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SNAP

What we do

A Sheffield based network for arts & culture people who work with children, young people and their adults.

 SNAP aims to: 

  • Enable people to come together to connect, collaborate and share with each other across the city 
  • Contribute to ‘making the case’ for the value of work with children and young people by having a collective voice.  

Who are we for:

SNAP is a Sheffield based network for anybody working with children, young people and their adults … 

  • Artists/creatives/freelance practitioners who work with children, young people/families 
  • Artists/creatives who are interested in finding out more about working with children, young people/families
  • Teachers or people involved in education 
  • Arts & Cultural providers/professionals 
  • Youth Workers 
  • Voluntary and community sector professionals

SNAP is an open network and welcomes all people who believe in how access to arts and culture can change lives. SNAP hold Open Network Meetings 3 times a year. Click here for more information and to register. And finally if you would like to join the SNAP Network and receive an occasional newsletter click here.


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What we've been doing

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written on the 22nd June 2016
HOW CAN ARTISTS GET BACK INTO SCHOOLS?
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2 Bamboo To Experience The Interconnection Between Artists And Commissioners Photo By Sophie Hunter

What was SNAP Practice?

written on the 29th April 2016
A space for artists and commissioners to imagine new ways of working with children and young people.
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2 We Need A Safe Space To Take Risks Photo By Sophie Hunter

SNAP Practice: the Micro-grant projects

written on the 1st May 2016
The final part of the SNAP Practice project offered a very small amount of money to flesh out a mini project...
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2 Commissioner Artist Equals In Creative Process Photo By Sophie Hunter

Micro-grant 1: The ‘non-marketplace'

written on the 22nd June 2016
How artists and teachers (as commissioners) interact and meet was a subject of ongoing discussion
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Events

SNAP Open Network Meeting

We are delighted to be re-launching our Open Meetings following a period where SNAP members have been contributing to exciting developments within the city, including Create Sheffield (Sheffield’s Local Cultural Education Partnership).  We are now ready to re-focus on providing a space for our sector to meet, share and network.      

There will be 3 open meetings a year. They are free to attend but please book your place through Eventbrite:

1st October 4.00 - 6.00 108 The Moor Eventbrite link

7th February 12.00 - 2.00 108 The Moor Eventbrite link

6th June 5.00 - 7.00 108 The Moor Eventbrite link

and as the name suggests meetings are open to anyone who works in or is interested in the field of arts and culture/children and young people.  ALL WELCOME.

We hope these meetings will provide a conduit for sharing information/news/opportunities from within the sector, the city and from Create Sheffield and will strengthen our collective.   

 

SNAP is supported by the Sheffield Culture Consortium.

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Sign up to SNAP Open Network

Signing up here means you will join the SNAP Open Network.

You will be informed of SNAP Open Meetings and receive the occasional newsletter communication including information/opportunities from Create Sheffield.

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Steering Group

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Rachael Dodd Programme Manager, Yorkshire Artspace
Photo ofEmily Hutchinson
Emily Hutchinson Creative Projects Manager, Sheffield Theatres
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Sophie Hunter Freelance Theatre Maker, Creative Producer and Evaluator
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Sarah-Jane Palmer Freelance Visual Artist
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Graham Moore Children and Young People Coordinator, Museums Sheffield
Photo of Hester Chillingworth
Hester Chillingworth Creative Producer, Participation & Engagement
Photo ofCaroline Hallam
Caroline Hallam Music Leader, Sheffield Music Hub
Photo of Laura Travis
Laura Travis Head of Learning & Participation, Museums Sheffield
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Participation Programme Manager - Site Gallery (tbc) Participation Programme Manager - Site Gallery (tbc)
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Education Programmer - Showroom Cinema (tbc) Education Programmer - Showroom Cinema (tbc)
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