Connection in Isolation

Here at the Horsebridge we are adjusting to a new way of life with our doors closed and not being able to interact with lovely people everyday or share in their arts experiences.

We thought we may be able to help keep connected with you and help those isolated with a range of activities and challenges. We'll also be sharing content from creatives that we work with regularly who have kindly created a variety of activities to keep us stimulated and connected.

Please keep checking our social channels too as we will share even more there. (links at the bottom of the page)

Virtual Young Makers Club

We can't run our Young Makers Club in the centre at the moment, but we will be making a Virtual Young Makers Club available every Thursday.

Catch up and share your creations.

Watch now

Creative Challenge

Each week we are going to set a Creative Challenge to anyone to take part in. We'll try and go across a range of arts each week and not reliant on specific materials. The aim is for us to share with each other and stay connected.

Join in

Virtual Exhibitions

Our closure means we haven't been able to bring exhibitions to you that artist and groups have been planning for months. Where we can we are going to bring these to you virtually. 

You can see them on ourGalleriespage as they go live. The first one is our own Virtually This Is What I Want To Show You.

Take a look

Join the conversation

How much did we take for granted simple daily interactions? With that in mind, our team are going to be sharing their passions and challenges and would love to hear from you all to keep alive those interactions in these unprecedented circumstances.

Find out what Priscilla is wondering about on Facebook or Twitter.

Let Me Show You CV

If you are on Instagram, then please go and take part in our Community Instagram Exhibition. We have been running This Is What I Want to Show You for three years and our exhibition this year has had to be postponed. We have now extended this to include a special section for insights into life during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Pop over to Instagram to find out more