Pop-up exhibition

Yesterday we spent a beautiful crisp December morning at Bishop’s Cafe and Tearooms sharing an exhibition of artworks created in our latest Little Lights art cafe series. The event celebrated creativity, community, recovery and hope.  Friends, family & supporters gathered to celebrate the rich array of drawings, paintings, collage and 3D artworks made by participantsContinue reading “Pop-up exhibition”

A choir of heroes

We could not be more proud of our *AMAZING* Unsung Heroes choir who worked so hard to produce a triumphant performance this Saturday 18th November 2023. 50 year 6 pupils from 13 Asset Education primary schools across Suffolk took part in a fun-packed day of rehearsals at Snape Maltings led by choral director Tom Appleton.Continue reading “A choir of heroes”

Join our team

Cohere Arts CIC are seeking two assistant choral leaders for freelance project work in East Anglia Oct-Nov 2023. This year, Cohere Arts have been working in partnership with Suffolk Archives, Asset Education and Britten Pears Arts, on Unsung Heroes, a schools project made possible with funding from Heritage Lottery Fund. Children from 13 Suffolk primary schools have taken part inContinue reading “Join our team”

Unsung Heroes

Cohere Arts are thrilled to announce that we have been awarded a grant from Heritage Lottery Fund to support Unsung Heroes, a new project engaging children with their local heritage through archive research, songwriting and performance. Working in partnership with Suffolk Archives, Asset Education and Britten Pears Arts, the project will see 4 Suffolk composers working with children fromContinue reading “Unsung Heroes”

Crowdfunding success

Thanks to the generosity of Aviva Community Fund, and many kind donors, we are excited to announce that our recent crowdfunding campaign raised just under £2ooo towards VOICE! – our initiative supporting young people to use the arts to express their concerns around climate crisis and environmental sustainability. We are looking forward to co-producing someContinue reading “Crowdfunding success”