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Create Sheffield January’22 Newsletter

This half-termly newsletter includes information and opportunities to facilitate & celebrate young peoples’ participation in arts and culture in Sheffield.

Contents

  • Create Sheffield Update - Junk Sculpture exhibition

  • Notice Board - creative opportunities and news from our creative Partners

  • New Create Sheffield Arts and Cultural Partners, all offering excellent work for and with children and young people in Sheffield

  • Resources and Inspiration - links to resources, organisations and articles themed around arts and cultural education

Create Sheffield Update

Be part of a city wide ‘Junk Sculpture’ exhibition

In November 2021, the SEN and Creativity Community of Practice met face-to-face for the first time, bringing together teachers from Sheffield special schools and professional artists to explore how the creative process can benefit the children and the people supporting them.

Read about the Junk Sculpture workshop that took place at the Rowan school and opportunities to get involved.

Our Staff Room Newsletter

We are so proud of all the fantastic opportunities our arts and cultural Partners offer to schools in Sheffield. Take a look at what is happening this half-term.

Messages from our Arts and Cultural Partners

There will be a FREE weekly workshops taking place at Common Ground, Machon Bank, Nether Edge, Sheffield S7 1GR on Sundays 1-3pm from 23/1/21. Anyone aged 11-14 can sign up to take part and the group will work alongside the Third Angel team to learn skills, explore ideas and ultimately – make something brilliant! It could be a performance, a film, a music video, a podcast… The group will get to explore their own interests & ideas to help them decide. If Covid prevents face to face, we will still have fun online. To find out more or book your place visit our website below.

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Sheffield DocFest 2022 Youth Jury are now open - Ages 18-23

We are thrilled to open the search for participants in the Youth Jury programme which is now in its 16th year. Five young film enthusiasts will be offered the opportunity to meet key figures within the industry including our 2022 Guest Curator Asif Kapadia (Senna, Amy, Diego Maradona), to curate a selection of films for the Festival, and select the winner of the Youth Jury Award announced at the Sheffield DocFest Awards Ceremony.

We welcome applicants from a variety of backgrounds, with no special qualifications or experience needed. If you are aged 18-23, based in the UK, and have a passion for documentary and the media industry, this is the programme for you.

This free programme offers opportunities for young people wishing to enter the film industry from production to distribution, curation, film marketing and criticism. It is a tremendous way to see how an international film festival and jury work, and you will have your say about the best documentary films being made today.

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Amal's visit to Sheffield; the first City of Sanctuary

New Arts & Cultural Partners

Resources & Inspiration

Create Sheffield is Sheffield’s Cultural Education Partnership. We are supported by IVE, the Arts Council England Bridge Organisation for Yorkshire and the Humber.

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