ILLUMINATE PERSONNEL & CREDITS

With the Illuminate Album now out, Create Recovery would like to thank everyone involved in this special project. The full list of personnel and credits are below. TRACK LISTING   Turn The Other Cheek – Matthew Starritt  Writer(s): Matthew Starritt Producer(s): Jo Webb, Matthew…

ALBUM LAUNCH PARTY

Create Recovery were pleased to celebrate the work and talent of a number of great singer-songwriters and artists at the album launch party of Illuminate in Camden on 31st January 2019. Illuminate is an album collated from recordings funded by Create Recovery and generous…

MUSIC ALBUM

At Create Recovery we support a number of music projects. We are particularly proud of a current community project lead by artist, Matthew Starritt. The end result of this project is the release of a compilation album of music written and recorded by artists…

PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS

Create Recovery is pleased to celebrate the upcoming exhibition of Sarah Buckingham’s work, ‘A new dawn, a new day’. The exhibition will run from September 1st-22nd 2017 at Farnham Pottery, Pottery Lane, Wrecclesham, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 4 SL. For more information please visit http://sarahabuckingham.com/ and https://www.thefarnhampottery.co.uk/ The series…

OPEN CALL

We are looking to launch an online gallery to promote the work of artists in recovery. If you have a drawing/painting, poem, piece of music, short film or other work you would like to be shown on our website please get in touch by…

POETRY

Is that you Is that you Your dark eyes all seeing but not seen behind a wall secreted in an alter quietly waiting in a confessional, ready to forgive. In each station of the cross, boxed in linen robes belted with a rope sandals…

ARTWORK OR MATERIALS

We are looking to create an online gallery to celebrate artists in recovery. This will primarily be a supportive showcase rather than a fundraising activity. However, we are lucky enough to have received a few donations by working artists, if you are interested in…

10 TIPS FOR ARTISTS IN RECOVERY

Tips for Artists in Recovery   Learn to work with Perfectionism   One of the biggest challenges we can face in recovery is self-acceptance and coming to believe that we are good enough exactly the way we are. Perfectionistic tendencies are common for recovering…