Brand new for hArt...
We have two brilliant new things to tell you all about.
We have a new 'Creative Community' facebook group where we can, no matter what your experience or ability, come together to inspire and be inspired. Just click on the image below left.
We also have a new blog, right here on the website! Click on image below right.
hArt launches our new YouTube channel with a podcast featuring the brilliant Paul Brockman
To help launch the new hArt YouTube channel, we've kicked off with a fantastic podcast hosted by Jackie Goddard, owner and creative mastermind at Atticus arts, and featuring our very own Annie Jeffery and Woodland trainer and consultant, Paul Brockman.
We're so excited to be venturing into the digital world recently, with a new YuoTube channel, a brilliant blog, and online art therapy groups.
Click on the video to enjoy the podcast, and we'd love your support with a like, share, comment and subscribe.
Fantastic Podcast from Atticus Arts, featuring our own Annie Jeffery
We're pleased and very proud to share the latest 'Creative Conversations' podcast from the brilliant Jackie Goddard at Atticus arts, featuring Annie Jeffery. It's a wonderful watch, so sit back and enjoy the video.
Also available to listen via Podbean
Zhane leapt out of a plane for hArt!
hArt is incredibly excited to tell you about a most wonderful young man called Zhane Hartley, who, at Midday on Saturday 5th June, completed a skydive to raise funds for hArt.
Zhane, as well as being a very brave young man, is a student at Southlands school near Lymington. Zhane hit his fundraising target and deserves all our admiration. He thoroughly enjoyed the skydive, and was cheered on from the ground at Old Sarum by his friends, staff from Southlands and our very own Annie & Julie.
It's not too late to donate.
The link to the funding page is here and below.
Zhane, you are a star!
A beautiful piece of art by our very own Annie Jeffery
Our chair of trustees and hArt founder, Annie, has gone back to making some sculpture – starting with the reworking of an old piece she has refreshed and updated.
This is a piece just called “Kids”
and is now in Annie’s garden where it is bringing pleasure to people walking, riding and cycling by, who have been smiling and saying how joyful it is. Annie hopes that it suggests optimism,
togetherness, joy and hugs to be enjoyed again in the future.
Exciting collaborative project
hArt, along with Spud and New Forest District Council (NFDC) are proud and exited about this New Forest-based project.
Check out the video, and for more info, click here!