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Community Celebration Arts Volunteers

Community Celebration Arts Volunteers

Community Celebration which is run by Wyldwood Arts are on the hunt for keen volunteers to become involved in a variety of arts projects, including performance, music, visual arts, working with children or older people over the next two years.  Opportunities will include film making, photography, audio recording, drama, visual arts, singing and playing instruments, working in primary schools and care homes.

If you are interested in the arts, then there is bound to be an opportunity for you.  Volunteers can get involved in the upcoming projects in a variety of ways, this could involve supporting the community during workshops, helping at events or with ideas for developing the projects. Our projects include audio recording, singing, storytelling, poetry, visual arts, working with children, adults and older adults. We have a range of projects so please can in touch if you are interested in any of these areas. 

If you would like to help or find out more, contact .

Wyldwood Arts are producers of social arts, championing unheard voices and connecting communities through storytelling and the arts. We work across arts education, voluntary and care sectors creating socially engaged projects, specialising in intergenerational work. Through theatre, dance, film, performance, visual art and participatory projects we produce transformative programmes in a collaborative, person-centred way.  We are working in partnership with Foresters' Forest to create ways to celebrate our fantastic forest through community projects and celebration events. We will be working with the other Foresters' Forest projects to share, exchange and develop heritage values. We aim to link generations through finding common ground, and encouraging wider community conversations.   

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