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Get Creative and get your Face on the Flag!

BBC Radio Wales and Voluntary Arts Wales are inviting you to get your 'face on the flag' to celebrate creativity in Wales. Read more

Volunteer at this year's Edinburgh Carnival

Help out in a range of roles at this multi-cultural event Read more

A Poem for Europe competition

Could you write an inspiring poem about Europe? Read more

Who deserves an Honour in your community?

Nominate that special person in your group Read more

Local film makers win Cork Film Festival Award

Paul Carey and Kurt Dean Darby win Cork Film Festival Award Read more

Gypsy, Roma & Traveller History Month Children's Festival 2019

A festival showcasing the cultural diversity of the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller community in Wales. Read more

Q & A with Sarah Richmond

International singer returns home to Northern Ireland for Opening Doors! Read more

Q & A with local Poet and Librettist Colin Hassard

We caught up with local Poet Colin Hassard amidst his busy schedule of writing, performances and gigs to hear about his part in the Opening Doors project. Read more

Q & A with Music Yard Larne

Music Yard Larne give us an insight into their work in their town showcasing the power of music. Read more

Q & A with Island Voices

We had a chat with Hilary Bailey, one of the driving forces behind the Island Voices Community Choir from Islandmagee. Read more

Q & A with Whitehead Community Orchestra

In the break from the busy rehearsal schedule we managed to grab a quick cup of tea with David Foster, viola player with the Whitehead Orchestra. Read more

A Creative Century

Ten decades, ten lives, ten ways to be creative Read more

Young Creators

A group for creative young people in Paisley Read more

The Market Place

A creative community hub in Barrhead and Newton Mearns Read more

Bristo Concert Band looking for brass and percussion players

Edinburgh-based band welcomes new musicians Read more

Sunny Art Prize

The Sunny Art Prize 2019 is now open for entries. A £6,000 total cash prize will be split between the first three winning artists. Read more

Deep Down Arts

A collective based in Co. Down, Northern Ireland who want to shine a light on the benefits of creativity. Read more

Introducing: Traditional Arts & Culture Scotland (TRACS)

We catch up with David Francis, Associate Director of TRACS to find out more about this national network. Read more

Spotlight on . . . NessBookFest

Volunteer effort is producing amazing results at this literary festival in Inverness. Read more

Creative Breakfasts - Stirling

New monthly meet-up for creatives at Macrobert Arts Centre. Read more

'Creative Connections' Facebook Group - invite to join

A Facebook Group for organisers of voluntary-led creative cultural activity. Read more

Forest Stacks

Forest Stacks, part of the Playstacks initiative. Read more

Meet the Makers: Love on the Rocks Scotland

A creative community group that love to paint rocks! Read more

Opening Doors

We're working with Mid and East Antrim Borough Council and Wall2Wall Music to make new music and art with local people from Ballymena, Larne, Carrick and surrounding areas - join in! Read more

Say It Ain’t Sew

Free sewing classes in venues across Scotland! Read more

Exit 15

Meet the artists from the Exit 15 project designing cultural programmes that are responsive to and involve input from local people Read more

#Home2023

Belfast City Council & Derry City & Strabane District Council are working together to develop a joint bid to become the UK’s nominated host city for the European Capital of Culture in 2023. Read more

Creative Trials App Launch

‘Creative Trails’ tourist app showcases talent in Counties Down and Armagh Read more

The Gathering Place

Voluntary Arts Ireland have teamed up with ArtsEkta for The Gathering Place project - a collaborative project aiming to bring people together to create, discuss, explore and share ideas. Read more

#BALLYOGANcreatives launch Flourish

#BALLYOGANcreatives show case their collaborative project 'Flourish' at Ballyogan Festival 2017 Read more