An evaluation report from Our Day Out, a participatory arts project which brought wellbeing and connection to people in Norfolk with dementia and long-term heath conditions.Read more
Arts & Culture
Continuing the cultural impact of London 2012 by funding inclusive arts projects which improve individual and community wellbeing.
Arts and cultural participation has a significant role in creating happier people and happier places, but how?
The Carers’ Music Fund put women and girls with caring responsibilities front and centre, providing opportunities for fun, creative expression and self (re)-discovery through music making.
Spirit funded Creative Arts East to deliver Our Day Out, a unique dementia-friendly programme of creative arts for rurally-isolated older people in Norfolk.
Beacon Film’s Viewfinder programme was a talent development initiative that supported filmmakers with disabilities, autism and additional needs
A ground-breaking trial, funded by the DCMS Tampon Tax Fund and Spirit of 2012 has concluded that participating in group music activities helps improve the wellbeing of unpaid female carers….Read more
As our investment partnership with Spirit of 2012 comes to an end, we at Creative Arts East are taking a moment to reflect on our incredible seven years as a…Read more
There’s a viral challenge doing the rounds. You know the one, you face a wall, lift your foot up to the wall, pivot, put your hands on the floor, lift…Read more