What We've Been Doing

SNAP runs Open Meetings for our members each quarter, and offers a range of CPD opportunities specifically for artists and creative practitioners who work with children and young people. This section will tell you a bit about what we're up to - and what we've been up to recently.
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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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Micro-grant 2: Artists' residency - secondary (High Storrs School)

written on the 22nd June 2016
A project to investigate the importance of young people having opportunities to experience the process of making artworks and of working creatively...
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Micro-grant 3: Artists’ residency – primary (Watercliffe Meadow)

written on the 22nd June 2016
Can artists work successfully within the school environment to enhance the students’ confidence, self esteem and to work with the staff to make a real difference to children?
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Micro-grant 4: Vulnerable young people

written on the 22nd June 2016
A Micro-grant to improve the effectiveness of joint work between artists and youth sector professionals.
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