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Hello -  We hope everyone is keeping safe and sane in these difficult times. Since our last newsletter we have all had to find our own ways of coping with the ‘new normal’.

As a community group focussed on encouraging the arts, we wanted to keep in touch with you about inspiring creative activity happening in SE9, and beyond, and to remind you about our latest project.
Did you read about our Revisiting Wall project?

You can still get involved in Eltham Arts’ latest project of responding creatively to the current situation. You may have seen on social media some of the wonderful ‘heartfelt’ creations sent to us.

Here is how the Heart Felt Wall is coming along…

We’d love to see your ‘brick’-sized art in any medium you choose – paint, crayon, pencil, words or textiles, to name a few – you decide!

Do join in with this community project and be part of our creative response.

Please also feel free to share our project far and wide and with any groups or organisations in which you are involved – we’ve already had some creations from Australia! To share, simply refer them to Eltham Arts’ Revisiting Wall webpage.

Enjoying Everyday creativity

What have you been creating at home? Share with us via email or tag us on social media. We would like to include your creations in our newsletter.

Would you like support from an arts practitioner with your creative projects at home, then get in touch with us. We would like to help the community with everyday creativity. Tell us how can we help you?

If you had a moment, we’d love to know your answers to these questions – it guides us in planning our future projects:

(you could cut and paste the following section in an emailed reply to us at
1. Would you like free art resources delivered to you? 
2. Depending on the funding we receive, we would like to create a basic art pack with an art guide on how to make art using materials at home and few colouring tools. If we could add more to it, what would you like included?
3. How will you benefit from these resources or making art at home?
4. Would you like to join a weekly zoom session with an arts practitioner to try arts activities at home?
5. What impact would this have on you and your family?
6. What age group in your family are most likely to benefit from these resources or sessions?

Thank you!

Boost wellbeing and mental health with arts & culture

It’s well-known that creativity can help you boost your mental health and wellbeing. Here are some links to mostly free online resources & projects that you can participate in from the comfort of your home:
Hope you find something to enjoy here! In the meantime, we look forward to sharing your creative responses to Revisiting Wall.

Keep well and stay safe.
Best wishes From the Eltham Arts team
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