Social Arts

The crafty group for older people

About SocialArts 

SocialArts is a creative programme for older people. 

Get crafty with a range of arts activities including visual arts, dance, music and more. With support from visiting artists and group leaders in a fun and friendly environment. 

At SocialArts you can learn new skills, meet new people and try something new. The perfect way to start your week! 

Fancy giving it a try? Or know someone who would benefit from the class? Give us a call, we would love to find out more about you and get you booked in! 01628 682563 / robyn.bunyan@nordenfarm.org

SocialArts is a funded project run by Norden Farm support by The Rothschild Foundation


SocialArts News

The first SocialArts Exhibition at Norden Farm!

Thursday 6 July – Sunday 16 July

An exhibition showcasing the work of SocialArts, a Norden Farm project designed to promote the creativity of older people in a sociable environment. Led by Amelia Pimlott (The Ding Foundation) together with visiting artists, the group has engaged in a host of activities from animation to print making.

The exhibition is free to attend and open Tues - Sat 5pm - 10pm, Sat - Sun 10.30am - 10pm

Private View for group members, friends and family - Monday 17 July.


Take a look at what the group have been up to so far!

Click the slideshow for a closer look.

44 minutes ago Get you summer holidays off to a rocking start with a very special Rock 'n' Roll Concertini this Saturday 29 July... https://t.co/xCUxFGgiyh

44 minutes ago Get your summer holidays off to a rocking start with a very special Rock 'n' Roll Concertini this Saturday 29 July at 11.30am and 2pm - suitable for all ages! Join Matt Bond and The Poor Boys Good Time Band on a journey of some of the best loved Rock 'n' Roll themes from the 50s and beyond. It’s Rock and Roll with a touch of Yee Ha!

about 2 hours ago With the upcoming screenings of Twentieth Century Women, we’re thinking about female ensemble movies. They may have become a hot Hollywood trend in recent years – with Bridesmaids and Ghostbusters as some of the most interesting examples – but for us the all-time classic has to be Powell and Pressburger’s Black Narcissus (1947). The story of a group of nuns in a Himalayan convent, it’s weird, spine-tingling and utterly beautiful. Check out these swooning reviews of the rerelease below... Have you seen it? Tell us what you think!

about 3 hours ago RT @42never: Two weeks to go folks! @nordenfarm #level42tribute #tribute #80smusic #retro #nordenfarmcentrefirthearts #tributeband #slapba…

about 3 hours ago Just keep swimming... - https://t.co/46FcERDl7z

about 6 hours ago We love this video of our Hawaiian beach in all of its glory! Thanks to RBWM4families for sharing it! ☀️ https://t.co/EyWzC7i9rK

about 6 hours ago We love this video of our Hawaiian beach in all of its glory! Thanks to RBWM4families for sharing it! ☀️

about 9 hours ago Only two weeks to go, don't miss it! https://www.facebook.com/never42music/videos/646806925527121/

about 9 hours ago RT @TameenaHussain: This has been my office for the day & what a lovely place it is too - the food ain't half bad either! @nordenfarm ht…

about 9 hours ago RT @ConcertiniUK: We can't wait until our Rock n Roll Concertini's @nordenfarm on Saturday! Have you got your tickets yet? https://t.co/B3I…

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