Making Noise is a series of weekend musical workshops for parents and carers and their children and young people with disabilities or sensory impairment in Grantham, Sleaford, Lincoln and now Louth! Parents and carers are encouraged to participate in the workshops.
The workshops allow children and young people to express themselves and develop their social skills through a range of music making activities. These include using traditional and specialised instruments, vocals and music technology including iPads; with a wide range of music apps for all ages and abilities.
Making Noise places are limited and registration is essential to ensure that all special needs and access requirements are catered for. Details of dates and times can be found on our events calendar and places can be booked by telephone (01522 510073) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Making Noise Festival is now live on our website. A new portal to share your pictures, videos and photographs of your Making Noise or other music and arts sessions. Click here to access the Festival (Password Protected).
Making Noise is funded by the Lincolnshire Music and Arts Education Hub and delivered by soundLINCS. It is supported at the National Centre for Craft and Design, Sleaford, by North Kesteven District Council’s artsNK team. It is supported at the Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham, by South Kesteven District Council.