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Digital Services from the Library

Culture and Creativity

Inspire, Enrich, Create

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Enabling local communities to access and participate in a variety of quality and diverse arts and cultural experiences through local libraries.

 

Digital events and activities

Visit our digital events programme to see what’s on at Worcestershire Libraries. Access Poetry readings, author talks and other online cultural events.

Follow Worcestershire Libraries on facebook (opens in a new window) to keep up to date with the launch of new cultural and creative services.

Enrol on a creative course

A range of adult and family learning courses are now being delivered online. Indulge your creativity and join courses such as ‘Watercolour Painting’, ‘Why not Draw?’, ‘Jewellery Making’ and ‘Acoustic Guitar for beginners’. The creative courses are available to book online (opens in a new window)

Watch free cultural events courtesy of the Living Knowledge Network

Worcestershire Libraries have been streaming live cultural events within library buildings across the county since September 2019. With widespread closure of public libraries to help prevent the spread of Covid-19, the Living Knowledge Network have now curated an archive programme of their past events for people to watch online.

The archive programme launched on Friday 5th June 2020 and new events are added each week; promising to be varied in content to appeal to a wide cross-section of audiences.

In the future, customers will be able to view live streaming events again within library buildings. Until then, the archive programme will provide an interim culture fix!

Go to the Living Knowledge Network (opens in a new window)

Young Poet Laureate 2020

Every year, one young person from Worcestershire is given the title Worcestershire's Young Poet Laureate. In this role, our Young Poet Laureate champions poetry as an art form with the aim of encouraging and inspiring other young people to write and perform poetry.

They are also mentored by a professional poet and given coaching on writing and performance.

Ellie Dart from Kidderminster has been crowned Young Poet Laureate 2020. Watch the winning poetry performances from all age groups (opens in a new window)
 

 


Additional resources available online

Partners

  • Severn Arts (opens in a new window) – Worcestershire’s Arts partnership who deliver the Council’s Support for the Arts programme
  • Museums Worcestershire (opens in a new window) - Stay connected with your local heritage. Museums Worcestershire are bringing their collections to you in an exciting programme of activities, videos and interactive fun. #MuseumFromHome means that even during these strange times, everyone can access culture online. Click through to explore craft activities, digital exhibitions, and curator tours!

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