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- 11 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 01 Sep 2016
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Our Museum - TWAM transition funding 11 Jan 2016
Our Museum transition funding to be divided between salaries, backfilling for Front of House staff engaged in workshops, and a critical friend.
Virtually There aims to increase children's problem-solving skills and teachers' confidence through enquiry-based learning with an artist in vitual residence. The project takes place in a range of schools in Northern Ireland using standard classroom technology. Participants reflect on their experiences in an online journal that combines children's, artists' and teachers' perspectives to give the wider community a window into the project.
Horizon 20:20 aims to change the culture in Hampshire's PRUs so that arts-based learning, including trips to cultural destinations, becomes central to their work. The hope to see an impact on children's self-esteem and motivation to learn and teachers' professional confidence.This will be achieved through a four year programmes of artists' residencies, teacher training and Arts Awards for children.
Funding to help replicate "Reusers", a successful reuse business which provides supported placements for 10 young people per year. 08 Feb 2016
Jericho is a leading regional social enterprise and employability charity, which works with 65 young people aged 16-24 per year through targeted, year-long employability placements and wrap-around support, and shares its practice via national and international social enterprise networks. PHF support will part-fund the salary of the Social Enterprise Manager as Jericho expands the Reusers business to a second and potentially third site.
Support to develop a prototype of Mental Snapp, a mobile platform - documenting mental health service users’ recovery journeys on film 25 Jan 2016
Hannah Chamberlain and Tex Dunstan founded Mental Snapp with the goal of using their experience in film, digital media and as mental health service users and carers to allow people to contribute to their own health records. Mental Snapp is a therapeutic service that allows service users to document their experience of mental health issues and recovery journeys on film. This funding is to prototype and test a mobile platform that lets users upload video to a secure digital area: the videos can be kept private, shared with closed groups, or with health professionals to facilitate recovery.
Supporting young leaders to facilitate drama-based learning by their peers in alternative education centres. 21 Mar 2016
Odd Arts will work in partnership with Rathbone to develop a training programme for young 'ambassadors'. They will use Forum Theatre and other drama-based activities in peer education, supporting students at Rathbone's alternative education centres to engage with learning.
Acta is a community theatre which engages people from marginalised communities from across Bristol in the creation and performance of their own original theatre. This grant will support acta's core programme and Foundation initiative. This includes supporting acta to deliver participatory theatre activities with new community groups, training and mentoring a new generation of Community Theatre facilitators and contribute to sector development through CPD sessions and quarterly seminars.
Community Trails 21 Mar 2016
8 rural primary schools will work with artists, a cartographer, Devon Wildlife Trust and older people within their community to create a walking trail and map about the local area. The project will explore how a local arts organisation can support rural schools to deliver arts-based learning.
Site Gallery is Sheffield’s leading centre for contemporary art, supporting new work, community access and nurturing artistic talent with a focus on moving image, new media and performance. This grant will support Site Gallery to deliver On the Road - a four year programme to significantly grow their youth audiences and significantly expand their work connecting local young people with art and artists.
Hackney Music Development Trust will trial a new model of working with schools using performance arts, and assist staff at Queen Eleanor Primary school to develop arts based teaching and learning activities.
Matinée 25 Apr 2016
Arts Derbyshire is a membership organisation with a remit to widen access to and participation in the arts and build the capacity of the cultural sector in Derbyshire. Working in partnership with independent film venues and voluntary-led film clubs, Arts Derbyshire will establish a dementia friendly film programme across the county and explore how new models of film presentation can ensure that film is accessible for people with dementia and their carers. Working with its member organisations, and partners including the BFI Film Audiences Network and Alzheimers Society, Arts Derbyshire aims to advance policy and practice dementia-friendly arts.
Core support of community engagement work 25 Apr 2016
A grant to secure the legacy of the Our Museum initiative and help to strengthen and widen both the community ownership and access to the gallery.
Clan Childlaw proposes to develop its services to extend access to legal representation for children and young people in Scotland into new policy areas, advance policy and enhance implementation of children's rights, particularly children involved with the care and criminal justice systems. PHF support will contribute to senior staff salaries as well as help to pay for a consultant fundraiser.
MyBnk designs and delivers financial and enterprise workshops to young people aged 11-25 in schools and youth organisations. The grant is to fund the Quality and Training Director who leads on operations, monitoring and evaluation. MyBnk is expanding into the South West currently and plans to expand further to the Midlands and North over the next couple of years. It also wants to grow its work focusing on the most vulnerable young people and to evidence its impact and the social return on investment it achieves, so that it can attract funding from new sources.
Having spent five years refining its model and testing out replication in London and India, Vi-Ability is laying the groundwork for geographic expansion. Following extensive pro bono support, it aspires to reach 200 clubs in up to 10 countries within three years. It is trialling new income generation strategies, including corporate training and a smartphone game. It is seeking funding towards the salary of a COO, to help steer the organisation and realise opportunities to expand.
London's Burning (part of Great Fire 350) 01 Feb 2016
Support to underpin the participation and engagement strand of work for this large scale public event across the river Thames, enouraging disadvantaged young people from five London boroughs to take an actiove part in designing and building an ephemeral art installation to commemorate the anniversary of the Great Fire of London.
Almeida Theatre and its production: Boy 08 Feb 2016
Support to underpin the collaboration between Almeida Projects and Arsenal in the Community’s Positive Future around the main stage production of “Boy”, by Leo Butler - a play that focuses on social exclusion. Performance pieces will be written by young people across four different settings, with a film-maker documenting the process and Arsenal players reading the finished works alongside actors.
Young Scot is the national youth information and citizenship agency for young people in Scotland aged 11-26. Our funding will strengthen its capacity around co-design in three localities, as it develops targeted and bespoke work with young people in those areas. This builds on Young Scot's existing offer to young people including an information and advice website portal which received 2 million page views last year, and the Young Scot smart card, which is held by 620,000 young people. The charity aims to support young people to make informed decisions, play an active part in communities and be involved in decision making.
Community Associates 11 Apr 2016
Two local community organisations will become "Associates" at the Bush, forming an artistic partnership to create work and offer a depth of experience for participants.
RMC wish to address the widening gap in Birmingham in comprehensive advice and support for asylum seekers, refugees and vulnerable migrants. RMC aim to build a broad remit, sustainable service offering professional, timely advice to a wide, inclusive client group. Beneficiaries will access free, face to face, seamless, wrap around advice and support at crucial times in their lives. Initially priority will be given to immigration, destitution/homelessness, health and welfare related issues. When the service is established, RMC aim to offer wider services including health, education and employment services.