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  • LONDON 2012 CULTURAL OLYMPIAD 2008-2012
  • two down two to go... THE STORY SO FAR
  • THE EXTRAORDINARY MILE
    • DELIVERING THE OLYMPICS & CULTURAL OLYMPIAD
    • ODA = Olympic Delivery Authority: public company responsible for build and infrastructure using public money (Olympic Lottery Distributor)
    • LOCOG = London Organising Committee for the Olympic & Paralympic Games:
    • private company raising money to stage the events
    • Culture, Ceremonies and Education Team (within LOCOG) = responsible for delivery of the Cultural Olympiad
    • (Chair – Tony Hall; Head – Bill Morris; Director – Ruth Mackenzie)
    • 2012 Creative Programmers = delivery in the 12 regions and nations of the UK
    • Team South West & County Teams (Team Dorset) = regional/local delivery & legacy
  • THE EXTRAORDIN ARY MILE
    • VALUES
    • UK and London welcoming the world
    • Inspiring and engaging young people
    • Leaving a lasting legacy
    • THEMES
    • Like never before…
    • Not just for London –
    • for the whole of the UK
    • Beyond your personal best
  • THE EXTRAORDINARY MILE
    • THE CULTURAL OLYMPIAD STRANDS
    • Ceremonies
    • Major Projects
    • UK-wide Programme
    • Education – Get Set
    www.london2012.com/get-involved
  • THE EXTRAORDIN ARY MILE CEREMONIES & CELEBRATIONS bringing the UK’s streets to life Handover Torch Relay Welcome Ceremonies Opening & Closing Ceremonies Medal Ceremonies Weymouth & Portland 2012 Ceremonies & Events Group WATCH THIS SPACE
  • THE EXTRAORDINARY MILE
    • UK - MAJOR PROJECTS
    • putting culture at the heart of London 2012
    • Artists Taking the Lead Stories of the World
    • Unlimited Film Nation
    • Discovering Places Somewhere To
    • Sounds Community Celebration
    • World Shakespeare Festival World Culture
    • UK - MAJOR PROJECTS
    • putting culture at the heart of London 2012
    • Artists Taking the Lea d
    • 12 commissions between £200-500k
    • Stories of the World
    • Young curators re-interpreting international
    • collections for the 21 st century; themes
    • Film Nation
    • Young people creating short films
    • and documentaries
    • Unlimited
    • Disability arts and disabled artists programme
    • commissions up to £50k; training;
    • International collaboration
    THE EXTRA ORDINARY MILE
    • UK - MAJOR PROJECTS
    • putting culture at the heart of London 2012
    • Discovering Places
    • A series of open days showcasing the “hidden gems” of the built and natural
    • environment/heritage
    • Somewhere To
    • Young people taking over existing spaces to develop their own interests and passions
    • Community Celebrations
    • A celebration of popular outdoor work; a series of five themed outdoor events in the
    • nations and regions and a major commission in London
    THE EXTRAORDINARY MILE
    • UK - MAJOR PROJECTS
    • putting culture at the heart of London 2012
    • Sounds
    • World River; Voices (200 strong choir); documentaries; commissions
    • World Shakespeare Festival
    • Amateur/professional collaborations and explorations
    • World Culture
    • London 2012 only...watch this space
    THE EXTRAORDINARY MILE
  • FESTIVAL 2012 Not a new name for the Cultural Olympiad… … but the finale of the Cultural Olympiad A 12 week cultural celebration across the whole of the UK – 21 st June-9 th September A programme of major commissions from pop & film, to fashion, theatre and digital innovation The best of the UK and the World A series of “trailblazers” in the first months of 2012 THE EXTRAORDIN ARY MILE
  • THE INSPIRE MARK PROGRAMME like never before Anti-Bodies:beyond the body ideal B-Side The Bandstand Marathon x 2 The Big Blueprint Bridging The Gap The Bristol Do x 2 (Connections 1) Artwork + Discourse (Connections 2) Foreland Relays - Festivals And Events River Severn Project Teenage Rampage Universal Value The Village Screen World Dance Day Devon x 2 No Dinosaurs Here Count Me In Quest 2012 Challenge 1,000 Facts for 1,000 Days Dorset 2012 Challenge GeoQuest Thrive, Trowbridge Pushing the Limits, Brewhouse Celtic Circus THE EXTRAORDINARY MILE
  • THE EXTRAORDINARY MILE BOOKEND WEEKENDS a time for everyone to feel the force OPEN WEEKEND Marking the countdown to 2012 - July COUNT ME IN… A regional celebration of music, dance & street arts – September [email_address] www.london2012.com/get-involved/open-weekend
  • COUNT ME IN 2009 a regional celebration of music, dance & street arts Bandstand Marathon Bristol Do No Dinosaurs Here Teenage Rampage Urban Arena@The Big Screen Artsreach Selection THE EXTRAORDINAR Y MILE
  • THE EXTRAORDINARY MILE
    • REGION-WIDE PROGRAMMES
    • regional frameworks, local delivery
            • Relays – a relay of festivals incorporating sport and culture
            • www.universitiessouthwest.ac.uk/relays
            • Quest – journeys through the landscape en-route to Weymouth 2012 with a number of challenges along the way
            • + Quest 2012 Challenge
            • www.cirquebijou.co.uk
  • THE EXTRAORDINA RY MILE LIVE SITES & THE VILLAGE SCREEN windows onto a world of sporting excellence & culture Promoting young film makers Exploring interactive potential Developing mixed programmes “ what a week – a terrific programme of film material and games from the cutting edge of web developers mixed with live music, sad tributes on-screen to Michael Jackson, happy fun participation from the audience and a great knowledgeable crowd of rugby fans – perhaps the best & most enjoyable sports screening I’ve ever seen” Mike Gibbons, Head of Live Sites - LOCOG http://www.london2012.com/blog
  • Richard Crowe London 2012 Creative Programmer [email_address] 07956 050756 www.london2012.com/culture