Our Stories

The Why and The What and The Who

A selection of articles which tell the ArtsLink story.

Art at Home

Art at Home

A series of creative art activities put together for anyone to do at home with their family or by themelves.  The ArtsLink Fizz! team put together...

2018 – 2019 What did we do?

2018 – 2019 What did we do?

We had a busy year from April 2018 to March 2019: 2395 people engaged with ArtsLink activities 1262 hours of activity were delivered  (that averages...

Arts Link was born in 1982

Arts Link was born in 1982

The Charity was first registered in 1982 under the name of Sherborne Professional Arts and Craft Association . The object was ‘ to advance the...

Youth Theatre Takes the Lead

Youth Theatre Takes the Lead

Every summer from 2012 – 2017 ArtsLink worked with Actiontrack Performance Company to deliver a week long immersive theatre experience for 11 – 18...

ArtsLink TakepArt project 2011-2016

ArtsLink TakepArt project 2011-2016

Funded by the National Lottery and working with children, young people and families this project exceeded it’s targets and made a real difference....

The Interns

The Interns

In both 2015 and 2016 two young adults were employed as Art Assistants on 6 month paid Internships.

“I can’t believe how proud it made me seeing my work on display: I never thought I could do that”

Exhibitions

“The class is encouraging, informative, it is a joy to be here”

Classes

“Before coming to dance I couldn’t stand, but now I can and find standing and walking easier”

ArtsLink Fizz: Parkinsons Dance

“It made me realise I can still do things that I thought I couldn’t do. It just pushes you”.

ArtsLink Fizz: Art for Memory

“Thank you for an excellent and challenging course”

Classes

“it makes you do it at home as well, it inspires you to do what you wouldn’t normally do at home”. “I painted all the garden furniture!”

ArtsLink Fizz: Art for Parents

“ArtsLink offers a community as well as art lessons”

ArtsLink Tutor observation

“The class was helpful and fun. I was really, really happy”

ArtsLink Course Participant