GemArts award winning Masala Festival is a mix and blend of the finest South Asian Arts and Culture, presented over one week across the North East of England.
Anti discrimimation Music Project with musicians Kema Sikazwe and Adam Cogden.
Funded by PCC
GemArts animation and design project to raise awareness of Mate Crime, working with The Gateshead Hoiusing Company customer led Equality, Diversity and Inclusion group and Changing Lives Gateshead. Artist: Tommy Anderson.
GemArts, Equal Arts and The Lawnmowers consortium one of 140 projects awarded Arts Council England’s Catalyst Evolve fund to develop fundraisin and raise philanthropic income.
“Khyal: Music and Imagination” is an AHRC-funded partnership project based at Durham University. The project aims to stimulate new forms of artistic production based on interactions between performers, ethnomusicologists and visual artists, and to promote public engagement with music and visual arts. GemArts and Durham University worked with visual Artists, local schools and live musicians to create brand new work for an exciting exhibition displayed in the Laing Art Gallery in November 2016.
GemArts Riverside Ragas concert series matches an exceptional performance programme with informative pre concert talks, in conversations or masterclasses for those who want to learn more about Indian music.
East by North East is a Youth Music funded project led by GemArts, working in partnership with the Sage Gateshead, CHAT Trust, North Benwell Youth Project, Excelsior Academy, Benfield School, Life Transformation Church and Gateshead Council's Resettlement Team. Established in 2013, this project has gone from strength to strength and now offers music making opportunities for more than 170 young people across Newcastle and Gateshead each week.