Good Vibrations facilitator Alan Bryden explores the how, what and why of community art. Hear from a range of Glasgow-based community artists about what community art is to them and about some extraordinary creative projects they’ve been part of.
Alan talks to three Glasgow based artists about being musicians and asks the question – can anyone become a musician and get up on stage to perform?
Russ and Sam speak to Chris Atkins, about being separated from his son while in prison, and Sharon Berry, founder of charity Storybook Dads, about how their work supports fathers maintain or establish relationships with children.
A mix of music from our Resonate gamelan group in the community.
A relaxation mix of Indonesian gamelan music and some simple relaxation techniques.
Part 2 of our compilation of conversations we’ve had during the pandemic with ex-prisoners and people working in criminal justice. As they reflect on their lives, some interesting stories are told.
A compilation of conversations we’ve had during the pandemic with ex-prisoners and people working in criminal justice. As they reflect on their lives, some interesting stories are told.
Russ speaks to Professor E. Aminudin Aziz, Education and Culture Attaché from the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in London, about all things gamelan, Indonesia and what makes the work of Good Vibrations unique.
Russ interviews Good Vibrations facilitator Nikki Kemp who has been involved with Good Vibrations since the beginning. They chat about music and mindfulness and how she came to the organisation from a classical music background.
Russ speaks to Errol about his career as a spoken word poet and his experience of performing live. Errol first encountered Good Vibrations as a participant and offers a unique insight into the power of the arts.