Filed under Arts & Landscape

Celebrating Age Wiltshire launches ‘Noticing Nature’: a new visual arts project for older people

Leading regional arts, health and wellbeing project, Celebrating Age Wiltshire, is launching a new visual arts programme to support isolated older people to engage with nature and reconnect with their local community. ‘Noticing Nature’ is the latest initiative from Celebrating Age Wiltshire, a multi-partnership project which is led by the Wiltshire Music Centre in Bradford … Continue reading

Cranboure Chase: Celebrations in Silk

You may have already heard that Cranbourne Chase’s Celebrations in Silk flag-making project is launching and they would love your input! They want the flags to be about your connection to Cranborne Chase, and what you think.  What does Cranborne Chase mean to you? Take a look at what they are after and the different … Continue reading

Festival of Archaeology film premier

Ebb & Flow is film about the interconnection between rivers, people, wellbeing, art, environment, climate breakdown and geoarchaeology. Join Claire Mellett, Geoarchaeologist and James Aldridge, artist, as they follow the River Avon through Salisbury, noticing and responding to their surroundings from two very unique perspectives. Coming together in this one shared experience. Watch on Saturday … Continue reading

Opportunity: Call for Artists – Celebration in Silk, Chase and Chalke Landscape Partnership

The Chase and Chalke Landscape Partnership, focusing on the heart of Cranborne Chase AONB, is a new, multi-partner, Heritage Lottery funded scheme running until Spring 2024.  The scheme consists of twenty projects each aimed at raising knowledge and enjoyment of the natural, historic and cultural heritage, including a Walking Festival this September.  We now have … Continue reading

Guest blog: Wiltshire artists reflect on the outcome of the bursaries inspired by their individual relationships with the local heritage landscape

Guest blog: Wiltshire artists reflect on the outcome of the bursaries inspired by their individual relationships with the local heritage landscape

The Frames of Reference bursaries was a project funded by Bloor Homes as part of the public art commissioning programme for the King’s Gate development in Amesbury. Public Art commissioner Ginkgo Projects worked with Wiltshire Council’s arts service to select 6 local artists, awarding £2,000 each to aid with the creation of new work inspired … Continue reading

Opportunity: Artist callout – community artists for the creation of a community art work exploring the environment, Salisbury International Arts Festival

Opportunity: Artist callout – community artists for the creation of a community art work exploring the environment, Salisbury International Arts Festival

Wiltshire Creative is a pan-arts organisation that brings together the energy and ambition of Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury International Arts Festival and Salisbury Playhouse. It is an innovative joint arts offer that secures a bright future for audiences, artists and participants. We are interested in hearing from experienced community artists whose practice responds to current … Continue reading