That’s the idea that drives us forward at Beulah62, Harrogate’s community arts venue that enables people from all walks of life to enjoy as they learn and develop new skills and interests.
It doesn’t matter who you are or where you’re from, creative arts transcend all boundaries, inspire and connect people. Whether it’s painting or sewing, writing stories or playing musical instruments, we see time and again how thrilled visitors to Beulah62 are when they are encouraged to discover new arts and crafts, then find they enjoy them.
We don’t discriminate on any basis
People of all ages, abilities and backgrounds welcome to visit us. You don’t need to consider yourself educated or have lots of money to develop new creative interests and skills with our help.
Beulah62 offers a safe space in which we embrace diversity, equality and inclusion for everyone including the most disadvantaged. Linking with key local agencies, we love, value and respect anyone who connects with us in any area of what we do.
A creative community
With art studio facilities and affordable office space to rent, we are building a creative community in which budding artists, musicians and writers are able to showcase their work and grow in confidence, in turn giving back to others what they themselves have learned.
Our vision is bold, ambitious and achievable
Visitors can drop in any time we’re open to see what we’re doing and get involved if something takes their fancy. Guest artists, musicians and writers, along with the core Beulah62 team, are always on hand to nurture and offer constructive advice.
Come find us at 11 Beulah Street in Harrogate. Come and have a cup of tea or a freshly brewed coffee and discover for yourself what we’re all about. You’ll always get a friendly welcome – so let’s meet, start talking with each other and see what we can do, together.
Beulah62 encourages everyone to grow creatively, developing artistic skills for life and wellbeing. Guest artists, musicians and writers are always on hand to nurture and offer constructive advice.We provide a safe space for all and don’t discriminate. Press and public enquiries: 01423 508892.