Do you want to develop skills in dance, drama, music and film?
Total Arts is Cambridge Junction’s fortnightly participation group for disabled young people aged 13-25. It offers opportunities to participate in exciting arts activities with professional artists. Through participating you can also gain an Arts Award; a unique and nationally recognised qualification to develop creativity and confidence.
Assisted by a team of skilled support workers, Total Arts provides quality care, whist also enabling our participants to foster a lifelong passion for the arts.Get In Touch
If you/your child is interested in attending and they are eligible for funding, you will already have an allocated Early Help Co-ordinator or Social Worker. Please contact them in the first instance as you may be able to use your personalised budget to access the group.
If you are not in receipt of any funding and you are not currently known to the Disabled Children’s Social Care Teams please follow this link which will guide you through the referral process. Alternatively, if you/your child would like to attend without applying for an assessment then you can pay Cambridge Junction direct
To join, or for more information, please contact email Total Arts
Click below to learn more about Total Arts Mini Bytes – Cambridge Junction’s fortnightly participation group for disabled children aged 9-13yrs.Learn more
Here is a short audio from Irving, one of our founding members of the group, sharing his experiences of Total Arts for over the last decade:
Big Trouble Little Pictures
A Total Arts Film Festival
Our Total Arts team have developed their very own Total Arts Film Festival, Big Trouble, Little Pictures. The festival is curated, programmed, managed and delivered by the young people.
If you would like to start making a film for next year’s Big Trouble, Little Pictures film festival check out the video and resource pack below
Watch the ‘Film Spoilers: An Insider’s Guide to Making Your Own Movie’ here!
This pack has been developed by Cambridge Junction’s Creative Learning team and is designed to accompany the short film, ‘Film Spoilers: An Insider’s Guide to Making Your Own Movie’.