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DaDaFest

Do you work with people under the age of 30 who are looking to develop their creative skills? Are they disabled* or D/deaf?

DaDaFest works with individuals to support them to achieve their goals. Whether they are an aspiring painter or a more practiced poet, we can provide:

– Development grants
– Commissions
– Mentorships
– Placements
– Showcase opportunities

We work to tailor a bespoke creative development programme which is right for the individual.

DaDaFest is a disability and D/deaf arts organisation based in Liverpool which uses the arts to educate, challenge attitudes and remove the barriers that restrict life choices for disabled people to live independently and equally in society.

*A person who is disabled, D/deaf and/or living with a long term illness

DaDaFest is also an Arts Award Centre and an Artsmark Partner.

    

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Organisation:

DaDaFest

Type of offer:

Networking opportunity Young people’s opportunity to make, create, compose, or perform Young people’s opportunity to visit, experience and participate in art or culture Young people’s opportunity to review art and culture

Key Stages:

3–5

Cost:

FREE

Nature of activity or art form:

Comedy Dance Film / digital art Literature & reading Museums Music Outdoors Theatre Visual art

Subject or curriculum focus:

Drama English Music Art

Outcomes for children & young people:

Improved mental health and well-being Raised aspirations Raised attainment Social skills critical make