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We want to help the people of Wokingham Borough be a more unified and supporting community through the use of creativity and the arts.

Whether you want to sing or act or paint or dance or go to a performance or visit a community gallery to browse and shop, explore this site. Discover what's on in the local area. Enjoy 'more arts.'.

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Crowds enjoyed a fine day out

Sunday 18th February 11am-3pm. Market Place, Wokingham

Many people enjoyed 'more arts.' The Lion dance was popular

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The Lunar New Year Celebration brought crowds to the Market Place.

The lion dance, one of the most important traditions at Chinese New Year, was performed in the heart of the town alongside music, arts and crafts.

Artists from 'more arts.' showed youngsters how to make dragon puppets, as 2024 is the year of the Dragon, or how to make dragon Uchiwa fans.

'more arts.' Sponsors Sculpture

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'more arts.' supports the Arc, Wokingham's stunning new sculpture

Jim Stockley, the chair of 'more arts.', recently met with Robin Cops, the vice chair of Arts4Wokingham to pledge support for The Arc.

The sculpture is Arts4Wokingham's first commissioned piece of art for the borough and will be sited outside Carnival Hub.

It is to be created by award-winning international sculptor, Nicola Anthony.

However, to turn her version into reality, Arts4Wokingham needs to raise £200,000 from supporters. It is not receiving any public funding.

The support was welcomed by Mr Cops. "We thank Jim for 'more arts.'s generous donation," he said. "They are pleased to have their name associated with this first major piece of public art being established in Wokingham by Arts4Wokingham."

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'more arts.' has released a 12-minute video to show our Local Arts Loan programme

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Our 'Local Arts Loan' programme selects high quality A-Level student artwork from local schools and provides it to local businesses and other organisations to enhance their office space.

The businesses pay a small amount each week for each piece, which we share with the schools, enabling them to invest in much needed art material and equipment.

Businesses can opt to pay a small amount extra, which we add to our Legacy Fund which we use to fund arts activities to help vulnerable young people.

We also loan pieces of art free of charge to local care homes, encouraging residents to discuss what the art work means to them and perhaps enabling them to reminisce about their younger lives.

Take a few moments to view our new Promotional Video.

If you would like to learn how your organisation can join the programme, and view some of the artwork in our online catalogue, go to the Local Arts Loan section of our website.

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