- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 13 Mar 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Future Fires Next Generation 04 Feb 2013
Supporting young socially engaged arts leaders to deliver projects in their communities through a new partnership delivery model, which extends activities to other parts of the country.
The Getting A-head Project 05 Nov 2013
The Getting A-Head supplementary education programme will motivate and empower young people to make positive decisions about their future education, training and employment options.
Veterans in Practice Programme 15 Jul 2013
Support to develop FACT's programme for artists and veterans and to create a model of good practice that can be rolled out across a range of arts sectors.
Ourspace 12 Dec 2006
This project aims to channel the enthusiasm for formal schools-based work into engaging young people with the gallery in an informal way. A series of projects with young people will result in their designs for interpretation materials to be utilised in the Gallery.
State of the Nation 12 Dec 2006
Professional and partcipatory theatre project based on feasabilty sudy funded by ACE facilitated by 60 professional artists focusing on questions of identity, community and nationhood.
3year pilot - accredited arts based project that engages with minoritised young people under with a focus on social engagment and inclusion
Arts based training and advocacy programme 09 Jul 2008
TIPP will develop, over one year, an arts based training programme to improve the understanding and response to young male sex workers amongst a wide range of agencies in Manchester. The project will work with the young men to raise awareness of the issues and choices which they can make to protect themselves while also working with social care agencies to improve the way each deals with the issues of the young men when they are referred to them.
Towards three pilots testing different approaches to working with new audiences, prior to Open Eye Gallery moving to its new building.
Bolton Lads and Girls Club is one of the largest youth centres in the UK. It plans to trial a new approach to supporting and integrating young refugees, in partnership with local organisations working with refugees/migrants. It aims to better meet the social and emotional needs of young refugees and improve relationships between them and young people who have lived in Bolton all their lives, reducing potential tensions. Learning about the role of youth organisations in supporting the integration of young refugees and migrants will be shared widely in the youth and refugee/migrant sectors.
City of Songs 15 Dec 2017
Manchester Camerata will explore and test how song writing can be used to support engagement across the curriculum and key stages in four inner-city primary schools. The organisation will also explore how best to support schools to commission arts interventions and continuing professional development.
Time Moves Quickly 25 Jun 2018
Through this project, Liverpool Biennial will work with local schoolchildren to produce artworks for an exhibition at Bluecoat, five bench-like sculptures at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, a family programme and digital curriculum resource. Workshops, family days and talks aim to engage over 1500 young people. Hundreds of thousands of people will experience the public artworks and exhibition, inspiring families, young people and schools to engage with contemporary visual art in the long-term.
African Rainbow Family (ARF) is a not-for-profit organisation that supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender intersexual and queer (LGBTIQ) people of African heritage and from wider Black Asian Minority Ethnic groups. Manchester Migrant Solidarity (MiSol) is a self-help group set up as a convergence space for migrants, asylum seekers and refugees, offering practical and social mutual support, empowerment and solidarity. This grant will provide both organisations with core support to develop their campaigning work.
Creative Agents of Change 13 Mar 2019
42nd Street is a Manchester based charity that supports young people with their mental health and wellbeing. This grant will support the organisation to develop the Horsfall arts programme and to integrate this initiative into 42nd Street’s wider offer.
Development support for the Friends of the Flyover as they create community spaces and activities around Liverpool’s Churchill Way Flyover. 14 Dec 2015
Friends of the Flyover wants to turn Liverpool’s Churchill Way flyover into a community hub and tourist attraction, including an elevated urban park, community centre and cultural and education space. Dreamed up by a group of friends including an architect, artist and designer, the proposal is winning support from communities and regeneration bodies. Using permission from the Council to close the flyover to traffic on a weekly basis, the team will use PHF funding towards staff and professional resources while they formalise their legal status, firm up agreements on the land use and develop a cultural and community programme with partners in the city and beyond.
In Harmony Liverpool 25 Apr 2016
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic’s In Harmony Liverpool programme uses orchestral music making to improve the health, education and aspirations of young people aged 0-18 and their families in Everton. This is the third grant from PHF, supporting an ambitious proposal that includes expansion in the early years, musical progression for hundreds of young people and an increased focus on training for teachers.
The proposal is to develop a digital arts outreach programme, initially in a light-touch wayusing technology such as mobile phones and tablets. This will form the basis to build more engagement and drama based approaches supported by a youth and community artist. Activities wil take place in community venues and public places such as parks. An additional dimension to the project is around creating a 'story' or narrative which will link the different pieces of work undertaken.
Music from a Foreign Land 17 Jul 2006
The second of a yearly series of events with schools celebrating multicultural music, with a particular emphasis this year on South Africa. Workshops in eight secondary schools across the region will include African drumming, a choral project and opportunities for participants to compose their own music.