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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 09 Apr 2020
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Oily Cart create and tour original, high quality, multi-sensory theatre for children and young people with complex disabilities, including profound learning disabilities, across the UK. This two-year project will enable the company to work with a range of expert partners to research, pilot and evaluate performance approaches to better engage with deafblind children (who may or may not have cognitive disabilities).
Museum of Homelessness works collaboratively with its members to explore the art, history and culture of homelessness in order to make a difference for homeless people today, and was originally developed through the support of PHF’s Ideas & Pioneers Fund. This grant enables the organisation to explore and test a delivery model where people with lived experience of homelessness are trained and supported to be creative facilitators; develop an evaluation framework; and collect evidence of the impact of this approach. This will inform its developing practice, organisational model and ability to influence the wider heritage sector.
Co-Creating Change Network 03 Aug 2018
Battersea Arts Centre will bring together a new network of interdisciplinary cultural organisations, individuals and social sector bodies to develop, promote and share models of outstanding co-created artistic practice – work developed in equal partnerships with communities. Through commissions, partnerships and sharing, the network will support the cultural sector to rethink traditional models of artistic creation and participation to make it relevant and accessible to more people.
One Dance UK is the sector support organisation leading the way to a stronger, more vibrant and more diverse dance sector. The organisation works to promote one clear voice to support, advocate, enhance and give profile to dance in the UK. They provide information, resources and opportunities for a workforce that is well equipped to secure dance’s prominence in the cultural landscape of the future. Core funding will help the organisation to increase capacity, to fund research to demonstrate impact and to advocate for the sector.
Youth Access is the representative body for a UK wide network of 187 Youth Information, Advice and Counselling Services. Through this grant, the organisation will test new methods of engagement with its members and young people and invest in its core functions to increase capacity to influence policy, practice and provision.
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.
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.
Our Minds, Our Future: Supporting Youth Rights Advocates for Mental Health with diverse training 21 Nov 2018
Youth Access is a representative body that champions young people’s right to access local, high quality, evidence-informed advice, counselling and support services. This grant will go towards improving the charity’s Rights Advocates Training Programme and linking young people with those in power in an effort to increase the reach and impact of the Our Minds, Our Future mental health campaign.
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.
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.
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.
Breakthrough Fund - Playgrounding 18 Mar 2008
Support to David Jubb to develop 'Playgrounding', a five year co-production with Haworth Tompkins Architects to create a 21st century theatre in Battersea Arts Centre's 19th century town hall home. 'Playgrounding' will place artists and audiences at the heart of a process of architectural improvisation.
As part of a schools tour of new works, the company will undertake new initiatives for young people; formalise the management structure of the organisation and develop the skills of company members.
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.
Pilot phase of clay project which aims to connect all the countries being represented in the 2012 Olympics by brining clay from different countries around the world to a school for the deaf in London.
A 3 year programme of participatory theatre residencies in Special Schools for young people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their siblings, families and carers.
Dance UK - A new era 11 Dec 2012
Core support over a twelve month period to enable Dance UK to explore how to develop a new national organisation to support the UK dance sector through the merger of existing bodies.