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Superact Introduction

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Mauricio Velez

on 2 October 2014

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Who we are Community Interest Company, 2006 Not for profit arts organization seven full time and nine part time staff + plus lead artists Many artists many art forms. Local regional international work Our mission “Superact uses the creative process to improve the health and well-being of communities and in doing so maximizes the life chances of individuals” Funding Idea Artists Our
Approach Always in partnership
(48 in EU alone, 100+ in UK to date)! Areas of work Current Projects Community development 2012 Olympics (Bandstand Marathon),
Youth opportunities Minehead, Health and well-being Abbeyfield, Bristol and Bath hospitals, dementia and the arts, Music and Memories in Bristol and Wellington; Artists in residence Justice settings Employability through the arts Education and training Young at risk, Halsway Manor young people
Older entrepreneurs, Sector development Arts Council International Training IC Music
SEPE Qualification
Workshop Leadership PEETA – prisons in five countries – employability through the arts (SEPE) Rapport – story’s of entrepreneurs TEATRAL – use of theatre in challenging communities IC Music – training young bands to work in community settings SUCIPE – Supporting Single Parents to integrate into communities Netbox – Asset Based Community Development bringing communities together through an arts approach Sheherazade – using story-telling to help integrate migrant communities Current
Eueopean
Projects European projects in development A2i -arts to integration, employability skills for young unemployed in challenging circumstances ESTA use of crafts for education of offenders in the Baltic Countries ACDC The impact of music for those in care Use of crafts to encourage young females to continue in education - Turkey, Southern Italy & Sweden
SUPPORTING EMPLOYABILITY & PERSONAL
EFFECTIVENESS SEPE Location Somerset College Taunton Find out more about our projects www.superact.org.uk contact@superact.org.uk Theatre and communities, training musicians
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