Prism Arts and Cumbria Cerebral Palsy are working together to deliver Arts 4 All, a twelve month programme of inclusive arts workshops and events.
The work takes place at Cumbria Cerebral Palsy’s Resource Centre at Lister House, Carlisle.
Working with Prism Arts artists, participants will cover a range of art forms including puppetry, textiles, willow work, music and drama. Project research will require participants to visit: Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery; local galleries; and the Chester Puppet Pageant, the home of the Chester giant puppets. The project will culminate with participants taking part in Carlisle Pageant 2015 and in the 2015 C-Art Exhibition at Carlisle Business Interaction Centre, Paternoster Row.
Photos from the sessions:
Lynne Culley, Manager Cumbria Cerebral Palsy, Carlisle, said:
“People coming to the Resource Centre and the staff there are delighted to be working with Prism Arts on this exciting new project. It provides an excellent opportunity for people to develop new skills, increase confidence and to engage with the wider community”.
Catherine Coulthard, Director at Prism Arts, said:
“Prism Arts is thrilled to be working with Cumbria Cerebral Palsy on this project. Everyone associated with the project are highly motivated and looking forward to the challenges and opportunities this project will bring.
2015 is going to be an exciting New Year for Cumbria Cerebral Palsy’s Resource Centre and Prism Arts”.
Arts 4 All is made possible by grant funding of £17,822 from Grants for the Arts, Arts Council of England lottery funding.