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Collage Voices and ImagiNation

Collage Voices is very proud to have taken part in Theatre Centre’s and Theatre 503’s ImagiNation project this summer, where 19 writers were asked to create and donate 19 plays to the UK public to read, rehearse and record.  We used it as part of our schools partnership programme during…

Collage Works programmes to diversify employment in the creative sector hit by the pandemic

An evaluation of a training program that set out to diversify the creative industries and work with employers to find new talent has seen the COVID-19 pandemic wipe out many of the gains that had been made. Over 200 young people from diverse backgrounds, supported by Collage Arts and Bauer…

Latest e-quarter is published (July 20)

Our third publication of the year is available now.  You can read and watch some of our highlights, successes and some things to look out for over coming weeks. As we are emerging from lockdown this month, we are all trying to figure out the meanings of the safe new normal. Behind the…

Collage Voices continues to inspire young people

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In our recent survey parents have responded positively to how Collage Voices has worked with their children during the pandemic. Whilst it has not been possible to engage with every young person in our Saturday Voices programme, the efforts we made have been welcomed and there is a high level…

Celebrating success with CREUS – creative learning in unconventional spaces

We are delighted to find out that Erasmus+ project, CREUS, that Collage Arts implemented with Rinova and international partner organisations has been awarded with ‘Good Practice’ exemplar status by the Erasmus Plus UK National Agency.  A small selection of completed projects are accorded this status each year. The CREUS project, ended in February 2020, was very…

Haringey school pupils take on the haters

Collage Arts will be working with Haringey school pupils to explore how music can help tackle hate crimes. This has been made possible as a result of funding from Amplify London, a partnership between the London Music Fund and YouTube Music. Voices Against Hate is a collaboration between Collage Arts…