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National Lottery & Arts Council England Funded : Art for Wellbeing Workshops

Online Provision Produced by Arts La'Olam




Arts La’Olam are excited to announce the start of a programme of free events, commissions and participatory online workshops that bring families and people of all ages together in a spirit of creative celebration, addressing social isolation and creating legacy artworks that commemorate these curious and crucial times.

Thanks to a generous grant from Arts Council England the Arts La’Olam mission to bring global arts and music into community settings is repositioning to the digital environment. Eight dedicated projects with artists, working in new and innovative ways, are bringing the life-enhancing energy of the arts into our homes.

#betweenspaces seeks to close the gaps we may be feeling acutely right now and honour the potential for creativity in our reduced surroundings.


1. Helen McDonald’s Telephone Jazz Singalong for Elders

2. Hannah Aria’s Creative Change, Everyday Household Art Workshops

3. The Mind Festival Presented in Partnership with Suffolk Pride

4. Video Link Music Workshops with Fiston Lusambo

5. Kaddish; Ana Silvera Song Commission feat. Sefo Kanuteh

6. Anna Mudeka and The African Choir of Norfolk; Moving Online

7. Mariachi Las Adelitas: In Solidarity Music Video

8. Tim Germain Bench Project with East Bergholt Equality and Diversity Group


Hannah Aria: Creative Change, Art for Wellbeing Online Workshops,

Fridays at 1.30pm from 12th June 2020

Hannah has devised a series of interactive online workshops to be delivered on Friday afternoons at 1.30pm to support mental health service users and those struggling with lockdown.

The first session took place on 12th June 2020. Workshops are designed to be fun and inclusive inspiring people to unleash their imagination using simple objects around the home.

Ultimately, the ambition is to curate the artworks in an exhibition at Quay Place, Ipswich in March 2021, where participants stories and lived experiences of lockdown can unfold.

No artistic talent or experience is required, this is great chance to have fun, create and connect.

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General Details

National Lottery & Arts Council England Funded : Art for Wellbeing Workshops

Online Provision Produced by Arts La'Olam #betweenspaces

Hannah is a Neuro-divergent, Conceptual, Mixed Media Artist working in both Ipswich & Colchester. She is currently being supported by The Mercury Creatives Development, Programme funded by The European Regional Development Fund and South East Creatives. Hannah has recently benefited from Emergency Covid 19 funding from The National Lottery and Arts Council England to enable her to continue with her Art for Wellbeing Workshops while also undertaking some research and development. Hannah is a keen advocate for ADHD awareness, equality and reasonable adjustments. She will be undertaking a Solo Exhibition at The Carousel Gallery, Framlingham on 22nd July for one week and is pricing in accordance to the #ARTISTSUPPORTPLEDGE. This is a great opportunity to own some fantastic, original Art and support the cultural economy.

'I love to explore complex mediums and textures'.

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Fridays 1.30pm- Weekly online video tutorials and 8pm Friday Evenings Live Show & Tell
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Fantastic Art for Wellbeing Workshops!
Really fun and encouraging, gentle and cheerfull, Hannah is engaging and supportive. It's a twice weekly pick-me-up and an opportunity to try arts & crafts for the first time.