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Collective Encounters

Mixtape Mondays

Cost: FREE

Mixtape Mondays is a free 8-week course in music production, songwriting & lyricism for 13-18 yr-olds. Young people will work…

Mixtape Mondays is a free 8-week course in music production, songwriting & lyricism for 13-18 yr-olds. Young people will work with leading musicians, lyricists & electronic music experts to create their own tracks & lyrics. No experience or equipment is necessary as we can provide devices & data if needed. There is an opportunity to gain a Bronze Arts Award. Mondays 6pm-8pm 19th October - 7th December.

Music

free Collective Encounters Artsmark Arts Award
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stages 3–4

Storybarn, The Reader

Eerie Ears

Cost: £6.99

Lend us your ears and see your world through new eyes this Halloween, with our brand new exciting audio experience that…

Lend us your ears and see your world through new eyes this Halloween, with our brand new exciting audio experience that can be enjoyed again and again throughout October. In this innovative audio experience, children can have a spooky Halloween adventure from the comfort of their own home or classroom. All you need is an internet enabled device, a torch and a huge imagination.   Meet Geoffrey the very friendly ghost who has accidently transported himself through a magical book out of the Storybarn, and now needs your help to get him back. Enjoy an immersive, ear tingling reading of Geoffrey’s favourite story – Ghost in the House by Ammi-Joan Paquette – and let the fun continue as Geoffrey guides you through creating your unique magic potion with items you can find around you!   Best suited to little ghouls aged 4+, Eerie Ears lasts approximately 30 minutes.  6.99 10 Storybarn, The Reader
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stages 1–2

Rods and Cones CIC

Residents Reach Out

Cost: FREE

A new and exciting programme of free weekly creative workshops, mentoring and community engagement. Residents Reach Out will use the…

A new and exciting programme of free weekly creative workshops, mentoring and community engagement. Residents Reach Out will use the arts as a medium to improve personal wellbeing and positive community spirit in response to the COVID 19 pandemic. The project will culminate in a celebratory sharing of the work produced, which the young people themselves will organise. This is likely to be online following current guidelines. The project will be led by experienced community arts facilitators - who will work with participants to encourage better connection between young people and their wider local community, build confidence, develop skills in drama, art, events planning etc. – alongside this it will be an opportunity to have fun! The project is open to any young person (12+) in Merseyside who would like to get involved - no previous experience/knowledge is required. Due to workshops having to run online, internet access will be very helpful (if this is not possible there are other ways to get involved).

Art & design Citizenship Drama Music PSHE SMSC

free Rods and Cones CIC
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stages 3–5

dot-art

Protest Plants workshop for Black History…

Cost: £295 plus materials

Create a Protest Plant with artist Faith Bebbington – a large freestanding sculpture featuring hands as the branches and leaves.…

Create a Protest Plant with artist Faith Bebbington - a large freestanding sculpture featuring hands as the branches and leaves. Following initial discussions about racism (and school preparation prior to the session) pupils will come up with their own protest slogans to visualise their opinions. The plant will incorporate slogans in the palm of the hands and around the base. This will hopefully make a positive impact on pupils and the audience. The slogans or sound bites will look similar to circular badges used in the past to make personal protests. The base of the plant will be rainbow colours to signify diversity. The piece will be made using simple recycled materials such as newspaper, cardboard and tape to construct the sculpture, then decorate the surface using papier-mâché. Faith will also introduce the work of the Anthony Walker Foundation either by showing a short film, or encouraging the school to consider buying in one of their resources as preparation for the workshop. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A MINIMUM TWO DAY WORKSHOP

Art & design Citizenship PSHE

295 plus materials 300 dot-art Artsmark Yes
Young people’s opportunity to make, create, compose, or perform
Key Stage 3

Comics Youth CIC

Comics Youth Safe Spaces

Cost: FREE

Safe Spaces is for 13-25 year olds, on: Thursdays – 6-8pm online Saturdays – 3-4:30pm face to face, in the…

Safe Spaces is for 13-25 year olds, on:
  • Thursdays - 6-8pm online
  • Saturdays - 3-4:30pm face to face, in the Comics Youth HQ on Tithebarn St, Liverpool City Centre, Suite 3.3
These sessions offer young people the space to develop their writing and creative skills through:
  • workshops;
  • publishing opportunities from our publishing house 'Marginal' (which is run by young people, for young people);
  • creating campaign work.
The Safe Spaces sessions are tailored to the groups' wants and needs, mainly focusing on topics such as inclusivity, safety in the city, mental health and recovery. We are currently beginning to develop a Trail through Liverpool, compiled of spaces young people feel safe in. We will then use these spaces to showcase their work, writing, poetry, art and more! We will use a podcast to guide visitors around the city explaining the work and reasoning behind the campaign, which is to make young people reclaim their spaces in the city centre and understand what it meant by a 'safe space', and how to create them.

Art & design English PSHE

free Comics Youth CIC Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stages 3–5

The Royal Court Theatre

The Terriers 2 (Eve’s Story)

Cost: FREE

Eve’s Story was written in 2018, as a direct response to the success of Terriers. After engaging with Terriers young people, in particular…

Eve’s Story was written in 2018, as a direct response to the success of Terriers. After engaging with Terriers young people, in particular young women, continue to ask what happens to the character Eve. After consultation with partners including Liverpool Cultural Education Partnership, Merseyside Police, community workers and young people, writer Maurice Bessman developed Eve's Story. The play is a sequel to Terriers but can be watched as a standalone piece. It highlights issues surrounding absenteeism, knife crime and child exploitation (CE).

Drama

free The Royal Court Theatre Artsmark Arts Award Yes
Visit into school
Key Stages 3–4

Metal Culture

Metal New Artist Network

Cost: FREE

A free programme of workshops for young creatives who have deferred from studying an arts degree, or who are unsure…

A free programme of workshops for young creatives who have deferred from studying an arts degree, or who are unsure if University is for them.
The aim of this online programme is to help keep your creative practice going and connect you with other creatives from across the UK. This is a programme for anyone interested in any type of art (music, drama, film, dance, creative writing, visual art or design). It is voluntary and suitable for students 16-25.
The idea is for it to be flexible to fit in between other courses or jobs. You can register your interest here.
The programme will run monthly from October 2020. It will involve workshops, group sharings with professional artists, training events and creative challenges.
The programme is free and is developed in partnership with Festival Bridge, Royal Opera House and Curious Minds.

Art & design

free Metal Culture Arts Award Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stage 5

Liverpool World Centre

Climate Change – Creative Resource by…

Cost: FREE

Use recycled materials to collage two ‘stained glass’ windows on the theme of climate change and climate action. The resource…

Use recycled materials to collage two 'stained glass' windows on the theme of climate change and climate action. The resource consists of three documents - an overview with instructions and questions for students, and a template document for each of the windows. This resource was created by artist Becky Bryson as part of the Get Up & Goals project. Get Up & Goals is a 3-year project funded by the EU with the aim of  raising awareness of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) amongst teachers and young people in twelve European countries.  The project encourages young people to become ‘change agents’ and helps pupils to develop ideas around how they can take responsible action in response to particular challenges like climate change. There are also a wide variety of teaching resources available via the project.    

Art & design Citizenship SMSC Global learning

free Liverpool World Centre Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stages 2–4

dot-art

Sculpture with Faith Bebbington

Cost: £5 per film or £12 for three

Professional sculptor Faith Bebbington will guide you through the process of creating sculpture using simple techniques and recycled materials.  Having…

Professional sculptor Faith Bebbington will guide you through the process of creating sculpture using simple techniques and recycled materials.  Having led workshops in schools for many years Faith has found that using newspaper and sticky tape is an ideal way for children and young people to build successful sculptures quickly. These simple techniques are easy for everyone to try at home. You don’t need any special equipment apart from a pair of scissors, an old newspaper and a roll of sticky tape. These activities are suitable for complete beginners, for children to enjoy on their own or as a family activity. Children under 7 years old will need adult supervision. Faith has created three short films exploring the exciting possibilities of sculpture: Create a Simple Coil Pot  Create a Human Figure  Create your Name in 3D They can be purchased individually or as a bundle of three.

Art & design

5 per film or £12 for three 10 dot-art Artsmark Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stages 1–4

dot-art

dot-art Schools 2020 virtual exhibition

Cost: FREE

After the sadness of postponing our 8th annual dot-art Schools exhibition due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are thrilled to…


After the sadness of postponing our 8th annual dot-art Schools exhibition due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are thrilled to hold this dot-art Schools virtual exhibition so that the creative work of children and young people from our participating schools can still be shared and celebrated online. We are grateful to the Arts Council England for making this possible. Following a judges' shortlist and an online public vote, the exhibition showcases the winning Year 5 and Year 9 work from each of our 76 participating schools.

Art & design

free dot-art Artsmark Yes
Digital/online activity or resource
Key Stages 2–3