Tempo Arts encourages and facilitates access to and participation in contemporary art projects
SUMMARY OF PAST PROJECTS
"A day in the life of ARRCC" - a
digital media project.
"Wildthing" - music and digital
media project with Two Marsh
Tempo has been involved with the
RX Wildlife & Culture Week since
2005.This Rye Harbour Nature
Reserve Project is linked with the
Festival de l'Oiseau et de la Nature
in the Baie de Somme, in France'.
Artist residency/Public Art at Rye
Harbour Nature Reserve East
Soundscape Workshop: Arts in
Healthcare project at Eastbourne and
Hastings Conquest Hospitals
Listening to swallows flying low
Wildthing: Digital media Project with
two Romney Marsh schools for RX
Wildlife Festival 2008"
supported by Shepway District Council:
A digital story initiative with clients at Magdala House. Final work
will be exhibited at Farley's Farm Gallery, Chiddingly near Lewes
Musical chimes making with Members
from ARRCC in Rye
Hastings School environmental trip to
Baie de Somme
We particularly encourage projects for communities living in rural and marginalised areas
Wildlife & Culture Festival 2007
Sound bench with found sound and
new music. Run by solar energy
Arts in Healthcare Conquest and
Eastbourne general Hospitals. Sound
and music workshops.
Making Sense. Visual and music
project with older people suffering
from various aging diseases in
Hastings and Croydon.
Hastings Coastal Currents Open
access singing workshops project
for young people in Hastings.
Between the Lines. Musicmaking
with schoolchildren, local nursing
home for Older people and the
Kurdish Refugee Centre in Croydon.