Re:Generation 2031 has supported the funding, set-up and delivery of 6 new practice-based training programmes with a wide range of partner organisations in the Thames Estuary region. All these programmes aim to increase creative production and cultural experiences within the region and involve the recruitment and training of young people, developing the skills they need in order to lead new commissions, set up creative businesses and become future creative leaders in the Estuary.
Five of the training programmes focus on developing the essential skills needed to deliver a single or multiple public events or commissions, all co-designed between the young people and the creative organisations leading the programme, through a series of workshops. The sixth programme was delivered in partnership with Kent Business School and the Creative Mentor Network, to support a group of FE college leavers to set up their own businesses with a small amount of Seed Funding.
Hi, I’m Isabel Jaques, Assistant Producer at SparkedEcho & Electric Medway. My role is currently being funded by Re:Generation 2031.
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