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Feltham Arts has 30 years experience in producing visual, outdoor arts shows and carnivals, having performed both in Hounlsow most recently at the Night of Festivals and in major London events such as the London New Years Day Parade and Thames Festival. Some of our work is site specific, this has included World Heritage Site Kew Gardens and Hampton Court Palace. Outdoor events provide immersive experiences that invite local communities and audiences to contribute to the story or performance.
Acts as a catalyst for social interaction
Animates public space
Creates access to live performance
Access to the arts for all
Celebrates cultural diversity
The setting for arts projects with older people is mainly across sheltered accommodation in Hounslow, providing a weekly programme to residents. Creative writing, storytelling, dance, textiles, printmaking, ceramics and painting are just some of the art forms offered. Artworks produced contribute to exhibitions, installations or performances throughout the year, notably the annual Feltham Festival and 60+ Festival in Hounslow.
Improved health and wellbeing
Residents participate more in community life
Residents are given more opportunities to use their skills and time
Feltham Festival takes place each year throughout May and June.
The Festival has become a calendar fixture renowned for showcasing exciting emerging local artists, music, variety shows, visual arts and high quality community arts. Last year we celebrated the Festivals’ 20th Anniversary. The festival continues to act as a conduit for the best emerging talent in the borough to appear alongside established artists from across London.
We have worked in co operation with many talented local groups and organisations to select and design activities and projects for people of all ages to enjoy.
The magic and creativity the festival brings is very special to all of us, allowing local community and audiences to enjoy a broad range of interesting projects and workshops in arts, dance and community activities or to showcase work through exhibitions or to a live audience.