If you have a dream…

… but never thought you could do it…

Cambridge Community Arts, a Cambridge-based social inclusion charity, have just released their part-time, year-long creative courses for adults starting in September 2022. Their course programmes, offered in partnership with Cambridge Regional College, allow you to explore your chosen art form in depth. Course programmes on offer include Photography, Visual Arts, Music for Performance, Music Production, Creative Writing & Drama.

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Some of these courses are based on Mill Road and its side streets, with others in Arbury, Chesterton and off Newmarket Road.

Cambridge Community Arts
SEPTEMBER 2022 - JULY 2023 brochure front page
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We bring people together in small groups in the community, to learn and practice all forms of art.  They gain in confidence, improve their mental health, make friends and in some cases get back to work”.

Jane Rich, CEO of Cambridge Community Arts
Photo: student painting
Photo: Toby Peters

Why not pop along to Cambridge Community Arts Open Day on Tuesday 12th July 2022 from 1pm-4pm at Arbury Community Centre, Campkin Road, Cambridge CB4 2LD, when you’ll have the chance to talk to course tutors, staff and past learners to find out more.

Courses are open to adults 19+ who live in the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority area. There is a reduced rate for those on a low income or means-tested benefits. If courses become oversubscribed, Cambridge Community Arts prioritise those with health conditions, disabilities and/or unpaid caring responsibilities.

Full details and application form can be found on the Cambridge Community Arts website or phone 07763 280029.

About Cambridge Community Arts 

Cambridge Community Arts helps to build community, connections, and confidence through creativity. It offers creative arts courses in a safe, friendly, and supportive environment and creates healthy creative communities, by improving mental health, reducing social isolation, increasing educational achievements and progressing people towards employment. 

Registered Charity no. 1187718