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Paa Joe & The Lion

Project began: 2013

In May 2013 Paa Joe and his son Jacob travelled from Ghana to the UK taking part in an artist residency in the stunning surroundings of  Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire.  The…

Creativity In Care

Project began: 2013

The Creativity in Care programme aims to explore creative and sus­tainable approaches to promote the well-being outcomes of older people in residential care.  Projects seek to develop sustainable oppor­tunities for…

WEYA+

Project began: 2012

Following World Event Young Artists 2012, WEYA+ was organised to celebrate the work of Kurdish artists. This event was organised predominantly to showcase the work of 4 Kurdish performers that…

Breath of Sound

Project began: 2012

A Breath of Sound was part of a community engagement programme City Arts developed for World Event Young Artists. WEYA was Nottingham’s flagship Cultural Olympiad Festival, bringing over 1,000 artists…

Nottingham Silk Route

Project began: 2012

As part of the World Event Young Artists festival, established textile maker Ali Pretty (Artistic Director of Kinetika) in collaboration with local spoken word artist and writer Panya Banjoko were…

More Than One Anchor

Project began: 2012

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…

Resonation

Project began: 2012

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…

Targeted Mental Health in Schools

Project began: 2011

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…

Clay Transformations

Project began: 2011

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,…

As We Move From Shadows

Project began: 2010

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…

Solo Art, Solo Heart

Project began: 2009

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…

Mischief Makers

Project began: 2009

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…

Starchild and the Big Walk

Project began: 2008

The Big Walk was an extraordinary journey taken by the Starchild and her big brother Atom. These unique, larger than life puppets were developed as part of a national project,…

Imagination Our Nation

Project began: 2008

Imagination Our Nation was a national project developed by Kinetika. Starting in 2008, it was a creative response to the excitement of the Olympics and all the opportunities it offered…

Artists In Exile

Project began: 2008

City Arts has a strong track record of working with new arrival communities in Nottingham. The programme of work with arrival communities was initially established through a research and development…

Projects with Older People

Project began: 2007

City Arts Nottingham has a long history of projects with older people and communities, creating participatory workshops that promote positive well-being, tell people’s stories and explore different artforms. Key projects…