Cathedral cloisters filled with new artworks

A new exhibition celebrating the creativity of children and young people in Worcestershire opens in Worcester Cathedral on Sunday 20 June. Read more

Creativity Exchange shares creative ideas for the classroom

How to bring fresh and creative ideas into the classroom is the discussion focus for this year’s Creativity Exchange event on Tuesday 6 July from 5 – 7.30pm. Read more

Severn Arts backs elephants to inspire county creatives

Severn Arts in partnership with Worcestershire County Council are the latest local team to support the elephant-themed sculpture trail through Worcester this summer. Read more

Malvern harpist wins Severn Arts Award

14-year-old Lily Meen from Malvern has won the Severn Arts Outstanding Instrumentalist Award at this year’s Worcester Competitive Arts Festival. Read more

New Young Poet Laureate for Worcestershire

Read the winning poems of Faith Taylor, Young Poet Laureate 2021 and our age group competition winners Alana Booth and Abbie-Lou Cox. Read more

Severn Arts to fund artists entry fees to Worcestershire Open Studios

Are you a Worcestershire visual artist, photographer or craft maker and under 25? Find out more about applying for a bursary to take part in Worcestershire Open Studios. Read more

Inspired compositions created by Furthering Talent students

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group inspired students to compose their own music in a session described as "utterly absolutely amazing!" Read more

Have you added your site to Worcestershire’s new Open Spaces directory?

Severn Arts is inviting all Worcestershire landowners and businesses with outdoor spaces to host cultural events to get in touch and be part of their new online directory. Read more

Severn Arts has signed up to the More Than A Moment Pledge – have you?

More Than A Moment: Action With & For Black Creatives to radically transform the West Midlands arts and culture sector. Read more

Young Poet Laureate competition opens

Worcestershire's annual poetry competition has opened, inviting anyone aged 8 – 18 years to take part. Read more

Severn Arts receives generous donation from local music enthusiasts

Rock Around the Hills have donated £2,435 to Severn Arts Music Awards Scheme after the sell-out sale of their limited-edition posters. Read more

Severn Arts welcomes new voices to its Board of Trustees

Worcestershire based arts charity, Severn Arts has made three new appointments to its Board of Trustees bringing new skills and experience to the organisation. Read more

Teaching music through turntablism proves huge hit

Turning the tables on traditional music education has been a huge hit for year 5s at Bengeworth CE Academy this term. Read more

High profile artists commissioned to create brand-new work for Light Night Worcester 2021

Four high profile artists have been commissioned by the Arches Festivals to create brand-new large-scale projection-based artwork for Light Night Worcester 2021. Read more

Artists sought for hope and happiness commissions

Worcestershire County Council and Severn Arts are inviting Worcestershire artists to submit a proposal for a 60-second digital commission focused on moments of happiness and hope. Read more

Severn Arts offers free places on music groups and ensembles

Young musicians can join Severn Arts music centre groups and ensembles for free if they are receiving free school meals or other benefits. Read more

Severn Arts pupil awarded outstanding instrumentalist title

14-year-old Poppy Wood from RGS Dodderhill has been awarded the title ‘Outstanding Instrumentalist’ in the Worcester Competitive Arts Festival 2020. Read more

New event offers practical advice and guidance to festival and event organisers

Severn Arts is holding a free online series of discussions 18-20 August 2020 to support Worcestershire event and festival organisers. Read more

Creative make-over planned for city centre shop units

Local artists invited to put forward creative ideas to transform vacant shop units and create an outdoor gallery for Worcester city centre. Read more