.
We use all forms of art to engage with people, using creativity to unlock a person's potential, develop their self confidence and increase their sense of belonging. There is no limit to where we can work, inside, outside ... in all sorts of different buildings and locations. We haven't worked underwater .... yet!
Action Factory Community Arts is a participatory arts company with over 27 years' experience. We are based in Blackburn and facilitate arts projects around the North West. Examples of our work can be seen in projects and gallery sections of the website. If you do not find the information you are looking for on the website then please contact us.
Action Factory Community Arts won the creative inspiration award at the Creativity Works Awards: "... truly a people-based company that invests heavily in training and support for both staff and volunteers as well as the thousands of groups and individuals who have and continue to benefit from their caring, nurturing, creative and magical approach. Creativity Works is proud to recognise the importance and value of having a world class participatory arts company in East Lancashire. A high percentage of creative people and people working in the creative industries in the area owe some of their success to working with, for or just an encounter with Action Factory Community Arts."