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A participant enjoys Leeds Carnival in a bright yellow carnival costume.

Dear P

We hate to say it, but the World Cup is over in less than a week. What are we going to do for the rest of the summer?! Well, as the sun continues to shine, we’ve got you covered: from a carnival just for kids to a forest packed with sculptures, you can find outdoor arts and culture all across the country.

So don't dally, find out what #ACEsupported work is happening near you and get out there! 

Images from Hepworth Wakefield by Marc Atkins / Art Fund 2017

Leeds West Indian Carnival
25 - 27 August, Leeds

The oldest Caribbean carnival in the country, and the biggest in the North. Founded in 1967, this 51-years-young carnival will feature local and regional troupes and artists will be getting involved in the parade, including RJC Dance. Find out more >

Grizedale Forest
Cumbria

A remarkable collection of public sculpture has grown across this natural estate. New to the forest is a trail by Tania Kovats and work by Keith Wilson and Laura FordFind out more >

Marie Marriot, EMCCAN Regional Queen Winner 2016. Costume designed by Lincoln Rahmut. Image copyright Black Tomcat Photography

East Midlands Carribean Carnivals
July - August, Various locations across East Midlands

East Midlands Caribbean Carnival Arts Network EMCCAN support four Caribbean carnivals in the region: Derby, Leister, Northampton and Nottingham with a regional King and Queen Show as well as touring high quality costumes via their Flights of Fancy project. Find out more >

Loughborough Mela
19 August, Loughborough

Produced by Charnwood Arts, this free event celebrates the town’s cultural and ethnic diversity. Packed with fun family entertainment and an assortment of musical styles from South Asia and around the world including Indian Classical, Bollywood, folk and world music in the heart of the city centre.  Find out more >

performers dressed in hyena costume

Hackney Kids' Carnival 
15 July, Dalston Square

Four Hackney schools have immersed themselves in carnival workshops to create the first ever Hackney Kids' Carnival taking place Sunday 15 July. The main carnival is on Sunday 9 September with appearances from several of our
#ACEsupported carnival arts organisations. Find out more > 

Zee London Mela
18-19 August, Southall Park 

Now in its 16th year, the London Mela celebrates the culture of London's South Asian communities and showcases musical legends, international artists, local talent, extraordinary dance and spectacular street theatre. Find out more > 

Hollow - University of Bristol & Situations
Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust
Gloucestershire

A unique collection of permanent and temporary sculpture built up over 30 years, managed by Forestry Commission England. Includes work by Annie Cattrell and David Nash. In 2016, the Trust installed two new temporary artworks and two more permanent works.
Find out more >

Groundwork
May - September, West Cornwall 

This major new programme of art projects reaches across the breadth of west Cornwall. Featuring sculpture, film and sound commissions by leading artists including Adam Chodzko and Manon De Boer. Based at CAST in Helston, keep an eye on the changing schedule for something different every week of the summer and a chance to experience this distinctive l andscape. Find out more >
Jelly Mould Pavilion by Lubiana Himid - Folkestone seafront. Photo: Loz Pycock

Folkestone Art Collection
Folkestone, Kent


A sculpture park embedded in this buzzy seaside town, enjoy several dozen of the remaining commissions from previous Folkestone Triennials including perfectly-sited works by Paloma Varga Weisz and Cornelia Parker. Find out more >

CASS Sculpture Foundation 
West Sussex

A fantastic day trip from London, the CASS Sculpture Foundation is a hidden gem. Their current exhibition (which runs until 2 September) brings the work of Olaf Breuning to both the inside and outside spaces and includes his specially created piece Scrap Faces, constructed on site during the Easter Weekend, along with Clouds from 2014. Find out more >


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