Running exciting, cultural festivals throughout the year
Welcome to one of the biggest community-led cultural events in Coventry. This is your chance to see some of our hidden and brilliant talents.
But did you know the Positive Images Festival isn’t just about our annual festival? We try to hold events throughout the year, keeping our community and volunteers engaged in activities important to them.
There’s loads for you to see throughout the year, too. We embrace diversity in all its forms and make it our business to find opportunities for burgeoning talent from minority communities.
Our work culminates in the annual festival when you get to see Coventry’s finest do their stuff.
Positive Images Peace Festival Competition Neighbours
What does being a good neighbour mean? Who or what do we consider our neighbours to be, and just as importantly, who doesn’t feel part of a neighbourhood? These are age-old questions that have become even more
We Speak Poetry – Youtube Series
In association with Coventry Alive and Positive Images Festival, I am launching a brand-new YouTube series with the aim of shining a spotlight on quality poetry from a variety of cultures and languages.
Positive Images Festival to take place from September 2020
Post Festival Programme
Following the cancellation of the Summer Festival 16th June to 4th July 2020 the remaining programme is either confirmed or has been rescheduled for the rest of 2020 to March 2021
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF THE POSITIVE IMAGES FESTIVAL 13th June to 4th July 2020
Sadly due to the current Covid 19 epidemic, this year’s Summer Festival including the Craft and Food Fair and the Community Information Fair 19th June in Broadgate, will be cancelled.
Around the World Competition
Teachers Encourage your students to:
Research aspects of climate
Collect images showing the impact of climate change around the world
Use these images to create mosaics or collages.
Positive Images Peace Festival Poetry Competition - HUMAN RIGHTS
The Fourth Annual Positive Images Peace Festival Poetry Competition on the subject of Human Rights.
Venue: The Hope Centre, Sparkbrook Street, Hillfields, Coventry CV1 5LB
Time: 1.00pm – 4.00pm
Date: Saturday 23rd November 2019
Poetry at the Tin with Liz Berry
An Evening Dedicated To The Memory Of Local Artist And Poet Leanne Bridgewater
FRIDAY 4TH OCTOBER 2019
THE TIN, 1-4 CANAL BASIN, ST NICHOLAS STREET, CV1 4HY
Doors open 7.00pm
Coventry City of Culture 2021 - Workshops Celebration
Saturday 14th September
Albany Theatre, Albany Road, Coventry CV5 6JQ
Positive Posts Exhibition
The Positive Posts exhibition put together by Kate Severn Hills, artist and Vice Chair of Positive Images, is now on display at the Central Library until the 8th September.
The exhibition is upstairs on the Balcony area near the Public Computer booking desk.
Free Music and Drumming Workshops
THREE WORKSHOPS POSITIVE IMAGES FESTIVAL - COVENTRY CITY OF CULTURE 2021
at the Shop Front Theatre, 38 City Arcade, Coventry CV1 3HW
Saturday 24th and 31st August and Sunday 8th September
All workshops 10.00am to 12 noon
City of Culture 2021 - workshops
Dreamscape Movement and art
3 x 3 stand alone workshops to be held at St Peter's Centre
The first Saturday of the month starting
Saturday 4th May
Saturday 1st June
Saturday 6th July
All starting from 9.30 a.m until 12.30 p.m
HerStory - Why We Write
1pm - 3:30pm 30th March 2019 at Central Library Meeting
A discussion with and readings from three female writers living in the West Midlands, including audience Q and A session. Followed by an opportunity to meet the authors with book selling and signings.
Safe Places - Poetry Competition - Listen to the World - Poetry Reading and Award Ceremony
The winners were announced on Saturday 10th November at theHope Centre, Sparkbrook Street, Hillfields, Coventry CV1 5LB
Ian McMillan and Tony Husband in cartoon history 12th September
You Tube Video of the event
Venue: ALBANY THEATRE, ALBANY ROAD, CV5 6JQ
Time: 7.30pm - 9.30pm (Doors open 7.00pm)