Join us on our annual sponsored walk on Thursday 17th November at 4pm. The route will be the same as usual – along the coast from Seaton Sluice to Blyth – but this year we will be carrying willow lanterns. Can’t make it? Please consider sponsoring us.
As part of the North Sea Tall Ships Regatta celebrations we have a weekend of exciting events on offer at Headway ArtSpace, Blyth! Join us from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th August for creative arts workshops, live music, a performance by our very own Seven Stars Theatre Co, and more. View or Download our Headway ArtSpace Tall Ships […]
Are you a Northumberland based photographer or part of a photography club? Would you like your photography to be exhibited in a street art gallery as part of the Tall Ships Regatta Celebrations? Northumberland County Council, Active Northumberland, Culture Creative and Headway Arts are working together in partnership on this great initiative to give Northumberland […]
Our weekly Carnival Club started on Tuesday 21st June and runs until Tuesday 23rd August 2016 at Headway ArtSpace. Local people of all ages and experience are invited to come and work alongside us to create and paint decorative sails, and design costumes and giant puppets on the themes of ‘Sagas of the Seven Seas’ […]
This is a general call out for freelance artists to work with our Satellites groups. We are inviting expressions of interest from socially engaged artists who are interested in future collaboration. We will be offering a number of freelance contracts and commissions for associate artists over the coming year including: theatre, dance, music, circus, visual […]
Job Title: SOCIAL CARE INTERN Responsible to: Chief Executive Hours: 28 hours per week. (Usually Monday to Thursday although some evening and/or weekend work may be required) Based: Headway ArtSpace, Blyth, Northumberland Salary: £7.20ph Term: Fixed 24 week contract (July 2016 – December 2016) Paid Holidays: 12 days
Last Thursday (21/04/16), Andy G. attended the Creative Minds North Steering Group meeting at Manchester Metropolitan University. Supported by Allie and Laura, the team set off from Central Station, Newcastle at 7:30am arriving at the Brooks Building, Birley Fields Campus at 10:30.
During the 22nd – 28th February, partners from the Alternative Routes to Success (ARTS) project embarked on the first transnational visit to Skelleftea in Sweden. You can find out what we have learned so far by visiting the ARTS blog