Worthing Music and Arts Festival

While there’s an emphasis on soul, guests can enjoy a heady mix of R&B, dance, jazz, hip hop, blues and pop throughout the year. Headline performances are programmed alongside emerging artists, providing an opportunity to experience world-class talent in an intimate space. From The Beach Boys to Basement Jaxx, Jessie Ware, Jax Jones, Tom Misch and Trevor Nelson; enjoy an eclectic lineup, beautifully curated by The Arts Club’s inhouse music team. cdoass.com For instance, we are now offering a filming & editing service for our projects allowing schools to share the special experiences of their pupils with their communities despite the ongoing restrictions. See the OLSM creative journey video on this page below to view what’s possible and get in touch for details and fees via our contact form. The programme has engaged thousands of primary and secondary schools through providing free resources.

  • Hurtling through trance, techno and rave with white-knuckle abandon, this one’s prime picking for your pre-party antics this weekend.
  • It regularly hosts engaging exhibitions of art from the last century along with lectures, workshops and night time openings.
  • Selected artworks will be featured in an online virtual exhibition for the duration of the festival.
  • We are a charity and run our own early years classes (for children aged 0-5 and their parents/carers), intergenerational singing sessions and our award-winning Mini-Gigs for families.
  • We’re also only a stone’s throw away from London’s notorious West End where a variety of GSA productions are presented.

Nestled between the trees you will find independent practitioners offering traditional and non-traditional treatments to relax, cure and revitalise. Get even closer to the artists from the music stages, gaining insight into their culture as we invite them to cook their favourite dishes from home, interspersed with enlightening conversations and a little music. Accomplished young musicians will find that Arts Award develops leadership skills and encourages wider exploration of the world of live and recorded music, music training and a wide range of careers.

These music resources are currently being used by over 80 schools including a British International School and we launched our Drama series in February followed by Dance in April. The scholarships are open to all current Loughborough University students from the East Midlands and London campuses. Art forms may include any genre of music, creative writing, poetry, photography, film, animation, any genre of dance, performing arts, textiles, visual arts and crafts. The Ruskin School of Art offers life drawing courses during term time, available at a discounted rate to University members. As the home of Oxford University’s Fine Art Department, the school often holds exhibitions of current students’ work, in addition to hosting collaborative art events. GFMA work with artists from around the world, from a diverse range of cultures and creative disciplines, allowing us to offer a unique opportunity to experience the best of a wide variety art forms and traditions.

Jazz at St Johns Church Garden Waterloo London SE1 8TY

If you are an existing member accessing this website for the first time, enter your membership number and select ‘Forgotten Password’ to set up your account via email. We’re home to a superb variety of successful and talented orchestras and choirs open to all students who wish to audition. Selected artworks will be featured in an online virtual exhibition for the duration of the festival.

Thanks to our Supporters, we can support artists, our team and the global community of writers and creatives who make Crack Magazine. Support today to keep Crack independent, and get a host of music-related benefits in return. The Presteigne Festival takes place each August, with six music-filled days spanning the Bank Holiday period. Youth Music’s vision is that life-changing music-making is available to all children and young people. Every year, Youth Music funds around 300 projects nationwide, supporting more than 80,000 children and young people to make music and develop their skills with a strong focus on reaching children and young people most in need. In Harmony In Harmony is a national programme that aims to inspire and transform the lives of children, using the power and disciplines of ensemble music-making.

Earlier this year, the event staged its belated fifth anniversary celebrations in the scenic foothills of the Grampians. An all-star cast of international and national DJs joined revellers at the outing, which took place at the tail-end of Australian summertime. The scholarships must be in addition to your course – so if you study Fine Art you can’t apply for support for your artistic practice which is linked to your degree course.

Inclusive Music Groups

You can visit our 16-day Summer Festival and enjoy world class music and art in this beautiful and historic corner of England, which encompasses the ancient ports of Deal, Sandwich and Dover. You can participate in one or more of our education programmes, or you can work with us as a volunteer, becoming part of the Deal Music & Arts family. We’re home to a flourishing arts community and offer a wide range of classes, groups and musical ensembles.

Music, arts and culture

We are part of Arts Together because as a small charity, we know how useful it is to collaborate, be part of something bigger and to learn from others. We are also able to provide on site CPD and wellbeing sessions for teachers and support staff. LU Arts is committed to inclusivity and representing the student community we serve. In May 2021 UMAT presented their first outdoor Jazz event at St John’s Church Garden Waterloo. This not for profit group was founded by vocalist Stephen Pierre in March 2018. Recently, the Exeter College JCR has given money to help fund student productions such as Pussyfooting in 2016, a play which explored gender and performed femininity, and subsequently found success at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Gather at intimate tables with friends, dance late into the evening and fall into sumptuous sofas to soak up the magic. All levels of Arts Award involve a degree of participation, reflection and gathering evidence appropriate to the level. Evidence can be provided by children and young people in a wide range of formats including written evidence and/or illustrations; blogs; social media; audio and visual recording; as well as Makaton, signs and symbols. We offer free resources to support evidencing Arts Award, and centres can develop their own methods.