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Creativity for the Soul

posted 15 Feb 2021, 00:54 by Daniel Potts   [ updated 15 Feb 2021, 00:55 ]

Greenfield Arts are delighted to be working alongside partners to bring about creative opportunities for children, young people and families.  It has been wonderful to find ways to reach groups in a meaningful way and support creativity and family fun.  

The project, led by Greenfield Arts supported by Bishop Auckland and Shildon Area Action Partnership and Shildon Alive, is bringing ‘creativity for the soul’ to children, young people and families in the area, providing the opportunity to nurture their own well-being and take part in creative challenges that promote a feel-good factor along with strategies to improve health and have some creative fun!

The creative packs have been created by Greenfield Arts in partnership with Shildon Alive who will distribute these free resources during February half term. They have been putting together a selection of inspiring items including materials to take part in the creative challenges, a manifesto of kindness and mood boosting snacks.

Greenfield Arts have produced a booklet that promotes creativity and offers children, young people and families the chance to pick up the challenges and tips in their own time and space.

“We want to inspire people to be curious, creative and explore ideas. These creative challenges can help us see things in new ways and encourage us to consider ideas that help us to explore how see things and express ourselves.” said Katy Milne, Creative Director at Greenfield Arts.

Greenfield Arts are committed to providing high quality arts and creative opportunities that encourage creativity, questioning and curiosity.  To find out more about us please visit www.greenfield-arts.co.uk