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Our Community Projects

Our community work spans youth projects, cultural events, educational activities, mentoring and more. We work in a highly collaborative way to leverage everyone's expertise and enhance our social impact.  

We invest grants into your work, taking great care to deliver projects to a high standard. 
We work with consultants, facilitators, trainers and educators to deliver our projects online and in-person. Our roots are in Suffolk, but we also work further afield.

Our team are experts in arts, culture, history, education, diversity and inclusion, and communications. ​Through our community work, we aim to;

  • Create new and exciting opportunities for young people.

  • Champion the community's talent and our achievements.

  • Provide opportunities to engage in Black culture and heritage.

  • Create and develop opportunities for young people.

Check out our projects!

  • Local Black cultural initiative which engaged people in the first Power of Stories leg which was co-curated by Ipswich Museums and community members. 

 

  • Power of Stories exhibition tour in partnership with MarvelSuffolk County Council, the Association for Suffolk Museums, Moyse's Hall Museum, the Food Museum and Britten Pears Arts.

  • Cultural education project in partnership with Ipswich Opportunity Area. We delivered online and in-person CPD for educators and delivered a range of fun and engaging Black history and cultural workshops in schools. Another strand of the project included the production of a short film about a local Black barbershop and its role in the wellbeing of Black men.

  • Human library project where young people interviewed older family members about their lives. The audio stories were recorded. A local Black artist created artwork of the young people and family members. The art and audio were used in a free exhibition at The Hold, Ipswich, in winter 2023. In partnership with Ipswich Cultural Education Partnership.

Our Partners
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