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Young Arts Entrepreneurs       11th July 2012
What is YAE?• New and innovative project being developed at Curve over 3 years• Funded by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation & The...
The Delivery• 10 week Arts, Facilitation and Leadership training programme• Each participant will be developing their proj...
The Story so far…• November 2011: YAE launched at Curve & recruitment of Young Steering                 Group• November – ...
HighlightsWeapons Of Sound                       Phil McKenzie                     I am MarleyOver 55’s Dance             ...
The programme going forward              2012-14The current YAE will take up roles within the Young Steering Group.Year 2,...
Meet some of this years YAE
Aminata Kamara          Writer/DirectorProducer of The I am Marley Project      Web: www.aminatakamara.co.uk     Email: in...
Aminata Kamara• BA Drama – Verbatim theatre, Ethnography, Political theatre• MA Drama – Representation, Documentation, Bla...
I Am Marley Project• Interviews – Social workers, Adoptive  Parents, Fostering and Adoption agencies, transracially  adopt...
Rehearsals•   Frantic Assembly•   La Poche Nosta•   Theatre de Comlicite’•   Stanislavski
I amMarleyShow
UNIDENTIFIED DRAMA PRESENTS…      I am MARLEY      “I looked at the woman That gave         birth to me and called her mum...
EMILY BOLTON & RACHEL
WHOEmily Bolton and Rachel EkeCo-Directors of Movin‟2gether                Social Enterprise BusinessRegistered with Compa...
WHYWe believe that creative dance can have profound   positive effects for a wide range of people.We pride ourselves on ou...
OUR STRANDSMusic and Movement Sessions with     Over 55‟s and the Elderly   Arts Award Programmes with          young peop...
Music and Movement Sessions withMature Movers                            Training                           Resources     ...
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT SESSIONS FOR                    THE ELDERLY       Provide a range of exciting themed dance workshops fo...
Movin’2gether nowregularly deliver sessions inCare Homes aroundLeicester and havewitnessed the pureENTHUSIASM andENJOYMENT...
“I really enjoyed the session today – it sort of   brings you to life doesn’t it”                Participant at The Lodge ...
FUTURE PLANS FOR SESSIONS WITH MATURE   MOVERS...   Reach more care homes   Deliver this unique service to a wider audienc...
MOVIN‟ FORWARD 2GETHER                                             Engaging young people in          Providing   One year ...
Akshay Sharma
It is estimated that currently around 80 000 children and young peoplesuffer from depression in the UK.It is also estimate...
“I dont know many people for whom being a teenager wasnot a pretty vile and difficult period, myself included. Theone thin...
•   Creating exciting new theatre•   Provoking discussion on current issues•   Working with young people•   Encouraging ne...
“Do You Expect Me to Talk?”• TIE workshops• A series of discussions and interviews with local young people• Workshops at C...
„Theatre In Education‟ Workshops• Cognito have facilitated 2 workshop sessions with 9 to 12 year olds in local primary sch...
The Installation• Situated in an empty shop space in Leicester City Centre at the end of July• Actors improvising and enga...
The Importance of Technology• Blogging• Social Networking• Gadgets
Bloggingoperationact.wordpress.com• Detailed reports• Screenshots• Video• Photos• Links• Stimuli
Social NetworkingTwitter: @CognitoTheatreFacebook: www.facebook.com/cognitotheatrewww.cognitotheatre.co.ukWeve also had pe...
Gadgets• Easy communication via iPad and iPhones• Apps to collect evaluative info such as FileMaker Go• Writing and delive...
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
Curve Business Club - YAE 11 July 2012
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Our Curve Business Club event on the 11 July was to showcase a community engagement project that works with young entrepreneurs, helping turn creative ideas into enterprise. Members from the Young Arts Entrepreneurs provided a taster from their current projects and were on hand to share their experiences and answer questions.

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  1. 1. Young Arts Entrepreneurs 11th July 2012
  2. 2. What is YAE?• New and innovative project being developed at Curve over 3 years• Funded by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation & The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation• Providing opportunities to young and emerging artists from across Leicester & Leicestershire to develop, plan and deliver their own community arts projects• Providing a tailored training programme, mentoring and support and funding to help young people turn their creative ideas into enterprise
  3. 3. The Delivery• 10 week Arts, Facilitation and Leadership training programme• Each participant will be developing their project and ideas with a chosen community• Each participant will be delivering their project in a community setting and at Curve• Helping to develop each of the project’s into an enterprise so that the life of the projects can live on
  4. 4. The Story so far…• November 2011: YAE launched at Curve & recruitment of Young Steering Group• November – December 2011: Recruitment of YAE begins• January 2012: Shortlisting of applicants undertaken by Steering Group and training programme finalised• February 2012: Dragons’ Den & 10 applicants selected and started the 10 week training programme• May 2012: YAE begin to deliver their projects• August 16th 2012: End of first year showcase event at Curve
  5. 5. HighlightsWeapons Of Sound Phil McKenzie I am MarleyOver 55’s Dance Embrace Arts Performance
  6. 6. The programme going forward 2012-14The current YAE will take up roles within the Young Steering Group.Year 2, September 2012 – August 2013• A recurring programme to engage and train 10 new YAEYear 3, September 2013 – August 2014• A recurring programme to engage and train 10 new YAESeptember 2014• The project will seek to disseminate the achievements and learning at a national level to maximise impact. Our aspirations include a national launch with political support within the House of Commons
  7. 7. Meet some of this years YAE
  8. 8. Aminata Kamara Writer/DirectorProducer of The I am Marley Project Web: www.aminatakamara.co.uk Email: info@aminatakamara.co.uk Twitter: @amii4eva Twitter: @Marleytheplay
  9. 9. Aminata Kamara• BA Drama – Verbatim theatre, Ethnography, Political theatre• MA Drama – Representation, Documentation, Black theatre, Social Theatre, Boal• Youth Work – Kaine Management• Business development – YAE, The Banks of TMC• Unidentified Drama – The I Am Marley Project
  10. 10. I Am Marley Project• Interviews – Social workers, Adoptive Parents, Fostering and Adoption agencies, transracially adopted woman, Theatre practitioners• Secondary Research - Books, journals, documentaries, TV shows• Script• Team - Casting calls - Promotion
  11. 11. Rehearsals• Frantic Assembly• La Poche Nosta• Theatre de Comlicite’• Stanislavski
  12. 12. I amMarleyShow
  13. 13. UNIDENTIFIED DRAMA PRESENTS… I am MARLEY “I looked at the woman That gave birth to me and called her mum. I looked at the woman that raised me… and I called her mummy” Curve Theatre - Leicester 16th August 2012 10am – 6pm To book a place for the show/ workshops please call: 01162423595 Quoting ‘Curve YAE Showcase’Unidentified Drama under the direction of Aminata Kamara, is Supported by Curve YoungArts Entrepreneurs Project, made possible by funding from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation andthe Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.
  14. 14. EMILY BOLTON & RACHEL
  15. 15. WHOEmily Bolton and Rachel EkeCo-Directors of Movin‟2gether Social Enterprise BusinessRegistered with CompaniesHouse in October 2011 WHAT PASSIONATE and ENTHUSIASTIC about delivering dance workshops to the community, providing an ACCESSIBLE opportunity for a range of audiences to experience CREATIVE DANCE
  16. 16. WHYWe believe that creative dance can have profound positive effects for a wide range of people.We pride ourselves on our professional dance workshops that focuson individual creativity and provide opportunities for people to offersomething of themselves and be acknowledged for this. We believethat this can; - Increase MOTIVATION - Un-lock TALENT - Develop CONFIDENCE - Increase SELF-ESTEEM - UNITE the community
  17. 17. OUR STRANDSMusic and Movement Sessions with Over 55‟s and the Elderly Arts Award Programmes with young people Early Years Workshops
  18. 18. Music and Movement Sessions withMature Movers Training Resources Support and AdviceNetworks Equipment
  19. 19. MUSIC AND MOVEMENT SESSIONS FOR THE ELDERLY Provide a range of exciting themed dance workshops for mature movers, simulating the mind and the body.Through a variety of chair based movement, the sessions allowparticipants to; -partake in physical activity -engage psychologically -be creativeInspired by a range of popular dance styles and songs from pasteras, we offer a Movin’through the decades programme which isspecifically designed to enable participants to reminisce. Actively engaging Increase in physically and mobility, mentally self-esteem and general well-being
  20. 20. Movin’2gether nowregularly deliver sessions inCare Homes aroundLeicester and havewitnessed the pureENTHUSIASM andENJOYMENT experiencedby residents.
  21. 21. “I really enjoyed the session today – it sort of brings you to life doesn’t it” Participant at The Lodge Care Home
  22. 22. FUTURE PLANS FOR SESSIONS WITH MATURE MOVERS... Reach more care homes Deliver this unique service to a wider audience, allowing the 17.5% of Leicester’s over 60’s to experience the vast benefits of Movin’2gether’s workshops Movin‟ through the Decades... Comes to Curve! Thursday 16th August - This event aims to engage a wide range of over 55, with different abilities and from different backgrounds in a creative experience. The themed afternoon will include a short film, a creative dance workshop and an opportunity to connect with other participants from the community over tea and cake! Movin’2gether hope that this will also promote our regular sessions Over 55‟s Class Curve Theatre have now employed Movin’2gether to lead their weekly over 55’s class. We hope to continue to offer this service in more locations, engaging a larger audienceStatistics taken from Leicester City Council’s Area Profile: /http://www.leicester.gov.uk/your-council-services/council-and-democracy/city-statistics/demographic-and-cultural
  23. 23. MOVIN‟ FORWARD 2GETHER Engaging young people in Providing One year on... a qualification that’s suited opportunities for to them, while young children toExtend our work encouraging their explore theirwith over 55’s exploration of dance and creativity through- established session Work with the enhancing their movement play –at Curve, possibly 2 Elderly and those aspirations increasingsessions with dementia confidence, self-- another class that -Regular sessions Work with young esteem andtakes place at a - Termly events at people ownershipdifferent location in Curve that engage -Continued fundingLeicester a wider audience from De Montfort - Collaborative Universities Square projects Mile project to deliver Early Years more Arts Award -Regular sessions for Motivating the programmes for a Early Years inolder generation to Focusing on wider range of ages community centresengage in physical creative and (7-25) and theatre spaces activity and reminiscent - Delivering these - Develop our creativity, while sessions that are projects at more practice in this arearaising self-esteem both physically and schools, theatres etc with training and and confidence mentally stimulating across Leicester experience
  24. 24. Akshay Sharma
  25. 25. It is estimated that currently around 80 000 children and young peoplesuffer from depression in the UK.It is also estimated that 1 in 15 young people have deliberately self-harmed, with additional evidence suggesting that UK rates of self-harmare higher than the rest of Europe.According to a study cited in the Samaritans report on young peopleand suicide, there are an estimated 24,000 suicide attempts made by10 to 19 year olds in England and Wales each year, which amounts toone attempt every 20 minutes.Suicide remains the most common cause of death in men under theage of 35. 90% of suicides amongst teenagers had a diagnosablemental illness, depression being the most common.
  26. 26. “I dont know many people for whom being a teenager wasnot a pretty vile and difficult period, myself included. Theone thing I know for sure is that with the right friends, theright shrinks and the right attitude it will definitelypass. Music is a great help - I think of it as a kind of auralmedication without any nasty side-effects.”James Rhodes, professional pianist
  27. 27. • Creating exciting new theatre• Provoking discussion on current issues• Working with young people• Encouraging new talent and theatrical exploration
  28. 28. “Do You Expect Me to Talk?”• TIE workshops• A series of discussions and interviews with local young people• Workshops at Curve for local young actors• An installation piece placed in a shop window set up in Leicester City Centre• Support from national charity Young Minds UK
  29. 29. „Theatre In Education‟ Workshops• Cognito have facilitated 2 workshop sessions with 9 to 12 year olds in local primary schools which we were able to offer free of charge thanks to Curves support and funding• The sessions provide a fun introduction to drama and performance whilst featuring a strong PSHE theme, getting pupils to discuss their emotions and feelings through drama• The plan links into many parts of the primary curriculum• The sessions have been a great source for Cognitos research and development for "Do You Expect Me to Talk?"
  30. 30. The Installation• Situated in an empty shop space in Leicester City Centre at the end of July• Actors improvising and engaging with visitors, performing short monologues based around confronting the stigma, and the idea of talking about mental health• A short film on a loop, featuring interviews and artwork by local young people• An interactive display of thoughts and experiences• Artistic design by Leicester-based professional set and costume designer Kate Unwin
  31. 31. The Importance of Technology• Blogging• Social Networking• Gadgets
  32. 32. Bloggingoperationact.wordpress.com• Detailed reports• Screenshots• Video• Photos• Links• Stimuli
  33. 33. Social NetworkingTwitter: @CognitoTheatreFacebook: www.facebook.com/cognitotheatrewww.cognitotheatre.co.ukWeve also had people in contact via the Arts Jobs andCreative Leicestershire sites.
  34. 34. Gadgets• Easy communication via iPad and iPhones• Apps to collect evaluative info such as FileMaker Go• Writing and delivering presentations• Taking photos and video
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