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by Anna Eaton

Collective Power: Tracing Autonomy, The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, Glasgow

The latest in our Collective Power Award series celebrates a project that focuses on autonomy as a model for supporting reflective practice for clinical, arts and health practitioners.

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by Anna Eaton

Collective Power: Loudspeaker, Nottingham Contemporary

The fourth project in our Collective Power Award shortlist series that we want to celebrate uses galleries and creativity to make a crucial difference in the lives of women experiencing difficult circumstances.

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by Anna Eaton

Collective Power: Feels Like Home, Barnsley Museums

We learn about what a community group for anyone new to Barnsley has achieved, learnt and loved along the way as part of our Collective Power award showcase with the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance.

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by Anna Eaton

Bringing digital arts innovations to St Helens – Artist Brief

Ideas Alliances are working with St Helens Libraries to deliver an action research project that is investigating ‘What does a digital offer look like for St Helens?’. As part of this piece of work, we want to commission a creative digital arts project – inviting innovative ideas for how our increasingly digital society might affect the people of St Helens…

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by Robert Punton

Covid Considerations: Thinking time and new ways of thinking

Social change activist, poet and businessman Robert Punton's perspective of lockdown and the opportunities he sees. From no longer having to worry about travelling to meetings as a disabled man to new connections and grassroot movements.

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by Azad Sharma

Fun Palaces: fostering culture and community

We spent a lot of 2019 thinking about co-production in the arts and we want to begin 2020 with the same creativity at the front of our minds. Creativity in a community setting encourages togetherness and often the sharing of valuable skills to nurture arts and sciences at a grassroots level.  We were delighted to find Fun Palaces, an organisation…

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Burcu Borysik, Mayday Trust