Sea Folk Sing has been shortlisted for the National Campaign for the Arts‘ (NCA) Hearts For The Arts Awards 2021. The awards celebrate the unsung heroes of Local Authorities who are championing the arts against all odds. Sea Folk Sing was the 2-year project we co-produced with SparkedEcho. It brought together people over the age… Continue Reading
One of the Seed Commission projects we’re supporting in 2020 is from Kent-based Music Organisation, GTown Talents’ ‘It’s Peak’. The project has been featured on KentOnline and shared by Arts Council England (South East) on social media. Dulcie Alexander, Arts Council England Relationship Manager, Engagement & Audiences in the South East said; “Really good to… Continue Reading
Join us for this month’s Try New Things online creative session!
Together Talking Music’s Debbie Sowter is bringing you a Singing and Voice Therapy session. Debbie will show you how to use singing exercises and vocal techniques that can help your health and well-being!
Join us for this month’s Try New Things online workshop!
Artist Sadie Hennessy will guide you through how to make a museum-style display case, full of butterflies using things around your home including a used cereal box!
BLINK. Explore. BLINK. Resist. BLINK. Reconcile. BLINK. Hope. 100 years have passed since Europe came together to agree Peace after WWI. How can we unite and bring peace into our communities now? Enter BLINK to play with a series of artworks inspired by peacebuilders and activists from your community and across the UK. … Continue Reading
Free outdoor performance at Gravesend Old Town Hall. Standing. Accompanied by The Flowing. The Sea Folk Sing choral group presents a beautiful collection of new songs written with the people of North Kent. From the energetic The Dockyard Rush to the enigmatic Hidden Powers, the work is an exploration of our historic relationship with the… Continue Reading
Inspired by the My Self exhibition, join artist Wendy Daws and create your own Wonky Portrait to take home!
Come and listen to the Sea Folk Sing live performances at Strood Railway Station and the surrounding area.
Featuring new music by Emily Peasgood, inspired by local stories of World War One.