News & Blogs

We are looking for an Experienced Oral Historian for a Windrush heritage project

We are looking for an experienced Oral Historian to conduct a series of Oral History interviews to collect stories as part of a Heritage Project. This freelance role, funded by…

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Learning Through The Arts went to Tilbury Docks!

Trip To Tilbury Docks – Saturday 20th July 2019 As part of our current heritage project The Story Of Windrush Migrants, Learning Through The Arts organised a field trip to Tilbury Docks,…

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Learning Through The Arts are coming to Diaspora Day 2019!

Learning Through The Arts are excited to announce that we coming to this year’s African Diaspora Festival! Creative Director Ademola Adeniji will be presenting this Friday 19th July, a short talk…

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BWIR E-Booklet

BWIR Digital Booklet As part of the BWIR & KAR In The Great War heritage project, we have produced a small guide to the British West Indies Regiment, featuring images…

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British West Indies Regiment & Kings African Rifles exhibition returns to Milton Keynes!

Exciting news, The BWIR & KAR exhibition is returning to Milton Keynes! You can see the exhibition at MK Central Library from Tuesday 5th March – Saturday 27th April during…

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New Volunteering Opportunities Announced

We have some exciting new Volunteering and Work Placement opportunities for our upcoming Windrush project that will run throughout 2019. Research Assistant Exhibition Coordinator Project/ Admin Support Assistant For more…

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Susan DeMont Legacy Awards 2018

On the 24th July 2018, Learning Through The Arts attended The Susan de Mont mentoring and Community Recognition awards, hosted by Plias Resettlement at the Sattavis Patidar Centre. This very…

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Creative Vibes: Talent Show Opportunity Announced

Share your talent and raise money for charity! Creative Vibes is a talent show for young people (13-19yrs) based in the Luton or Bedford area. If you or your group…

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New Volunteer Opportunities Announced!

We are pleased to share two exciting new volunteer positions at Learning Through The Arts:- Assistant Art Support Tutor Role description: Work alongside workshop facilitators to plan and deliver creative…

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African Drumming Returns!

We are pleased to announce that we will be partnering with Ashford Place in Cricklewood to deliver four weeks of African Drumming and movement sessions to their regular clients over…

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