Havering Changing has announced a ‘Big Summer of Outdoor Arts’ chosen by local people with an OPEN CALL to get involved.
Havering Changing is excited to announce a Big Summer of Outdoor Arts, an exciting programme of creative arts and culture taking place in Harold Hill, Orchard Village, Rainham and Romford with all activities chosen by local people living in each community.
This week Havering Changing has launched an open call for funded opportunities and to express an interest in getting involved. We want to work with amazing, innovative and community focused artists, community groups, service providers, local businesses and venues to create something truly extraordinary this summer.
The Havering Changing Steering Groups for each area have outlined a series of themes, activities and practices they would like to see take place in their community.
There will be 3 rounds of opportunities available:
Round 1 Deadline: Friday 28 May 2021- 5:00 PM Round 2 Deadline: Friday 18 June 2021 – 5:00 PM Round 3 Deadline: Friday 09 July 2021 – 5:00 PM
The Big Summer of Outdoor Arts will start on Monday June 21 2021 and run into September. The participants for the projects should be those living in the areas of Harold Hill, Orchard Village, Rainham and Romford.
Havering Changing Director James Jackson says: “We are excited to facilitate local communities to turn their creative dreams into reality. The Big Summer of Outdoor Arts is an opportunity for us all to create and celebrate together outside this summer’.
To find out more about how to apply: https://www.haveringchanging.org/news/big-summer-of- outdoor-arts
If you have any questions about the Big Summer of Outdoor Arts or need any help making an application to the open call please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Havering Changing is an Arts Council England funded Creative People and Places Project which supports local people, living and working, in Harold Hill, Orchard Village, Rainham and Romford to choose, create and take part in their own programme of inspiring arts and culture.