Have a look at our current and recent work. Our archives will gradually be shared and we would love to receive anything you may have for that. Email Stephen to add to our 40th anniversary work.
A programme featuring a range of artists and artforms for people aged over 55 in North Tyneside with the aim of reducing loneliness.
A co-production with the international artist and film-maker Jordan Baseman and residents at Earsdon Grange Care Home in North Tyneside.
A dance and health programme, co-curated with people aged 65+ who are living independently.
A flexible, participant-centred programme that provides training and support to encourage and enable people to design, manage and deliver their own activities with their own communities and with experts in the field.
Exploring the role that the arts can play in creating an argument for Universal Basic Income.
A network for creative professionals who are aligned to the work of Helix Arts, across different fields and settings.
Our work in support of Arts Council England's Creative Case for Diversity North.
This event was held to listen to personal stories of those living through a pandemic from a diverse cross-section of residents from North Tyneside.
Do you care for a loved one or close friend?
Are you interested in learning new creative skills alongside like minded people?
Come and join us for By Your Side hosted at North Tyneside Art Studio
A multi-arts project with young adults working to create a new wellbeing trail in Chopwell Wood.
Explore how stories and poems can offer comfort, escape, inspiration and laughter in difficult times.
Part of Better Connect
Do you enjoy dancing, meeting new people and staying active?
Come and join us for Falling On Your Feet North Tyneside!
Part of Better Connect.
A creative programme for Parent Carers across North Tyneside.
Explore a range of art forms with high quality artists at our weekly sessions.
A River is a community garden project at Pattinson House in Gateshead in which local people are co-creating a large-scale mural.
Story of Place connects community members with Wallsend Children Centre's work, training them as storytellers and community champions.
Restoring the elegance of North Shields' historic town centre.
A social prescribing project aimed at connecting 350 young and adult carers with arts and culture to transform experiences after COVID-19.
A ground-breaking artistic programme in prisons and the community led by the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance.
A toolkit of arts activities created to help dads in prison reflect on the impacts their offending has on their children.
Using creative approaches designed by women to help women.
Together Again helps residents in North Shields and Wallsend the chance to explore, reconnect and shape the future of their town. The project builds on our 'Town Common Festival'.
Working with groups of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Refugee women facing spatial violence.
A performing arts project for young people exploring exploitation and abuse within relationships, particularly during Covid-19.
An innovative and interactive digital dance project, where the audience provide data and decide what happens to ‘David’ at the end of the piece.
A new piece of music created by Johanna Linsley and Rebecca Collins together with community groups and local residents from Seaham, County Durham and composer Mariam Rezaei celebrating how sound makes a place unique and examines the boundaries between the private and the public.
Transforming a patch of astroturf in the main atrium of The Beacon Shopping Centre, North Shields into a new ‘town common’ for the residents of North Shields and surrounding areas.
A geocache art-trail in Stamfordham, Northumberland bringing communities together to share stories and experiences.
Exploring the history of civil rights in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A training programme for community and voluntary organisations who want to produce their own arts residencies or festivals.
A digital music-making programme with young people in South East Northumberland.
Supporting young people of different ages and abilities in Northumberland to co-create music during the Coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
A digital music collaboration with Cramlington Voluntary Youth Project in partnership with Inclusion north, Music Partnership North and Cramlington Learning Village.