Helix Arts has delivered high quality, safe arts experiences throughout the pandemic.

On Monday 19th July, most restrictions associated with pandemic were lifted and wearing a face covering is now a personal choice in England, however we also know many people may still choose to wear face covering, particularly those who are more vulnerable.

We are committed to ensuring all our participants, partners, volunteers, artists and employees are kept as safe as possible. So, for the time being, we will be continuing to encourage everyone taking part in in-person sessions (unless exempt) to wear face coverings, maintain social distancing, regularly sanitise their hands and to not attend sessions if they feel unwell or have a high temperature.

Thank you for your understanding.

Take part in You: Your Art

Ongoing

Take part in You: Your Art - make creative journals and explore lots of basic art, print, crafts, making and collage techniques online with artist Jessica Kinnersley.

Part of Better Connect - a social prescribing project aimed at connecting 350 young and adult carers with arts and culture to transform experiences after COVID-19.

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Why not join our creative online You: Your Art sessions for over-18s?

You: Your Art offers a mindful space where you can make creative journals and explore lots of basic art, print, crafts, making and collage techniques online.

It’s part of our Better Connect programme which has a range of opportunities for carers supporting people to take time out and get creative.

Priority will be given to anyone who has a caring role.

There are 10 weekly sessions starting on Monday 12th July 2021 – 1pm to 2.30pm.

(We can also support you to get you online.)

Sign up for You: Your Art

Thanks to our Project Funders

You: Your Art is funded by by the Thriving Communities Fund, which totals £1.4 million, is being delivered by Arts Council England and has been made possible by the National Academy for Social Prescribing (contributing £1.15m from the Department of Health and Social Care) and Arts Council England (providing £250k from the National Lottery). Other strategic partners to the programme include NHS England and NHS Improvement, Historic England, Sport England, Natural England, the Office for Civil Society, the Money & Pensions Service and NHS Charities Together.

It is also funded by the Community Foundation.

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