Community Art Project

Community Art Project
Eve Adams, is a local Artist & Illustrator. Thanks to Isle of Man Arts Council funding she is embarking on a huge community public art project and needs your help!
Everyone on the Island can join in with the project, and once complete it will be on public display for years to come! The project seeks to commemorate our Island community’s unique accomplishment in battling Covid-19 through a severe lockdown.
It would also be great if you’d like to get involved yourselves by completing a design!
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Virtual National Week Concert

To mark Tynwald Day, and National Week this year, we have produced a special virtual concert featuring some of the talented performers from across the parishes of Arbory and Rushen.

🇮🇲 From midday today, join commissioners chair Jane Glover as she presents the spoken word of Peter Vernon and Noel Cringle along with the music of Meadowside Choral Society, the King Family, Phil Gawne and Annie Kissack, the Williams Family and the children of Arbory School.

🇮🇲 The virtual concert will be shared to our Facebook pages and a brand new YouTube Channel at 12 noon tomorrow.

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Create Community History Competition

Create Community History

 

Use your creative talent to capture your experiences of Covid 19 you could win a £50.00  in Arbory and Rushen Parish’s “Creative Covid 19 Community Competition” !

This community art project for the parishes will hopefully record for posterity our many experiences of living through this remarkable time.

All we are looking for is something you have created which would fit on an A4 sheet of paper that reflects your experiences of living through the Covid 19 lockdown and restrictions.

Any medium is acceptable. It might be a short story,poem, drawing, painting, mosaic or even a photograph of a floral art display.

Once restrictions allow, all entries will be displayed in an exhibition in Arbory Parish Hall.

There are 2 categories as follows:-

Adult (16+)  1st prize £50.00 Sound Café Meal Voucher.

2nd prize bottle of wine and a box of chocolates.

3rd prize box of chocolates

Children (Under 16) 1st prize £20.00 Bridge Bookshop Book token.

2nd prize £10.00 Bridge Bookshop Book token

3rd prize £5.00 Bridge Bookshop Book token

Once your creative piece is done, take a photograph and email it to j.glover@arbory.gov.im and your entry will be posted onto Arbory and Rushen Parish Commissioners’ facebook pages.

Deadline for submission of entries is 31st July 2020.