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We’re pleased to announce that LV21 has been awarded Arts Council England Grants for the Arts funding for a 5-month Research & Development activity with focus on identifying new opportunities for organisational development and growing our artistic ambition through exploring the rich cultural landscape of Gravesham and connecting with the wider arts and culture sector across Kent.

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The Trash to Treasure project is series of community participatory artist led creative workshops to create coastal and recycling themed temporary art installations for Gravesham in Bloom 2015.

The aim of the project is to engage the community into the Gravesham in Bloom themes through a high quality and inspiring arts experience. Read more

It’s sometimes difficult to find time in our everyday lives to observe and explore our immediate surroundings; to take in the neighbourhood and reflect on constant changes taking place around us. We feel that the key in developing Medway and Swale as creative places, and involving its residents as active participants in the arts, is to provide an opportunity for people of all backgrounds, ages, abilities and interests to do just that – to lookout, reflect on their observations, work on their ideas and create new approaches to help develop an environment where creativity thrives. Lookout is one of four ‘Out of the Ordinary’ projects supported by Ideas Test, an Arts Council England funded Creative People and Places programme. Read more

Water Design Challenge

We are delighted to be working with the Design Council and Southern Water for the next few months on the Water Design Challenge, a pioneering new programme to inspire young people to cut their water and carbon footprint. We’ll be working with the Thomas Aveling School in Rochester and the Isle of Sheppey Academy. Read more