Eight new online free projects especially for elders, disability groups, mental health service users and cultural art lovers...
Suffolk-based Arts La’Olam are hosting an online programme of free events, commissions and participatory online workshops that bring families and people of all ages together in creative celebration, addressing social isolation and creating artworks that commemorate the curious and crucial times we are living through. Thanks to an Arts Council England grant, the Arts La’Olam mission to bring global arts and music into community settings is moving to the digital environment. Eight projects with artists working in new ways, bring 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 within our reduced surroundings.
Helen McDonald’s Telephone Jazz Singalong for Elders, dial up 01473 561 027 and sing Jazz Queen classics with an amazing Jazz Singer
Hannah Aria’s Creative Change, Everyday Household Art Workshops, no experience necessary, a really friendly group for mental health support through creative projects
The Online Mind Festival Presented in Partnership with Suffolk Pride, recovery community DJS, workshops, talks and dance with people promoting an alcohol & drug free lifestyle
Video Jam Music Workshops with Fiston Lusambo for People with Disabilities and their Families & Carers, no experience necessary, Tuesdays at 5pm from July 7th
Kaddish; Ana Silvera Song Commission feat. Sefo Kanuteh, to be released 1st October
Anna Mudeka and The African Choir of Norfolk; Online Choir Workshops, open to everyone with African heritage, a chance to get together and sing traditional songs
Mariachi Las Adelitas: In Solidarity Music Video, to be released 1st September
Tim Germain Bench Project with East Bergholt Equality and Diversity Group, online community art workshops and a new bench in the Munnings Museum, Dedham
Arts La’Olam is an artist development agency and booking agent for musicians, storytellers, dancers and theatre makers. We also represent visual artists and create public art and community mural projects through Art Eat Festival.
We are a not for profit organisation working closely with amazing artists, producing dynamic events and advocating increased cultural diversity in arts programming across the UK.
We are a production company, accessing finance for projects and managing festivals, theatre and music tours. Specialising in liaison and production we arrange life-enhancing performances, participatory workshops, and art projects for audience enjoyment, community creativity and cultural education.