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We’re thrilled to announce that Kinetika will continue to be a National Portfolio Organisation, as announced on 27th June by Arts Council England.
We have also been awarded a conditional uplift to further our work as a community centred social enterprise. Exciting times ahead!
Greenham: War and Peace
10 four-meter silk banners have been created by Kinetika artistic director Ali Pretty together with the local community (including BBOWT, St Gabriel’s School, former Peace Women, local war historians and numerous individuals) to capture and portray the many stories and events on the Common.
Opportunity for Thurrock Artists June 12th – 17th 2017
January 2017 The Backstory As I write now, I’m sitting outside the Jain Koti, home to the second residency this month at in Azimganj, Murshidabad. 15 artists and crafts people from West Bengal are here for 6 days to exchange skills and techniques with Kinetika…
Silk River is underway. Ali Pretty, Jacci Todd, (Kinetika UK) and Ruchira Das, Naireet Basak (Think Arts) took a ten-day journey along the banks of the Hooghly to hear stories from local people along the way. After a short tour of each place the team…
The Kinetika team have had an incredibly successful year so far with the completion of Thurrock 100 Stories 2016 and have secured funding for two major upcoming projects including ‘Silk River’ which celebrates links between India and the UK, and another which continues relationships with schools…