Very uplifting article about the arts and education in The Guardian
Creative Scotland developed a handy toolkit to set up and evaluate your participatory arts projects and it's all free! More here.
This will also be saved under Funding & Competitions.
Desert Island Discs always comes up with some pretty interesting people. In the latest episode guest Wayne McGregor is talking about his Community Dance Project in Northern Ireland.
It's worth listening to the whole episode, the particular part about the Dance Project is around 22 minutes in.
Wayne McGregor's website also has a very interesting video about the impact of bringing dance into primary schools, which you can find here.
Art and Empathy - where do they meet? An interesting read on different artists' views.
Read the whole article in The Huffington Post.
The need for stimulating creativity, eloquently explained by Tham Khai Meng of Ogilvy & Mather. Read more here.
A strong voice for access to art, a very good read.
“Children need art and stories and poems and music as much as they need love and food and fresh air and play. “
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Please have a look at our new social enterprise Bizzie Bee.
This is Lizzie Bee
Lizzie Bee Foundation Ltd 是一家香港註冊慈善機構。 我們透過發展和發表藝術工作坊，把藝術、藝術家和社區聯繫在一起。
Lizzie Bee Foundation Ltd is a Hong Kong registered Charity. We develop and deliver art workshops in which we bring art, artist and community together.
We believe that art and making art can trigger change. Therefore everyone should have access to meaningful art projects in order to promote education, empower communities, enhance lives and encourage positive social impact.
Within this service we provide, we set up the art workshops but also advise other organisations in grant-writing, fundraising and strategic planning.
On this website you can find information about Our Projects but also about other cool stuff in and outside Hong Kong.
Tell me and I will forget;
show me and I may remember;
involve me and I will understand.
Old Chinese Proverb