Projects archive.

ACAVA has developed and delivered innovative educational and community projects since the 1970s. In 1984 it was registered as an educational charity to enable artists to engage their creativity and skills for the benefit of people of all ages, and within the statutory system, community groups and those drawn together at ACAVA studios.

Below are examples of previous ACAVA projects

 

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Hadleigh Old Fire Station: 85 Years of Community and Place
2016 
 - 2017
Hadleigh Old Fire Station (HOFS) has been at the heart of Hadleigh for 85 years. Its Firemen and women served the local community throughout World War II and into the 21st Century. In 2012 it was part of the London 2012 Olympics (hosting the...
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St. Charles: Art for Wellbeing
2016 
 - 2016
A new art for health programme devised by the Association for Cultural Advancement thorough Visual Art (ACAVA) has received funding from the NHS West London Clinical Commissioning Group (WLCCG). Between January and June 2016 ACAVA will facilitate...
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Art in Barham Park
2015 
 - 2015
A programme of community engagement projects at our Barham Park Studios running over the summer months, funded by Brent Ward Working fund to nurturing links within the local community of Sudbury.Art in Barham Park began in Summer 2015, with funding...
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St Charles Art Commission 2014/15
2014 
 - 2014
In Autumn 2014 ACAVA was commissioned by NHS West London Clinical Commissioning Group to create arts works for permanent display within the St Charles Centre for Health and Wellbeing, through collaborative participation between professional artists...
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St Charles Art Collection (2014 to 2016)
2014 
 - 2016
Today at the St Charles Centre for Health and Wellbeing you can see the new permanent art work created by local people in collaboration with professional artists.   Works from St Charles: Art for Wellbeing from 2016 have joined artworks...
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