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The Kendal Brewery Arts Centre Trust Limited


Grant awarded to Kendal Brewery Arts Centre (Cumbria) 10 Oct 2006

To fund an International Women's Festival at Brewery Arts Centre, Cumbria.

Grant awarded to Kendal Brewery Arts Centre (Cumbria) 08 Apr 2009

To employ Mark Butcher to compile a business report to attract funding for the Womens Arts International Festival from NWDA and Cumbria County Council.

Grant awarded to Kendal Brewery Arts Centre (Cumbria) 14 Jul 2008

Towards the costs of employing staff to develop the Women's Arts International festival in Kendal, Cumbria.

Experience the River 23 Apr 2007

Kendal Brewery Arts Centre Trust Ltd will use an award to seek and promote the education of the public using arts and crafts for this purpose. The project will involve children from local schools. They will explore the importance of the river system on the environment and society. Following this the participants will work with professional artists to produce various pieces of work to express their findings. These artworks will be exhibited in the Brewery Arts Centre Main Gallery.

World War II Anniversary 26 Nov 2004

The Kendal Brewery Arts Centre has been given an award to allow them to carry out a series of events during 2005 culminating in a 'Forties Fortnight and Commemoration of VE Day' in May. The events will be aimed at the whole community and will include activities such as 'Growing up in World War 2', Lost Found Time Exhibition, Make do and Mend workshops, a commemorative party and a theatre performance relating to stories from World War 2.

Educational Exchange Project 16 Mar 2006

The project is for two youth theatre groups - one from a rural area and one from an urban area - to collaborate on a three week residential course and develop a short performance piece using their locality as a stimulus. The youth theatre groups will be involved at all stages of planning and development and then perform the piece in both locations. The money is for 2 X Project Support Staff and 1 X Chaperone, production and technical costs, cost of residency, travel and publicity costs.