Aiming to embed dance in the Government’s Health & Wellbeing agenda in England.
Training programme for all those working with young children - events until Sept 2017
Lewisham Live 2017 officially finished on Monday after weeks of fantastic performances and workshop opportunities for young people across Lewisham.
Animate Orchestra’s one-day course round up the festival, with a brilliant public showcase after hours of hard work creating new music.
Lewisham's strong plans for Catford lost out to Waltham Forest and Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation, in London, to embed arts and culture in communities. Image: Barnsley's historic Town Hall
Lata Nobes (Albany Young Creatives) and Jane Hendrie enjoyed an inspiring morning at Millwall Football Ground for the SELCHP Community Fund award ceremony.
Taking up her post in April, Gemma will continue to broaden and develop Blackheath Halls’ diverse programme of concerts and events, as well as building on the venue’s thriving community programmes.
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Last week Natalie Clarke, Lewisham Live Co-ordinator, visited a Live Composers rehearsal with Deptford Green School, and got behind the scenes.
Lewisham launched with a bang last week with open rehearsals and sharing sessions at the new experimental gallery space; Tate Exchange.
Now, as March approaches the festival gets into full swing with back to back events across some of Lewisham's most prestigious venues.
Lewisham Live 2017, a festival celebrating young peoples talents in music and dance, officially starts next week with open rehearsals and showcases at the newly opened Tate Exchange.
Lewisham Live is made up of a selection of music, dance and collaborative performances by young people from the borough - some of whom have been mentored by professional choreographers and composers, and others who are getting the chance to perform in renowned venues for the very first time.
Transfer of Lewisham Music Service & Hub to Lewisham Music, a new registered charity from 1 April 2017 heralding a bright and sustainable future
Cultural Learning Alliance has published ImagineNation: the value of cultural learning. This new publication builds on their original ImagineNation: the case for cultural learning published in 2011, and sets out how studying arts and culture changes and shapes the lives of children and young people.
Professor Michael Archer and Catherine Sercombe will join our team of outstanding speakers at this LEAN event exploring the myths around studying arts subjects in school and the impact on career and life choices, and how we can dispel them
Have your young people gone on to further study, training or employment (especially non arts), where the arts have been a help rather than a barrier?