- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 17 Jul 2006
- Latest award date
- 11 Mar 2019
- Total GBP grants
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Supporting the salary of a Youth Arts Coordinator for three years to deliver a diverse range of arts programmes initiated and tailored by (and for) young people; and to showcase them in the organisation's festivals.
External and Outreach Programme 26 Jun 2007
To develop and deliver a three-year programme of outreach partnerships and activities with community groups to increase access, attendance and participation in theatre.
Young Aspects 16 Jul 2007
Funding would be used to develop the festival's education programme (Young Aspects) through the expansion of outreach work in schools and the launch of a pilot study working with communities in two local estates.
Tinderbox Theatre Company's CONNECT Programme 28 Oct 2013
The CONNECT Programme - new collaborative approaches to creating and delivering community based theatre arts projects in Northern Ireland, involving participants at every stage and level of activity.
Providing support and advice for an ongoing review of staff roles and structures, particularly in light of a reduced funding environment.
Arts Mentoring for people who have offended 11 Apr 2016
Founded in 1996, Prison Arts Foundation is dedicated to providing access to the arts for all prisoners, ex-prisoners, young offenders and ex-young offenders in Northern Ireland. It will pilot a project to address the transition from custody into the community through an arts-mentoring scheme, which will support ex-offenders to re-integrate back into the community.
Working across Northern Ireland, Voice of Young People in Care supports care experienced children and young people. It will pilot a new practice methodology designed to enhance youth voice and leadership. A new youth leadership and voice strategy will be informed by young Care Leaders, which will influence the development of the organisation’s structure, programmes, campaigns and policy function.
Funding for a series of strategic interventions that will support the establishment of the Pathway to Blueprint initiative, a capacity building scheme for arts organisations in Northern Ireland.
Household is a collective that develops and shares thought-provoking art projects with people in the public realm. It is committed to long-term, placed-based interventions, working with residents, stakeholders and arts partners to build engagement in contemporary art, strengthen communities and influence regeneration efforts. This grant will support Household’s long term intervention in Belfast’s historical neighbourhood of Sailortown through a contribution to core costs, programme delivery and evaluation.
Director Kinship Care NI 24 Sep 2013
To oversee Kinship Care NI in helping and supporting children and young people in kinship care, informing public policy and practice and building organisational capacity.
'My Radio Project' 23 Sep 2014
Supported learning programme of voice and confidence building; production of a short but impactful radio recording on employability; and attainment of a personal development qualification.