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Art & Cultural Lead Governor Training event

Governors with an interest in Cultural Engagement are invited to join cultural education broker Kayte Judge to explore the ways in which the education and cultural sectors can support each other.


The BACE Twinning project readies for launch!

  Using the metaphor of ‘twin towns’ the Bedford Arts and Cultural Education (BACE) group are launching an innovative and collaborative leadership initiative that bridges the two sectors of arts and education, for the collective good of Bedford’s children and young people. The Twinning project addresses the current challenges around educational participation and engagement in


Clubhouse (2018) The Film

A collaborative, non-fiction short film by Julie Myers and Maria Anastassiou, based on their Clubhouse project set on two streets in Bedford.


Clubhouse Film Premiere

Join us for the premiere of Clubhouse, at its first public screening at Bedford’s Vue Cinema, this January.  Created by artists Julie Myers and Maria Anastassiou and the residents of Bedford’s Chester and Carlisle Roads, the short film documents a year-long art project on the two streets in Queen’s Park. Through a series of workshops and events: script writing; camera and sound


Creative Bedfordshire

If you work in the arts, run a creative business, are a freelance artist, actor, producer, maker or musician (or commission them), or are just curious, this network is for you. Creative Bedfordshire monthly events take place across Bedfordshire, delivered by Bedford Creative Arts and is free of charge to attend thanks to the support


Bedford Music in Detention

Music In Detention (MID) is a national charity that works with immigration detainees, bringing them together with professional musicians and local communities to share, create and enjoy music, enabling often-ignored voices to be heard in new ways. Delivered by Bedford Creative Arts, Bedford MID is a partnership between MID and local voluntary, community and arts organisations



The Culture Challenge encourages schools to engage with the wealth of cultural activity in their local area, urges cultural providers to be ready for young people, and applauds children and young people who want to explore art and culture for themselves