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Clubhouse in Queen’s Park

Clubhouse is an ongoing project exploring the potential of collaborative art-making, set on two streets in Queen’s Park, Bedford. For Spring and Summer 2018 we are delivering a creative programme during school holidays, developed in collaboration with the residents of the two streets and in partnership with The Higgins, Bedford. The project’s roots began with


What Do I Know About Bedford Anyway?

Aaron Head’s intriguing exhibition combined the mediums of sculpture, installation and film to further explore his preoccupation with food and drink and their intricate social role in contemporary, multicultural Britain. One film piece ‘Terrace’ depicted a subtle intervention on Bedford’s High Street, featuring a small model of a typical terrace house constructed from sliced white



In Spring 2017 Bedford Creative Arts brought dance-tech innovators Pell Ensemble to Bedford to present their new interactive dance performance, David, and complete a residency in Putnoe Primary School and Mark Rutherford Upper School.


Countrywide CD Launch

CD launch of Countrywide, the outcome of a community exchange between Yarl’s Wood detainees and Mind BLMK choir members, with artists Johanne Hudson Lett and Michael Goodney.


The Long Look, Michael Collins

As Bedford entered a significant era in its history BCA Gallery in association with Renaissance Bedford commissioned artist Michael Collins to make a series of vast, highly detailed, landscape photographs.


Creative Bedfordshire April Networking

JOIN US FOR FREE CREATIVE NETWORKING IN SHARNBROOK ON 6TH APRIL 2017 RURAL BUSINESS is the theme of our April event. We will have inspiration from Harrold based artist Jo Atherton, who sees no boundaries in going further afield with her work, and a frank conversation about the issues and needs of creative business in


The Bedford Project Andre Stitt

Over the period of one year Wales-based performance artist Andre Stitt performed a series of eight live art performances in Bedford town and the surrounding rural areas.



Following on from our In Situ Cinema project on Chester and Carlisle Road in July 2016, we invited the residents of the two streets to join us and artist Maria Anastassiou as we returned to Queen’s Park, Bedford with two new and exciting filmmaking workshops. With the help of artist Maria, residents of Chester and