'Place' project partners
We are extremely grateful to our project funders and delivery partners for making the 'Place' workshops possible. We list some of our key partners below:
Arts Council England are the national development agency for creativity and culture. We have a set out in our strategic vision in 'Let's Create' that by 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. We invest public money from Government and The National Lottery to help support the sector and deliver this vision.
ArtULTRA supports the development of emerging artists and artistic projects in order to create a more diverse and vibrant art world. ArtULTRA was launched in 2021 by Alice Black, former director of London’s Design Museum. Through its digital platform, it gives emerging artists access to an extensive database of opportunities, publishes monthly artist features and has recently launched artwork sales. ArtULTRA also works with businesses and institutions to create artist-led projects.
Stanley Arts is one of South London’s premiere arts and performance venues, providing our local community with a vital home for cultural expression and discovery. As a radically inclusive space we seek to foreground under-represented voices, providing artists of colour and LGBTQ+ creatives with a platform to reach out to audiences across South London and beyond.
Flux Rotherham creates art projects and events with communities. From festivals filled with music, dance and outdoor arts experiences to exhibitions, creative workshops and conversations. We are one of 39 programmes being developed across England as part of its Creative People and Places programme. Creative People and Places is a Arts Council programme which focuses on parts of the country where involvement in creativity and culture is significantly below the national average. Each project is completely unique to its area and communities, testing how to grow arts provision in ways that are relevant and lasting.
Paul Hamlyn Foundation was established by Paul Hamlyn in 1987. He died in 2001 and left most of his estate to the Foundation, creating one of the largest independent grant-making foundations in the UK.
We use our resources to support social change, working towards a just and equitable society in which everyone, especially young people, can realise their full potential and enjoy fulfilling and creative lives.
Tyller A Nerth (Cornish for 'A Place of Energy') is Truro's Cultural Compact. We are a collective of 26 strategic partners in Truro and Cornwall that ensure cultural infrastructure and the spirit of collaboration enables everyone to benefit from culture and for the cultural ecology to thrive. We were very pleased to invite freelancers from Truro to the conversation and hope that this report can help up to leverage more support for their excellent work.
In 2025 Rotherham will become the world’s first Children’s Capital of Culture, designed and delivered by local children and young people aged 0-to-25. The journey to 2025 has already begun, with inclusive opportunities for young people to develop their skills and talents, arts programmes designed to boost confidence, resilience, and wellbeing, and a diverse range of festivals, performances, and cultural activities for everyone to enjoy. You can find out more about Children’s Capital of Culture by visiting www.childrenscapitalofculture.co.uk
As a social enterprise and charity, we're all in backers of creative brilliance.We bring great shows to Cornwall. We make great work. We do it all independently. We bolster schools and communities with projects that let people feel the power of performance. We support artists and practitioners who are creating original work and offer footholds for the next generation of talent to get their unique perspective out to the wider world. We house creative businesses forging the industries future. And we’re constantly amazed by what our audiences, collaborators, participants and teams make possible.