Creativity Works 40th Birthday Archive Project Exhibition
Celebrating 40 years of Creativity Works, their latest exhibition will not only include their annual exhibition but also a retrospect snapshot of a 40-year history of project work.
Creativity Works 40th Birthday Archive Project will showcase a film screening and exhibition celebrating 40 years of Creativity Works. Sharing a snapshot from Creativity Works grassroots beginnings in 1981, through a few name changes, to where they are now, the exhibition looks back over a 40-year history and highlights a ‘Top 10’ projects from Creativity Works archives. This including work from some peer-led creative support groups; that shares the story of communities, artists and partners Creativity Works have collaborated with across Bath and North East Somerset.
Alongside the project showcase will also be Creativity Works annual exhibition showcasing artwork created by members of the Fresh Art project in the Bath museums, photography by the Keynsham Snap & Stroll and a new Anthology by Writing Space peer led group inspired by green spaces in Bath and around the UK.
Creativity Works 40th Birthday Archive Film Reel
Title: 40th Birthday Archive Project Exhibition
Venue: Bath Central Library 19-23 The Podium, Bath BA1 5AN
Opens on Monday 11th October runs until the morning 1.30pm of 28th October
Opening times [as per library]:
Monday to Thursday 10am to 5pm
Friday 10am to 4.30pm
Saturday 9:30am to 4:30pm
About Creativity Works
Creativity Works harnesses the power of creativity to make a real difference to the lives of people who have been experiencing wellbeing or mental health challenges and social isolation. Their projects are created in partnership with the people they work with, volunteers, artists and a wide range of organisations we work with including Virgin Care, The Quartet Foundation, Bath Mind, Avon & Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership Trust, Bath Museums, Bath City College, BaNES Childrens Services to name a few.
During the 20+ years that Creative Links, creative wellbeing service has been running, it has supported people to explore their creativity in the community, at events and festivals, in museum-based settings and on-ward hospital sessions, creating further pathways to creative and cultural activities across Bath and North East Somerset.
After an extraordinary year projects and peer led groups have met on line, through social media and where possible face to face outdoors. Creativity Works have been inspired by the creative enthusiasm, ideas and talent that has continued to warm our hearts and souls and keep us connected through tough times.
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