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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 09 Apr 2020
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Delivered in partnership with three arts organisations across the UK, this programme aims to increase access to dance for early years aged children as participants and audiences and to support artists’ development and the commissioning and touring of new work.
abandofbrothers: Core Funding 10 Dec 2018
ABOB provides a unique rites-of-passage mentoring programme for young men aged 18-25 who have experience of the criminal justice system. Through this grant ABOB aims to set-up eight new franchises and develop volunteer communities to work with over 840 young men over the next two years.
Allsorts Youth Project supports children and young people under 26 who are lesbian, gay bisexual or transgender (LGBT) or unsure of their sexual orientation and/or gender identity (LGBTU). The organisation aims to extend training, consultancy and partnership work with Brighton and Hove local authority, and work in East and West Sussex schools, colleges and community organisations to ensure the provision of LGBT youth inclusive and safe services.
Get Creative: Modelling a locally driven place-based arts engagement programme led by Creative Barking and Dagenham 29 Oct 2018
Studio 3 Arts are the lead partner for Creative Barking and Dagenham, a Creative People and Places funded programme. Creative Barking and Dagenham catalyses creative opportunities within the borough, enabling local people to create, commission and curate activities in their local area. Building on its Cultural Connectors network of volunteers, Creative Barking and Dagenham will explore and test what conditions are needed to create a strong and sustainable pipeline of locally-led arts engagement activity for adults in the area.
Ditch the Label supports young people in the UK, USA and Mexico who have been affected by bullying and prejudice. The grant will allow the CEO to focus on growing the organisation’s influence on policy and practice. It will also support the development of its internal systems.
Contribution to growth plans 26 Feb 2018
Cypher App, formerly Silent Secret, is a youth led social network app which allows young people between the ages of 11 and 19 to share their thoughts and feelings anonymously in a safe and non-judgemental space. This grant supports organisational and business development, including working in partnership with MIND and maximising additional funding streams.
Through this grant, Brighton People’s Theatre will test a membership programme that offers a sustained, year-round programme of work providing opportunities for residents in Hangleton and East Brighton to learn new skills, read plays together, see contemporary work and critique it, and make shows.
Young Gypsies and Travellers Speak Up 16 Mar 2015
Activities to build the skills and self-esteem of Gypsy and Traveller young people aged 15-30, giving them confidence to engage more fully in society.
A grant to Sussex Central YMCA for Right Here - extra support for period January-April 2014
Finding the Words 02 Nov 2011
FTW will work with young women through film and public speaking, to give them a much-needed platform and voice in gang and youth violence-related issues.
Work with learning-disabled and marginalised artists to create work comprising music, film and visual art elements, to be experienced live, online and as a touring installation.
Brighton and Hove Speak Out Project 17 Feb 2011
Developing the speaking, listening, reading, and communication skills of pupils who are undeveloped in their social ability to communicate effectively.
RV will develop young women as leaders through film and public speaking, to give them a platform and voice in gang and youth violence-related issues.
Summer Activities for Young People with ASD 29 Jun 2006
A grant to Parents of Autistic Children Together (PACT) for Summer Activities for Young People with ASD
Co-Motion 20 Apr 2006
A carnival project to which aims to enhance creative practice and raise awareness of multicultural arts working with year 8, 9 and 10 students in secondary schools in South East England.
Fabrica and PAW want to understand more about people with severe intellectual disabilities as both creative participants, and as a gallery audience. They also want to understand the challenges and opportunities of co-production, co-commissioning and cross-sector collaboration. They hope to do this by commissioning an immersive and interactive exhibition that will resonate with audiences with a range of intellectual capacities.