Bridging Arts accounts 2018-19

We operate on a shoestring but we do produce annual accounts and a report which should be of interest to supporters.  Click on the following link to read our latest annual accounts and report: Bridging Arts Annual Report 2018-19 Very many thanks to all our supporters and our local Trustees who have worked so hard […]

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Our fundraising page….

We now have a dedicated fundraising page. Please pay any donations into this page. We’ll use this page to Crowdfund for one-off costs and exceptional projects. Traditionally, we’ve depended on grant funding to finance the bulk of our projects. But recently our work – particularly around the centenary of World War One (pictured above) – […]

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Feedback from dance sessions with older people

Thanks to a grant from Localgiving’s Magic Little Grants programme, we were able to stage dance/exercise sessions for up to 30 older people at the Masbro Centre, Hammersith, London. The Centre runs a befriending service for isolated and disadvantaged older people.These sessions were led by Italian dancer Simone Sistarelli. He started with simple warm up […]

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Let’s Talk

Let’s Talk started in west Cornwall ten years ago. It aimed to bring together migrant workers and local communities  who might otherwise might not meet or interact. We worked with the Diocese of Truro and kept a blog about the work which eventually grew into various exhibitions and workshops with schools. Let’s Talk was a simple idea. […]

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Heart of Conflict: Cornwall’s World War One

Heart of Conflict has been uncovering stories about World War One in Cornwall since 2014, the centenary of the start of the war. We’ve been liaising with local historians, volunteers and community groups to gather stories and material to showcase and display. We’ve staged exhibitions at  the Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro the Cornish Studies Library […]

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New work from Max Whetter

Great to see Max Whetter’s second year show in his degree course at Cornwall College, Pool, last month. Some very interesting takes on the famous self portrait by the 18th century Cornish artist John Opie at the Royal Cornwall Museum. Max won our competition for a new skateboard design in 2016. At the time he was working as a burger chef in Newquay.

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