We would like to wish you all Festive Greetings and a very Happy New Year. Thank you so much for all your wonderful support during this very difficult and challenging year for everyone.
Fly The Flag for Human Rights Day
We are very proud to be part of Fly The Flag for Human Rights Day 2020. We commissioned a new work from Writer and Artist Amina Jama - A SMALL NEEDFUL FACT OR MARCUS RASHFORD AS MORE THAN FOOTBALLER, AFTER ROSS GAY in response to Article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Stratford Circus to continue serving the community as it says farewell to the Arts Centre
Stratford Arts Social: At Home - Making Sketchbooks
Learn how to make three different types of sketchbooks you can use to draw or write in!
Stratford Arts Social: At Home - Sculpture Using Found Materials
Create sculptures at home quickly using objects found around the house or outdoors.
Stratford Arts Social: At Home - Typology
A fun, new way to look at your surroundings and reorder the ordinary in to something extraordinary.
Stratford Arts Social: At Home - Using a Viewfinder
This short activity will help you learn how to use a viewfinder to make drawing objects easier.
Stratford Arts Social: At Home - Small Objects, Big Drawings
A fun exercise that experiments with proportions by enlarging tiny objects in to giant drawings.
Stratford Arts Social: At Home - Small Objects, Small Drawings
Collect a variety of small objects from your home, your room, or even your pocket, and have a go at drawing them to scale in this fast and fun exercise.
News: Donations are being doubled right now for the Summer Give
As a charitable organisation championing the arts for children and young people, we appreciate any donation you can give us.
News: Stratford Circus is taking part in The Summer Give
Next week, we’re aiming to raise £6,000 in order to continue doing this vital work in our local community, and donations made between 23rd – 30th June will be doubled by our supporters, The Teale Trust and The Childhood Trust.
Blog: Meet artist Tash Mok
We talked with visual artist Tash Mok about what she is doing to stay positive during lockdown, the advice she has for artists, and the projects she is currently working on.