If the answer is YES then Make it Happen is a real-world training programme for creatives just like you.
Helix Arts and Sunderland Culture Team have joined forces to provide a FREE practical training and coaching programme for artists and producers interested in initiating community art projects in Sunderland.
Helix Arts’ Make it Happen (MiH) is a flexible, participant-centred programme that provides training and ongoing support to encourage and enable people to create their own project plan and then deliver activities to their own communities.
Interested? Find out more at the information session being held on9 July 2019, NORFOLK STREET ART STUDIO - 10:30 - 12:00.Please complete the booking form below to secure your space by 2 JULY 2019If you are unable to attend the information session, no problem find out more by contacting Cheryl Gavin on 0191 241 4931 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.helixarts.com for the Expression of interest form.
Make it Happen aims to provide grass roots community activities and increase community volunteering and social networks.
We want to continue our work in supporting and developing artists and producers to enable their own participatory arts activities to happen in local Sunderland communities. The training will include everything from designing a project, developing partnerships to fundraising and evaluation.
Make it Happens runs over 4 FREE training and development sessions and 2 development sessions, taking place in Sunderland. Mondays, 09:30 - 1pm. 30th Sept - 11th Nov 19.
You will then be given a small budget to create a participatory arts project with communities across Sunderland to co-produce an event, exhibition or festival in your/their own neighbourhoods.
You will be guided and supported by the creative team at Helix Arts and Sunderland Culture who have many years’ experience of delivering participatory arts project and working with communities.
All you need is:
- To be an artist or producer living and working in Sunderland- To have begun to or are thinking about delivering participatory workshops within the communities of Sunderland- Availability to attend the training course (4 sessions, around 3 hours each)- Ability and willingness to undertake self-directed work between sessions - Basic computer skills and a current email address- Agree to work with other artists, producers and community volunteers on the programme to manage and deliver a project after the training – the time required depends on the project you decide to deliver/budget limits- Ability to complete activities between Autumn 19 and March 2020
Places will be selected based on an expression of interest form and CV. Deadline Monday 12 August 2019.
This project is supported with funding from Arts Council England and the National Lottery Heritage Fund, through the Unlock strand of Sunderland Culture’s Great Place programme.