Saturdays, 11am-3pmVarious Dates
Workshop / Talk Out of School
Cambridge Junction is the arts centre where art, technology and life meet – a creative hub for people and ideas where audiences and artists explore, experience and are inspired by art, entertainment and learning.
Cambridge Junction’s Creative Learning programme inspires and nurtures creativity, especially in young people aged 11 to 21 – enabling us to cultivate creative, compassionate and innovative thinkers as well as provide pathways into employment in the creative and cultural industries.
Total Arts is Cambridge Junction’s fortnightly participation group for disabled young people aged 11 - 19. The group meet on a Saturday between 11:00 - 15:00. It offers opportunities to participate in exciting arts activities with professional artists. Through participating you can also gain an Arts Award; a unique and nationally recognised qualification to develop creativity and confidence.
Assisted by a team of skilled support workers, Total Arts provides quality care, whist also enabling our participants to foster a lifelong passion for the arts.
The Total Arts team also curate, programme and manage their annual film festival, Big Trouble Little Pictures.
If you/your child is interested in attending and they are eligible for funding, you will already have an allocated Early Help Co-ordinator or Social Worker. Please contact them in the first instance as you may be able to use your personalised budget to access the group.
For further information, please contact Katie Black, Total Arts coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.junction.co.uk/creative-learning/total-arts.
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To view the Cambridge Junction's Safeguarding Policy for working with young people, please click here.