On this page you will find details of our usual activities, when we are not confined by either lock down or social distancing.
This is an initiative for the over 50s as part of our Active Arts programme. Our aim is to increase community capacity, enhance creativity and bring people together. We run a weekly drop in service in Musselburgh and Longniddry libraries with sessions delivered by a professional artist. No experience is needed just an interest in all things crafty and creative. We regularly host exhibitions of work and these are friendly , fun groups. For further information contact email@example.com
We present a large scale annual event for families and young people to celebrate New Year. Over 400 young people and their carers can come along and create their own lanterns and crowns at our workshops and then join in the torchlight parade in the evening to see the fireworks display in Musselburgh at 7pm. Please check the website www.thebrunton.co.uk for further updates.
A creative program of classes and workshops held annual throughout East Lothian to keep young people entertained and active in the holidays. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We manage a continuous responsive Arts service to engage the community in and through the arts. We work in partnership with schools, community groups, internal and external partners and respond to requests for creative input into projects and programmes. Contact the Arts team at email@example.com
This is new long-term creative programme working in partnership with the Edinburgh International Book Festival , The Brunton and North Edinburgh Arts . The project aims to give a voice to communities, offering local residents an opportunity to explore their connection to each other and their relationship to their local area, looking at how local conversations are heard or echoed on a national or global level.
Citizen is part of Edinburgh International Book Festival On The Road, a series of events and activities around Scotland throughout the year. For more news and updates about the project, please visit www.ontheroad.edbookfest.co.uk