Impact Arts has strong ethos of partnership working in collaboration with a variety of partners including Third Sector, Local and National Government, Prisons and Housing Associations. We develop and deliver commissioned projects which help our partners fulfil their aims and target social challenges.
Make it Your Own - Renfrewshire Council
Make it Your Own, a partnership with Renfrewshire Council, is a project that aims to make council tenancies more sustainable through offering people free creative workshops for their home.
Those moving into first time tenancies referred by Renfrewshire Council's Housing Support Service work closely with Impact Arts' artists-in-residence to plan and design exactly what they want to do with their new homes to make it feel somewhere that is truly theirs.
Participants are given a shopping budget and are then taught a variety of creative skills that can be used to upcycle and make decorations and furnishings for the home.
For more information or to discuss further, please contact Housing Support at Renfrewshire Council at firstname.lastname@example.org , speak to your Housing Advisor or Housing Support Officer, or contact Linda Burke at Impact Arts on 07875 068 931 or at email@example.com.
Free training programme to harness local talent and build community capacity in North Ayrshire.
Craft Town Scotland, West Kilbride, Magnox Socio Economic Scheme, Creative Scotland Place Partnership, and North Ayrshire Council, are offering a unique and exciting opportunity to become a member of our North Ayrshire Creative Team for 9 months.
The Makers & Artists Mentoring Programme (M & AMP), will train ten Makers/Artists from across North Ayrshire. The programme is open to those who are currently unemployed or under-employed, and will focus on a structured programme of training and hands-on experience in participatory arts practice, reaching up to 300 people in communities across North Ayrshire via bespoke projects.
After the programme, Makers/Artists will be equipped with the tools and skills needed to have a viable and sustainable career within participatory and community settings and/or to support the development of a Self-Employed Portfolio Career.
Commissions: If you would like to commission Impact Arts to work with or for you, please contact Sam Eccles on 0141 575 3001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The team at Impact Arts work hard to secure over £1.5m of funding per year to provide life changing creative experiences for more than 5000 people.
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