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Hello all,

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Prism Arts has made the decision to suspend our weekly Studio Programme and Creative Arts sessions in Carlisle and West Cumbria from today, 16 March, until the end of term on Friday 27th March.  This is due to a member of staff self-isolating. We are taking this measure as a precaution meeting current government guidance and our own policies.

No-one in or connected to the organisation has been diagnosed with Covid-19. We decided on this measure as we have several vulnerable people who attend our sessions and our main priority is to ensure their safety.
The office is remaining open, so if you have any questions please get in touch with the office directly; 01228 587691

We will be reviewing this during the Easter Break, which ends on April 14th. We will be in touch in advance of this date to let you know when we plan to reopen our workshops.

We hope you all understand and that you all keep yourselves safe and well during these challenging times.
Current government health recommendations can be found here; https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

 

Whale Tales  is a 18-month research, engagement and participation programme focussing on a juvenile Fin Whale found at Drigg. Working with a consortium of six West Coast schools.

 

Carlisle Textiles will research Carlisle’s textile industry from the 1700’s, looking at how the major changes in technology and transportation made Carlisle into one of the country’s major textile towns.

 

Studio Theatre West Coast
The company are working on a new heritage project researching the life and times of prominent German Modern Artist Kurt Schwitters.

 

Studio Theatre Carlisle
The company have just completed a tour of their production “Four Treasures” 

 

DSC_0402 (640x427)Studio Workshop are working on on our project “Uncovering Carlisle’s Textile Revolution”. A Heritage Lottery funder project to research and interpret Carlisle’s textile manufacturing heritage.

 

DSC_0394 - Copy (640x427)Creative Workshops for Older People and Stroke Survivors. on our project “Uncovering Carlisle’s Textile Revolution”. A Heritage Lottery funder project to research and interpret Carlisle’s textile manufacturing heritage.

 

 


 

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