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Superact has been working with young parents at the Dawlish SureStart Children’s centre on the "King for a Day" project, as part of Action for Children’s Arts Bank 2015 initiative.  Arts Bank is...

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Last Post Gallipoli  History Hub Ulster at Pollock Dock. Picture by Paul Moane The local veterans association in Islington have never held an event to mark the battle of Gallipoli.&...
 Superact's Exeter Community Arts project, Exe-Arts, has drawn to a close with our final event, painting the graffiti wall at Esther Community hostel.   Exe-Arts consisted of 4 community a...
Changes Community Health Project is collaborating with Our Big Gig EXTRA to set up an exciting new community project in the seaside town of Musselburgh. ‘Sea Changes’ will take place on Thursday eveni...

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Volunteer Laura Hand on the Our Big Gig EXTRA workshops held recently in Birmingham: This February saw Our Big Gig EXTRA Birmingham host a series of successful fun, free, participatory music workshop...
Resident storyteller Stu Packer on putting Arts, Crafts and Dignity in Care (ACDC) in to practise:  Recently, lovely Superact asked me to go and observe our laconic and vital graffiti artist, Cl...
Superact's resident Storyteller Stu Packer tells of his experience at an interactive session of music and stories for older people as part of the Arts, Crafts and Dignity in Care project which aims to...
   Blog by Virginia Crompton “I go to Gallipoli every year and see the memorial place.  The war is very significant for the Turkish community,” explained Broomfield School’s head boy ...
It was my first experience of a Music & Memories session, and although people had told me how eye-opening and moving it can be I wasn’t fully prepared for the uplifting feeling which wouldn't allo...
Superact has now started to deliver its pilot workshop sessions for the Arts Crafts Dignity in Care project in care venues across the South West. We are focussing on three groups of beneficiaries: ...
It's been a busy few weeks ta Superact towers with the launch of the Last Post project which is gathering interest from across the globe. This year, The Last Post project is marking the Gallipoli / Ҫ...
An hour spent at Southmead hospital with old time jazz-swing trio Emily Wright and the Royals, and I can see what an impact the music has on patients, staff and the atmosphere as a whole. People are d...

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  Over the last two years, Superact’s project managers Patsy Lang and Iwan Kushka have been working on the EU-funded project “Rapport: Preventing early school leaving - encouraging second chance...
Ursula Billington joins Superact and is immediately thrown in the deep end with a whole heap of European partners invading the Bristol office for the penultimate ATEDAL meeting! Last week the Bristol...
For part 2 of the Arts Crafts and Dignity in Care EU project, Superact artists and others have been continuing their “immersive training” to enable them to better work with adults living with learning...
As part of the ACDC project, sTimul roleplay training is provided to artists working in care. After taking part in these very emotive sessions, the participating artists were asked to write a letter ...
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Do you cook your own homegrown veg? Have you got plants in your house? Have you ever made a flower arrangement? As part of NETPLANTS, our latest EU Erasmus Plus skills project, we want to know how y...
Christmas is an important time for families – a time to catch-up with relatives’ news, have fun, build new memories and reaffirm bonds. But how do you do that when a key member of the family has probl...
A central project amongst Superact's wellbeing work, the Health and Wellbeing Tour takes professional musicians to people without access to live music to help improve their all round wellbeing. As the...

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The Export Marketing Research Scheme (EMRS) helps companies make sound decisions when approaching a new overseas market and were instrumental in helping Superact get our SEPE course and arts delivery ...