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Art, Activities and Friendship for Nottingham's 60+

ArtSpeak provides Art and cultural activities for people aged 60+. Using a bespoke arts programme of activities, workshops and events, ArtSpeak offers its members opportunities to engage in the Arts as participants, creators of their own work or as audience members.

ArtSpeak covers all Art forms and has different strands of the programme that involve various activities - 

ArtSpeak Meets – Gallery Walkthroughs of the latest exhibitions at local galleries and visits to local and national Arts venues

ArtSpeak Create – Visual Arts workshops, covering craft and painting workshops

ArtSpeak Participate – Professionally led workshops in Photography, Theatre and Dance

ArtSpeak Live – Improv music night, Just Jamming and Just Jamming Extra 

Joining in an ArtSpeak activity is a great way to meet new people, stay connected, enjoy and experience the arts and the city's broader cultural offer.

Check out our current programme of events on our website. 

We invite people to sign up for a free membership and join our mailing list to be the first to hear about programme announcements. You can sign up as a member here.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Hannah
Contact Position
Arts Project Coordinator
Telephone
0115 978 6133
07579067442
E-mail
Artspeak@radfordcaregroup.org.uk
Website
Our partner services website
Notes

Our project office is based here but ArtSpeak is a peripatetic programme covering the City. 

Where to go

Name
Radford Care Group
Address
Prospect Street
Nottingham
Postcode
NG7 5QE

When is it on?

When is it on
Various
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Day(s)
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
Various
Details
Some activities are free and others have a participation fee which is always a subsidised rate.

Availability

Age Ranges
60+
Other notes

Please visit our website for full details and programme updates - https://www.artspeak.org.uk/ 

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