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North Somerset Find Your Talent launching Cultural Hubs

10 nationally renowned cultural organisations will join over 60 regional and local cultural partners from the world of stage, screen and fashion to work with children and young people in North Somerset to help inspire their creativity and develop a greater passion for the cultural arts.

13th November 2009

 

Find Your Talent is launching five cultural hubs across the district to improve, expand and enrich the cultural offer to children and young people in North Somerset.
The network of cultural hubs will act as a catalyst for ideas and projects and will allow children and young people to work with national, regional organisations and locally based practitioners and cultural venues to develop exciting and innovative creative projects.
The Royal Shakespeare Company, London College of Fashion, Welsh National Opera and Bristol’s Arnolfini Gallery are just some of the nationally renowned organisations already signed up.
The aim of the hubs will be to – Create a dynamic cultural offer to children and young people.
Find Your Talent North Somerset Cultural Partners
National Organisations:
Effervescent
English Heritage
Forced Entertainment
Kiss 101 FM
London College of Fashion
National Portrait Gallery  
National Trust (Tyntesfield)
Rambert Dance Company
Royal Academy of Arts
Royal Shakespeare Company
SLAMbassador UK 
Welsh National Opera
Regional Organisations:
Arnolfini
Bristol City Museum
Bristol Old Vic Theatre
Champloo Dance
CreateXchange
Curzon Cinema, Clevedon
First Born Creatives
Kompany Malakhi
Pervasive Media Studio
Poetry Can
Poetry Slam
South West Screen
Take Art
The Egg
Theatre Orchard Project
Venue 
Watershed
Local Organisations:
Eyela Dance Company
Flipt Art
Goblin Combe Environment Centre
Local Journeys
North Somerset Museum
North Somerset Arts Week
Playhouse Theatre
Precarious Dance
Pretty Good Girl
Cultural Practitioners:
Amy Lloyd Jones
Bertel Martin
Brian Gibson
Bruce Turner 
Carole Waller
Carolyn Savidge
Cassandra Wye
Chris Preddie
Deborah Aguirre Jones
Dr Joel
Exley Edwards
Frea Buckler
Jackie Calderwood
Jane Harwood
Jane Flood
Joelle Taylor
Lisa Furness
Liz Milner
Louise Hill
Louise Cooling
Lucy English
Luci Gorell Barnes
Mark Simmons
Martin Maudsley
Michael Loader
Peter Milner 
Pippa Robinson
Ralph Juergen Colmar
Roger Sansom
Roger Stennett
Sally Corney
Tean Kirby
 
State of Emergency
Each hub will contain a theatre company, a dance company and a media unit, as well as visual artists, designers, writers and poets.
The North Somerset pathfinder’s principal aim is to create an environment in which children and young people have opportunities to be creative, generate ideas, design and deliver a diverse range of creative and cultural learning opportunities.
For more information about Find Your Talent North Somerset pathfinder please contact the Find Your Talent Hub Development Co-ordinator Andy Jeffery on 01275 884 220 or fyt@n-somerset.gov.uk
www.n-somerset.gov.uk/fyt

Find Your Talent is launching five cultural hubs across the district to improve, expand and enrich the cultural offer to children and young people in North Somerset.

The network of cultural hubs will act as a catalyst for ideas and projects and will allow children and young people to work with national, regional organisations and locally based practitioners and cultural venues to develop exciting and innovative creative projects.

The Royal Shakespeare Company, London College of Fashion, Welsh National Opera and Bristol’s Arnolfini Gallery are just some of the nationally renowned organisations already signed up.

The aim of the hubs will be to – Create a dynamic cultural offer to children and young people.

Find Your Talent North Somerset Cultural Partners

National Organisations:

Effervescent, English Heritage, Forced Entertainment, Kiss 101 FM, London College of Fashion, National Portrait Gallery, National Trust (Tyntesfield), Rambert Dance Company, Royal Academy of Arts, Royal Shakespeare Company, SLAMbassador UK, and Welsh National Opera.

Regional Organisations:

Arnolfini, Bristol City Museum, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Champloo Dance, CreateXchange, Curzon Cinema Clevedon, First Born Creatives, Kompany Malakhi, Pervasive Media Studio, Poetry Can, Poetry Slam, South West Screen, Take Art, The Egg, Theatre Orchard Project, Venue and Watershed.

Local Organisations:

Eyela Dance Company, Flipt Art, Goblin Combe Environment Centre, Local Journeys, North Somerset Museum, North Somerset Arts Week, Playhouse Theatre, Precarious Dance, and Pretty Good Girl.

Cultural Practitioners:

Amy Lloyd Jones, Bertel Martin, Brian Gibson, Bruce Turner, Carole Waller, Carolyn Savidge, Cassandra Wye, Chris Preddie, Deborah Aguirre Jones, Dr Joel, Exley Edwards, Frea Buckler, Jackie Calderwood, Jane Harwood, Jane Flood, Joelle Taylor, Lisa Furness, Liz Milner, Louise Hill, Louise Cooling, Lucy English, Luci Gorell Barnes, Mark Simmons, Martin Maudsley, Michael Loader, Peter Milner, Pippa Robinson, Ralph Juergen Colmar, Roger Sansom, Roger Stennett, Sally Corney, Tean Kirby, and State of Emergency.

Each hub will contain a theatre company, a dance company and a media unit, as well as visual artists, designers, writers and poets.

The North Somerset pathfinder’s principal aim is to create an environment in which children and young people have opportunities to be creative, generate ideas, design and deliver a diverse range of creative and cultural learning opportunities.

For more information about Find Your Talent North Somerset pathfinder please contact the Find Your Talent Hub Development Co-ordinator Andy Jeffery on 01275 884 220 or fyt@n-somerset.gov.ukwww.n-somerset.gov.uk/fyt