Well-being through creative activity

Space2Create

Space2Create helps vulnerable adults with long term physical and mental health conditions to recover their wellbeing through creative activity. Please select from the menu above to find out more about us.


Please Note: We are currently building a new website and you may see some pages changing, moving around or being added. Apologies for this but all our content is still available in the options above and we hope when our new design is revealed it will be easy to use and informative. Watch this space!

CORONAVIRUS

Please note. ALL Space2Create sessions have been suspended until further notice. We apologise but we feel very strongly we need to protect everyone who comes to S2C who are often those at risk from the virus. We know this will be difficult and we don’t want anyone to become isolated. We will be giving out creative bags with art materials you can take away and be creative with and we will be posting some videos by our volunteers you can view for ideas to use your creative kits.

Creative Kits

A kit of creative materials can be collected from S2C at set times. The kits are for S2C members and can be collected at the unit at the times below. Alternatively if you are unable to get out one of our volunteers can drop them at your door. Leave a message on our answerphone 01539 482540 or email us on info@space2create.co.uk

Next collection times:

Thursday 19th March 9-11am

Friday 20th March 9-11am


Our next exhibition

Coalescence by Liz Nevitt and Rachel Waters

Both very different styles but they both experiment with a variety of techniques and media. The work is often based around coping with and recovery from their illness. Previews Friday 14th February 6-8 and runs till March 28th. The exhibition can be viewed during S2C drop in times.

 


This week at S2C

 

Please note: Exhibition opening times vary due to the nature of the work S2C does with vulnerable adults. Exhibitions can be viewed during our drop in sessions and where the timetable indicates “Gallery Open”

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