- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 04 Mar 2015
- Latest award date
- 14 Dec 2015
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The Astro Challenge 04 Mar 2015
Development and scaling up of The Astro Challenge - an interactive, web-based arts-science adventure aimed at inspiring 7-13 year olds about science.
S2RfS Skills for Work 10 Mar 2015
A work-related speaking and listening learning programme for 15-19 year olds, which creates new localised pathways into work or training using employer-validated Open Badges.
SNAP Collaborative Development Programme 17 Jun 2015
ArtWorks funding has been awarded to Sheffield Network of Arts Providers (SNAP) to run a series of collaborative enquiry days, bringing together a selection of artists from different career stages and art forms with employers and commissioners from key organisations in the city. Through these sessions they aim to identify clusters within the network that will enable and encourage cross member collaboration, drive individual learning, generate new ideas for innovative approaches to participatory practice with children and young people and generate embedded practitioner development opportunities. Participants will then have the opportunity via small enabling budgets to apply some of the ideas/approaches that emerge from the enquiry days within a range of participatory settings. They aim to use these funds to strengthen the existing SNAP network, agreeing a shared direction for artists and employers, more joined-up activity and a clearer path for future developments. SNAP was set up over a year ago in response to research from the Sheffield Culture Consortium around gaps in provision and a lack of joined up working between providers in the city. SNAP provides a space for those working with children and young people to connect, collaborate, share best practice and advocate for the sector within the city and region.
Two years' core funding to strengthen the stability and sustainability of the organisation, expand services and share good practice 19 Oct 2015
The charity plans to strengthen its stability and sustainability through core funding for key posts, as well as further developing income generation and relationships with key businesses. This will enable it to expand its services in Leeds to reach new groups of young women, build new partnerships to expand its offer geographically across the city and share good practice with other organisations locally and nationally.
Boadening reach and audiences 19 Oct 2015
Following extensive consultation, Hull Truck will provide through our grant local, free and family-friendly activities in a defined geographical area of the city – focusing on entertainment and fun – to reach people who think they don’t belong in the theatre.
Moments of Joy 17 Nov 2015
SYHA, working with local partners Doncaster Community Arts and Yorkshire Artspace, plans to test Brighton University’s “We Value” participatory evaluation methodology in the arts for the first time, as part of a year-long programme seeking to increase the wellbeing of tenants via music, dance and crafts.
The Tetley will provide ongoing, in-depth arts programming to young people who have previously had limited opportunities to engage in extra-curricular creative activities. They will get regular access to a significant contemporary art venue, where they will be working alongside professional artists, and be given opportunities to consider further education or careers within the arts and creative industries.
Support for community engagement 01 Dec 2015
The grant will underpin public engagement throughout 2017, with a particular focus on the lead up to the year of culture and creating a lasting legacy. This will be achieved by Hull 2017 commissioning world class performances, residencies and through schools and community engagement.