Welcome to Arts in Redditch, a local charity run entirely by volunteers, promoting and supporting individuals and groups to help them get creative in many ways - from singing and dancing to painting and crafting.
Browse our pages to see who we are, what we are doing and whether we can help you with your creative journey.
Fundraising for Arts in Redditch - how you can help
As a Charity, our main sources of income are membership fees, and sales commissions generated by our various displays and exhibitions. This income was severely reduced during the pandemic, so we put in place other arrangements in an effort to raise funds.
If you would like to help raise funds, simply click on the appropriate button below the logo
All funds raised remain in the local community.
THE WORLD OF LOCAL ARTS
At Arts in Redditch we aim to support and promote a wide variety of creative events that are taking place in the local area. Go to the Events tab to see what is taking place.
Need help in getting something off the ground but don't know where to start? Go to the Support tab and see what we can do for you.
OUR NEXT POP-UP GALLERY - 18th to 28th May
We run our Pop-Up Galleries twice a year - in May and November - to showcase local artists and provide opportunities for members of the public to purchase original pieces of art at reasonable prices. Our next Pop-Up Gallery will open on Thursday, 18th May, and will run for 10 days. We will be occupying the vacant retail unit in Walford Walk, Kingfisher Centre, opposite Next. Sorry, but we can't accept any more entries for this Pop-Up Gallery.
Reimagine Redditch is a consortium of local organisations - including Arts in Redditch - which is responsible for the town's 'Creative People and Places' programme, funded by Arts Council England to the tune of £852,000. Over the next 2 years, the programme will promote & support a wide variety of community-led creative projects, to get as many people as possible engaged and participating in arts and culture. The programme team, led by Dr. Richard Bromhall, is now in place, and some pilot projects are already under way to help establish ways of working with local communities.