ADUK are the lead organisation in a major national youth festival taking place in Wales called RawFfest. RawFfest will offer a festival which is curated and programmes by young people and for young people between the ages of 14 and 25 from Wales and across the UK. We are offering a residential programme that offers […]
Full story…Sponsor a young person to attend the RawFfest
Looked-after children have been expressing themselves in a unique project to improve their wellbeing via creativity – and now everyone can see their work as it’s on display in Pontypridd.
The beautiful photograph collage made by the young people in their Beyond the Selfie project is being shown in the window of an unused shop […]
Full story…Being Creatively Active: Beyond the Selfie Project
Young people in Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council are benefitting from the Families First-funded SONIG Youth Music Industry programmes’ Young Promoters Network (YPN). The YPN offers young people aged 14 to 25 who have a love of music unique opportunities to experience careers in the live entertainment and creative industries. It aims to share […]
Full story…SONIG Youth Music Industries Young Promoters Network
11th – 14th July
Our Big Gig, which takes place from 11th–14thJuly, will see the whole country celebrate and enjoy music, showcase new and existing talent and increase participation in music making. From school halls to concert halls-local communities and event organisers are being encouraged to get together, pick up instruments […]
Full story…Our Big Gig: Biggest national celebration of music in communities to take place this summer
Arts Council England has announced the nationwide network of 122 music education hubs that will play a key role in ensuring that every child has the opportunity to experience a high quality music education. £171 million of funding will support the network of hubs between August 2012 and March 2015. The awards have been made […]
Full story…ACE announces Music Education Hubs
ACE has announced that Trinity College London has been chosen as the national provider for the Artsmark scheme and that the Arts Council will commit £4.5m to the programme until 2015. Alan Davey said that having a single provider “will help support a more joined up cultural education for children and young people, both in […]
The Arts Development Team within Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council’s Cultural Services will soon be hosting the Make iT Showcase 2012!
The Make iT Project is aimed at young people aged 14-19 who have a flair for media and would like to gain hands-on experience, creating music videos for musical talent from the borough.
Full story…Make iT Showcase 2012
Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council’s SONIG Youth Music Industry programme, funded by Fframwaith (the Children and Young People’s Partnership in RCT), have been working with the band Ladies Love a Superhero to nurture their talent and develop their creative industries skills. Pontypridd’s new bright young things, Ladies Love a Superhero, are currently riding high […]
Full story…New Talent from Pontypridd: Ladies Love a Superhero
Young female residents from across Rhondda Cynon Taf have been offered the chance to form and develop their very own rock band, thanks to free, weekly sessions organised by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council’s SONIG Youth Music Industry Programme.
The girls have created their own band, Wild Roses.
They have produced themselves, performed, written songs […]
Full story…All Girl Rock Workshops
Paul Kelly, Wednesday 12 March 2008 – 17:23:17
Larkin’ About was a site-specific theatre project which took place over one week in August 2005 delivered by the Arts Service at the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames in partnership with the National Youth Theatre and the Parks and Open Spaces Department. Building upon the […]
Full story…Larkin’ About In Richmond