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Ark T Music Project / Ark T Studio
Provision of studio time and expertise to enable young people from a variety of backgrounds to develop their musical skills through creating and performing music of all kinds.
Clapperboard Youth Project - Educational Development
Clapperboard Youth Project offers children at risk of exclusion from school the opportunity to develop and produce short films as well as helping them to develop creative skills and encouraging social integration, inclusion and interaction.
Youth at Risk Programme Pilot
To develop the FBA's work with young people who are particularly marginalised.
Creative Media Projects for PRUs
Series of accredited creative media projcets for PRUs culminating in a public screening which aims to enable participants to represent and express themselves.
Mission, Models, Money Programme
National research programme and campaign to propogate new solutions and models of management for not for profit arts and cultural organisations.
Photographic Workshops with Young People
A year-long initiative led by Redeye photographers' network in partnership with 16 galleries in Manchester and Manchester City Council. It is aimed to increase awareness of and access to photography through a series of projects with community groups.
DIG Manchester in Northenden and Wythenshawe
Manchester City Council lead a partnership with Greater Manchester Police, the University of Manchester and Northenden Civic Society for this project. This archaeological dig project aims to tackle anti-social behaviour and petty crime and to engage young people with their local heritage, with the aim of encouraging pride for their environment and community.
ICT/Lifeskills Education Programme
To provide a coordinated learning programme aimed at meeting the needs of young people, combined with personal development and constructive use of leisure time
Argyll & Bute Outreach Week - September 2006
Outreach and education project in Argyll and Bute inolving young people, teachers and communities in 5 locations including two islands.
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.
The Northern Ireland Shakespeare Schools Festival
A grant to Shakespeare Schools Festival The Northern Ireland Shakespeare Schools Festival
A pilot scheme designed to create long-term opportunities for secondary school pupils to develop creative writing skills outside formal education by providing extended opportunities for creative expression through poetry, reading and writing. Working with young people at risk in Greenwich and Barking and Dagenham Local Education Authorities.
The Gap Project
To work with young people who are not meaningfully engaged in education, employment or training, through exclusion, socio-economic disadvantage or through "at risk" circumstances.
The Write Stuff: creative writing project for young people
Creative writing project for young people facilitated by authors via travelling workshops in rural East Sussex. Participants work to be published on a dedicated website.
Growth & Development of A Place for Parents
Equipping another staff member with the skills necessary to lead and supervise Place2Be's parent work
Walton Court and Southcourt Community Carnival
A series of preparatory arts workshops for a community carnival in 2007, providing access to further education experiences, arts provision, and other services which partner organisations will provide locally.
Education Manager post
Funding for post of Education Mananger to oversee ongoing programmes of 'artists in residence' in schools, peer-led youth forum and pilot at Learning Support Unit.
Artists Residencies engaging with marginalised communities
Three artists will work in residence at Wysing Arts Centre with Traveller communities to produce sustainable arts projects to challenge the negative stereotypes which surround the Traveller communities.
Provision of training and practical experience in areas which are of interest and which have clear job opportunities