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  • What Wac Arts means to me, by John Gaine

    By Wac Arts on 21/06/2018
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    As Wac Arts heads into our fortieth birthday, we have been talking to the young people who are current attendee and those who are alum about their experiences at Wac Arts. You may of seen on our social media that we have been capturing these conversations to give our networks a sneak peak into our community and life at Wac […]
  • Ministry of Senses

    By Wac Arts on 14/06/2018
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    Holiday project from the 6th-10th August 2018. Using dynamic dance music technology, multi-sensory visual tools and dazzling dance skills, the young people will re-invent our perceptions of the rave experience.
  • Wac Arts Summer Schools 2018

    By Wac Arts on 08/06/2018
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    Dance, singing, music production, circus skills and aerials for ages 5 and up this summer (13th-24th August 2018).
  • Wac Arts Diploma presents The Threepenny Opera

    By Wac Arts on 07/06/2018
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    Friday 29th June (7:30pm) and Saturday 30th June (2:30pm and 7:30pm) at John Lyon's Theatre, City Lit, 1-10 Keeley St. London WC2B 4BA
  • Wac Arts receives funding for new game tackling obesity

    By Wac Arts on 06/06/2018
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    Wac Arts is delighted to announce we have secured funding from the Camden Can Innovation Fund for a project that will motivate the public to become more active. This funding programme was established to allow local groups and organisations to find innovative ways of tackling some of the complex issues behind obesity in Camden. In addition to the funding, we […]
  • The need to give creative value to technology to enrich young people’s lives

    By Wac Arts on 05/06/2018
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    Across the various youth settings and schools that work with disabled young people, you’ll find an abundance of technology. There’s everything from iPads to tech like Sound Beams, Eye Gaze, skoogs, makey makey circuit boards… The list goes on. There are lots of weird and wonderful tools out there that help provide a dynamic multi-sensory experience for disabled young people. […]
  • The Power of Partnerships – Collaboration is the way forward in performing arts

    By Wac Arts on 27/04/2018
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    Wac Arts has always been a huge advocate of collaborative working. It has been the approach that has helped us provide exciting range of activities and performing arts training for children and young people. In March 2017, we were awarded the Camden Council Contract for Short Breaks for 3 years which has been funding our after school and weekend clubs […]
  • Wac Nites and Summer Schools

    By Wac Arts on 27/04/2018
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    For 15 years Wac Arts has received funding from Camden Youth Service enabling the delivery of evening programmes in performing and creative arts (and some sport!) working with over 1100 young people. We are really grateful to have had this fantastic support and as the funding has now drawn to a close we are planning two brand new exciting projects… […]
  • AJ is our Marathon Man!

    By Wac Arts on 16/04/2018
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    Next weekend, more than 50,000 people will be running in the Virgin Money London Marathon. Wac Arts are fortunate enough to have received a Charity Ballot place, and are delighted that AJ Lipford will be running for us on April 22nd. AJ was originally a member of our London Landmarks Half Marathon team, but jumped at the chance to go […]
  • The Wac Arts Weekender returns to the Old Town Hall

    By Wac Arts on 11/04/2018
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    Following the success of the first ever Wac Arts Weekender in 2017, 'Beyond Time' aimed even bigger. The festival was created and inspired by a team of Young Advisors and professional creatives.
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