Culture Collective

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What is Culture Collective?

 

Twenty six organisations were awarded funding by Creative Scotland as part of a £6 million Scottish Government emergency COVID-19 fund. The Culture Collective national pilot programme, will establish a network of creative practitioners, organisations and communities, working together to create a positive difference locally and nationally in response to COVID-19.

 

About the Project

Culture Collective

Based in Ward 17 in the North of Glasgow, the Culture Collective workshops will be free for all participants and will be a mixed art form programme involving children, young people, adults and older people. The artistic and creative work produced will form a celebratory multi-faceted performance in Summer 2022, for all of the community to enjoy.

 

With a steering group of 5 partners (all with an extensive track record of key links, expertise and delivery within the community), each will recommend one of their participating groups to be involved in the project.

 

About our Partners

The Culture Collective programme is supported by five partners who form the core steering group. 

 

 

Contact

If you would like further information please contact the Culture Collective Coordinator on emma@toonspeak.co.uk

Who’s delivering Culture Collective?

 

Culture Collective Coordinator – Emma Stewart-Jones

Lead Artist – Philipa Tomlin (theatre/visual arts)

Associate Artist – Jaz Grady (multimedia) 

Associate Artist – Hugh Holton (music)

Associate Artist – John Martin Fulton (visual arts)

Associate Artist – Ross Macfarlane (theatre/music)

Associate Artist – Hayley Earlam (dance)

Assistant Artist – Indra Wilson (performance/theatre)

Assistant Artist – Imogen Stilring (writer/poetry)

Assistant Artist –  Sean Casey (visual art) 

Assistant Artist – Valeria Levi (theatre/dance)

Assistant Artist – Michael Burslem (music)