Medway Council Arts Development Team are offering exhibition bursaries to four Medway printmakers. These will enable them to create a body of work inspired by the Guildhall Museums collection of … Continue reading
We have some fantastic – mostly free – creative events coming up in Medway between now and December in the School of Music and Fine Art, and our Autumn What’s … Continue reading
A review of Medway’s immersive games that take place across 2 locations in Chatham.
Here is a timetable of activities happening across libraries in Medway during 2016. Always call the library before hand to double check that the activity is going ahead. VIEW WHOLE … Continue reading
Natasha Steer, the maker of Creatabot, runs various workshops in the community and specialises in designing bespoke creative workshops for all ages.
Medway is lucky enough to have multiple arts spaces that each have something unique to offer.
Preparations for the Interim Degree Show from 3rd Year BA (Hons) Fine Art students in the School of Music and Fine Art are now in full swing – literally. On … Continue reading
Knights Wood Art in the Public Realm Commission Brief Village Square Feature Sculpture Commission fee: £25,000 Date for submission of proposals: Sunday 20th November 2016, 11:59pm Date for completion of … Continue reading
The new School of Music and Fine Art Lunchtime Concert series begins next week, with talented students studying band and ensemble performing a range of musical styles to launch … Continue reading
The University of Kent’s School of Music and Fine Art is thrilled to welcome painter Simon Ling to deliver the first talk of our fantastic Visiting Artist Talk programme in … Continue reading
Paint The Town is an exciting theatre and arts festival taking place twice a year in Medway towns, produced by Lyrici Arts. In partnership with Battersea Arts Centre, London and eight other … Continue reading
Started by Nucleus Arts in conjunction with Jamie Johnson, Riverside One Studios is a new music project in Chatham, Kent. Jamie Johnson is a local singer/songwriter from Gillingham, Kent who … Continue reading
After a successful debut, Making Art Work will be returning with the indoor ART MARKET in Maidstone on Saturday the 17th of September 2016, 9am-4pm. Loosely inspired by the success … Continue reading
With huge thanks to Arches Local, Creatabot is running a new Lego Club at the Magpie Centre, Magpie Hall Road, Luton, Chatham, from August 2016. The club will run from … Continue reading
“My body does not define who I am. I am a boy, but my body may show different. I know who I am and I don’t need anyone to tell … Continue reading
Maritime artists and makers are invited to apply for a stall at the South East Ship Show coming to the St George’s Centre, Pembroke Road, on 10 September 2016. They … Continue reading
An independent music festival in Medway now in its fourth year. Takes place 20th – 23rd July 2016. Full info at http://www.homespunmedway.com WEDNESDAY 20TH JULY THE SHIP From 8:00pm: Free … Continue reading
1 DAY COURSE IN DEMENTIA, AUTISM & MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS FRIDAY 29th JULY 10am – 4.30pm RIVERSIDE ONE STUDIOS Dock Road, Chatham, ME4 4SL S PECIAL PRICE OF ONLY £35 … Continue reading
Becoming a dementia friend makes you better equipped to make sure the services you offer are dementia friendly, so do not miss out on this Dementia Friends training on Tuesday … Continue reading
Patchwork Sewing in the morning and alternate maths and English for craft in the afternoon, with the opportunity to achieve recognised qualifications.
On Wednesday 14 December, 2016 at 7.30pm the University of Kent Choir and Orchestra (Medway) will be performing Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia.
Spoken word workshops with Medway Youth Trust.
Operation Black Antler: Critically Acclaimed Immersive Theatre Coming To Chatham – 23rd to 25th June 2016
Operation Black Antler: critically acclaimed immersive theatre coming to Chatham Co-commissioned by Ideas Test and fresh from its world premiere at the 2016 Brighton Festival, Operation Black Antler is an immersive theatre piece … Continue reading