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Wolverhampton CEP (Cultural Education Partnership) are hosting a youth festival for the second year in West Park, Wolverhampton on Sunday 13 August 2023 11am-5.30pm (nearest entrance Landsdowne Road entrance gates)
This year we are working with the #YES youth board to co-create the festival. We are inviting all young people aged 11+ and their families to try out lots of new creative and cultural activities for FREE including: music from local bands, open mic, drop in creative arts, music workshops and more.
At West Park on Sunday 13 August 2023, 11am – 5pm.
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Here’s a reminder of last year’s festival (this is the film from last year)
Are you a young person who would like to perform on the main stage at the festival?
Any Wolverhampton young people aged 11-18 years who might want to perform the application links are below please also share these with your friends:
If you are young person who is interested in performing SPOKEN WORD/POETRY please complete this form here
If you are a young person who is interested in performing MUSIC on the main stage please complete this form.
You’ll need a google account to sign in for the music application.
Do you want to get involved and Volunteer?
Are you a young person or do you know a young person that would like to volunteer this is for ages 16-25 years olds. For more information contact Ros Manasseh, Wolverhampton CEP and Same Difference Youth Festival Development Co-ordinator email@example.com
We very much hope you will be able to join us at this year’s festival.
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The Black Country Cultural Education Directory, a joint initiative between the four Cultural Education Partnerships (CEPs); Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton. Each CEP is formed of partners from across the arts, cultural, heritage and education sectors. They collectively work together to ensure that all children and young people aged 0 to 25 in their localities have access to high quality arts and culture. Each CEP is formed of partners who are activists in their local area who advocate for arts, culture and creativity in education. To ensure that every child and young person has a positive and empowering creative learning journey and the opportunity to create, participate, produce and engage with cultural education.
If you have a passion for arts, culture and education and are interested in joining a collective movement of change makers in your locality then contact your local CEP to become a member.
For more information about Wolverhampton Cultural Education Partnership and how to get involved please contact Rosalind Manasseh, Wolverhampton CEP Development Co-ordintor
Our primary motivation is to make the most significant difference we can to the opportunities for children and young people to access and engage with high quality arts and culture. We are funded by Arts Council England to be the ‘bridge’ organisation for the West Midlands, working with the education, arts and cultural sector to overcome the barriers that prevent all children and young people to engage with high quality culture. In a diverse region with 2.5m young people, 2,600 schools, 14 local authorities and a wealth and richness of arts and cultural organisations this is a significant, complex and energising challenge.
The Black Country Teachers CPD Network brings together teachers and school staff involved in teaching and promoting the arts and culture across Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton. The network is for Secondary Teachers of: Art & Design, Dance, and Drama/Theatre Studies and also a network for Primary teachers.
The network is supported by Arts Connect for further information please visit the link below or email:
Pepita Hanna – Associate Director, Partnerships and Investment at Arts Connect
Newhampton Arts Centre is part of the Startart: a national programme developed, supported and funded by Arts Connect building stronger links between cultural organisations and schools. NAC is working over three years with the five primary schools in its neighbourhood: West Park Primary, St Andrews, St Peter and Paul, St Michaels and Dunstall Hill. Year One ran over 2018-9 and saw pupils from Years 5 and 6 develop skills in theatre and performance. They visited NAC and experienced live theatre from Rhubarb Theatre and Jango Starr, and took part in workshops in shadow puppetry and clowning from artists from both companies. Year One also contained Teacher CPD sessions, tours of NAC for pupils and training on the delivery of Artsaward Discover at Primary level. The year concluded with performances from all five schools at NAC.
For Year Two the schools involved chose the topic and decided to focus on Sculpture and 3-D making. NAC engaged visual artist Manda Yates to deliver the project from February 2020. The schedule has been disrupted by the COVID-19 emergency, but plans are well developed to restart the project in autumn 2020 with digital work, and in-person work from January 2021.