Jubilee Arts was a community arts group founded in 1974 in Sandwell.
They worked locally, often from their playbus.
Jubilee worked with all the communities in Sandwell.
Di Deh Yasso, an exhibition about Caribbean food.
Jubilee worked in street theatre, playschemes, community fesitvals and Theatre in Education.
Jubilee encouraged people to photograph their own lives.
Long before selfies!
Jubilee supported creativity in young and old.
Jubilee supported the workers fighting for their rights.
Jubilee Arts won a BAFTA for their work with new technologies.
Lifting the Weight, an interactive CD developed with Geese Theatre.
Jubilee worker and visionary, Sylvia King led the proposal and fund raising for a new art centre.
Jubilee Arts was a community Arts group founded in 1974 in Sandwell. They worked with street theatre, play schemes, community festivals, murals and innovative Theatre-in-Education
projects. Much of their work made use of silk-screen printing, photography, reel-to-reel video. Later they embraced new technology as a powerful tool for community arts work.
In loving memory of The Public