Together! 2012 Clubs — free creative activities for Disabled people


Do you identify as being Disabled or having a long-term health condition, mental health condition or learning difficulty? Do you like being creative, or are you an artist already? If so, the free Together! 2012 Clubs programme, delivered by Zoom and phone, is for you.

Together! 2012 CIC is a social enterprise led by Disabled artists to create a Paralympic cultural Legacy for London 2012. It delivers:

  • A free year-round Clubs programme which is led by Disabled people for Disabled people and their companions. The Clubs work on the basis that everyone has something to teach and something to learn.

  • A free programme of exhibitions, performances, screenings and other activities led by Disabled people for everyone, funded by Arts Council England.

The Clubs, which are funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, include:

Art Club Make and Natter, Tuesdays 11am-12noon by Zoom. Bring your own craft project, or take part in ours using recycled materials.

Pop-Up Poetry Club, Wednesdays 10.30am-12noon by phone. Read, write and perform poetry together on a different theme each week. We call you and pay the costs.

Art Club Still Life, Fridays 11am-12noon by Zoom. We share and audio-describe a new image each week, which can also be sent to you by text, email or WhatsApp. Use whatever you have available, from a pen and paper to paints.

Photographers and Filmmakers Club on the second Monday of each month from 11am-12noon, on zoom.

Dance on Screen Club on the fourth Monday of each month from 11am-12noon on Zoom. Poets and musicians also have the opportunity to perform at monthly Zoom Together! sessions, which take place on the first Thursday of each month from 7-8pm.


For more information see

http://www.together2012.org.uk/activities-programme/together-clubs/

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