North East Regional Discussion Group

  • by Tomas

    Tuesday, 10 March, 2015 - 10:12

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How do we inspire young people?

The answer is:  – we don’t.  Young people are inspired by other young people.   Our job is to create the context in which that can happen.

That’s what we’ve learned from our ‘Young People’s Gatherings’  which  bring together young people from musical inclusion projects across Teesside for a celebratory day of workshops and performances

Jack Drum Arts’ ‘Wear Making Music’ Youth Music programme took to the forest for an evening of mythological magic and mayhem!

The Kithara Project is a collective of guitarists working to promote the guitar and with it, to create, perform, educate, engage, and empower in socially responsible ways in Mexico and the USA.

It’s Connections time again! And this year we’ve discovered a whole new literary genre – ‘Cli-Fi’. It’s a little but like Sci-Fi in that it takes place in the future, and it’s got a lot of ‘speculative fiction’, but it’s all about what could happen in the future as a result of climate change. ‘How topical!’ I hear you cry, and yes, you’re right – that’s why we picked it! 

It’s Connections time again! And this year we’ve discovered a whole new literary genre – ‘Cli-Fi’. It’s a little but like Sci-Fi in that it takes place in the future, and it’s got a lot of ‘speculative fiction’, but it’s all about what could happen in the future as a result of climate change. ‘How topical!’ I hear you cry, and yes, you’re right – that’s why we picked it! 

Some thoughts on my work as Resident Musician at The Link CiC.

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