Local filmmaker and author Paul Windridge hosts another of his Short Film Nights at Independent Arts, showcasing short films from around the world! Featuring films by independent filmmakers of all descriptions, some 2 minutes long some 20, each introduced by Paul. Doors from 1915, showings begin at 19.45. Tickets are on a pay-what-you-want basis, but a suggested donation of £5 per person, all of which will be donated to Independent Arts to help us keep changing lives through arts. Donations can be made at the event itself. Limited non-reserved seating, so booking in advance is advised. All films shown will be the equivalent of PG, but may contain adult humour and themes. 14+ only. BOYB for 18+, limited to a "reasonable amount" per person. The venue reserves right to refuse admission at their discretion. Book by e-mailing [email protected] or calling on 01983 822437
Lake Coffee House Fundraising Quiz: 5th August – Lake Coffee House kindly hosting a Saturday evening quiz to raise funds for Independent Arts. Please contact the venue directly for details and to book a team. 01983 211151
Independent Arts are delighted to once again be the associated charity of Wight Proms festival, taking place at Northwood House. We will be on site every day with merchandise, creative activities, and raffles. For more information and tickets please visit www.wightproms.co.uk
Ventnor Fringe: 21st – 30th July: Art in the park! – Join Independent Arts in the park at Ventnor Fringe to sketch and draw our brand new installation from all angles! Discover the hidden themes of the installation, explore the work, and sketch-what-you-see to add to our live exhibition throughout the festival. All materials provided for donation to Independent Arts. Suitable for all ages from 4 – 104. For more info visit ventnor fringe website.
CPD for Isle of Wight mental health workers, youth professionals, teachers and school-based support workers
Friday 3rd February. Screenings at 7.30pm, 8pm and 8.30pm. Book your tickets now to see this thought-provoking film from the Sandown and Lake Youth Forum