What is SICA Britain all about?
Within each person there is a potential for creativity and artistic expression. This enhances happiness and forges a link between a person’s inner world and outer life. SICA encourages creative thinking, sharing of feelings and the promotion of intercultural friendship through all human endeavour. SICA is, in effect a catalyst for adults and children discovering their muse, and a meeting ground for those wishing to explore their creativity.
S.I.C.A. stands for Subud® International Cultural Association. Whether or not you are a member of the Subud® Association you may like to participate in SICA events. You might also be interested in the International body by visiting their website.
SICA Britain currently focuses its programmes and activities in the following key action areas:
- Education and Training
- Health and Family Care
- Interfaith and Multiculturalism
- Music and Performing Arts
- Visual Arts
- Architecture and Design
- Writing and Film.
To find a posting of interest to you, refer to the menu on the right under Recent Contributors or checkout the listings in All Artists and All Galleries in the footer below.
The footer also features the Artist of the Month and links to the Latest News of events and other items of interest. The RSS feeds from the Artists Network provide interesting articles on painting techniques, etc.
If you want to contact us with your ideas or want to submit work for inclusion,
get in touch via the Contact Page.
The World Subud Association (“WSA”) is a not-for-profit organization with its headquarters in Washington, D.C.(USA). Subud members engage in a non-denominational spiritual practice called the “latihan kejiwaan,” a practice originating in Indonesia that has now spread worldwide. We welcome new members 18 years and older. Our organization does not discriminate on any basis, including nationality, gender, colour, age, or sexual orientation. Subud is not a religion and is open to persons of all faiths and those who do not follow religions. WSA and other Subud organizations do not have a policy or practice to change the religious beliefs or practices of Subud members (or non-members), their sexual orientation, or their rights to state their views on such subjects, consistent with their own religions and the laws of the countries in which they reside.