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4 tiers of entertainment

Four tiers of entertainment from Collage Arts on-line. If you have exhausted Netflix with that binge watching that started in March and you are missing live entertainment, we have the next best thing. A review, gigs, and original drama, all made in Haringey.  This isn’t the New Year we were ...
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Happy Holidays from everyone at Collage Arts

Some of our highlights in 2020: Join the Karamel Revolution on Collage Arts Online youtube channel, Yuletide jazz, soul and poetry performances available from 7pm, 18 December and throughout January. Calling time on hate speech at Collage Voices, and how we are working with children in need. Read, listen and ...
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Collage Arts Community

This month, we took some time to reflect on our community activities and the body of work, stories and artwork, created in 2020 by women who shared their stories and experiences in many creative ways and responses. Words, thoughts, reflection and ideas by women, young and old, mainly from the ...
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Karamel Revolution goes online this Friday

Stars of stage and screen join together for the Karamel Revolution - a night of Yuletide jazz, soul, poetry and fundraising. Stars of stage and screen return to Collage Arts & Karamel for a night of Yuletide jazz, soul and poetry, in support of Collage Voices' new project providing performing ...
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Working with children in need

We have been funded by BBC Children in Need for the past 18 months. This funding has helped us to deliver our vision of delivering fully integrated performing arts, media and literature – but in a seamless way. If anyone notices we have access provision in place we have fallen ...
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Collage Arts is hosting an intercultural dialogue to share the learning from the HIT project

Collage Arts is hosting an intercultural dialogue to share the learning from the HIT project – which developed campaigns designed by young people to stop hate speech being directed at migrants and asylum seekers. The Hate Interrupter Teams Creative Tool allows users to generate content, mainly based on storytelling and ...
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Does it make sense for schools to address anti-bullying from a single-issue perspective?

Last week we learned that the government has not renewed its funding for the school’s LGBTQ+ anti-bullying programme. The press has shared moving and sensitive stories about bullying within schools of young people whose process of coming out has been met with peer hostility and institutional indifference. As a creative ...
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Lockdown Compositions & Crafted Conversations

LOCKDOWN COMPOSITIONS At Collage Arts, young people and music are very close to our heart! Many of you will already know of the work we do with young people through Collage Voices and Collage Works. We are delighted that through Collage Community project, Creative Futures, we designed a musical strand ...
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The Blue Sky Makes Me Hopeful by Lola Clinton [Lockdown Diary 1]

Lola Clinton reflects shortages of toilet roll and compost that nearly derails her gardening. She places George Floyd’s death in the context of 400 years of exploitation. But, the smell of freshly picked herbs makes her smile and the blue sky makes her hopeful. Listen to a short extract voiced ...
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Collage Arts hosts discussion on tackling discrimination in the creative industries

Date: 30 November 2020 - Time: 5:15pm to 6:30pm Collage Talks will be hosting an industry panel exploring ways to tackle discrimination in the media & creative industries. The panel will be: Almass Badat, creative director, strategist and DJ Jackie Adedeji, Journalist, podcast personality, and presenter Olivia Lifungula, photographer and ...
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The Lockdown Monologues – Lucky by Leila Alkunshalie [Monologue 3]

Leila Alkunshalie has created a Lockdown Monologue based on her observations of working with young women in Haringey. It is deftly performed by Karta Kaur. What shines though is original and authentic voice of a Londoner growing up in dual heritage household. Her hair, she tells us, is half Arab ...
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European Commission invites Collage to share expertise

The project team at Collage Arts made a presentation to the European Commission on the 12th of November. The team was asked to share its approach to vocational education and training and in particular the approach of non-formal learning in the creative sector.Manoj Ambasna, Executive Director of Collage Arts, said: ...
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