Recommended by cultural organisations and educators, these Manchester-based creative workshop facilitators visit schools and community groups.
EPA create bespoke Performing Arts services for schools through workshops, PPA-cover, enrichment days and extra-curricular sessions.
Lara is a visual artist and facilitator, who offers high quality art and craft workshops for all ages to develop wellbeing and expression.
Emma is a Community Artist and Theatre Maker who works with people to experiment with Drama, and create Socially Engaged performances.
Matt is a poet who provides inspirational performances and writing workshops for schools, libraries and festivals.
Flick is a storyteller & community artist. She runs interactive storytelling experiences & workshops in drama, oracy & creative writing.
Brighter Sound is a creative music charity with a large network of local musicians and singers who deliver workshops in education settings.
SHAR is an Artist, Songwriter, Producer and Electronic Composer who has over ten years of experience as a Singer/ Songwriter.
Sally is an artist, socially engaged practitioner and creative producer specialising in print and surface design.
Stiched Up travel across Greater Manchester delivering activities based around sewing, clothes repair, upcycling and sustainable fashion.
Liberty is a Graphic Designer and Educator, delivering workshops in typography, graphics, and printmaking. Liberty works with all audiences
Esme is a singer-songwriter and music workshop leader who enables young people to express themselves through songwriting and music-making.
Note Weavers collaborates with local culture and education to devise and deliver music experiences for early years children in all settings.
Rose is both a visual artist and producer. She runs interactive zine making workshops and projects with groups of all ages.
Kirsty works with community and education groups on both visual and poetic arts projects. Her group work has been displayed at HOME.
Afrocats deliver creative wellbeing workshops with young refugees, children seeking asylum and young people facing social exclusion.
Z-arts is a multi-artform venue in Hulme, dedicated to providing top quality creative experiences for children and families.
Nayna is a qualified art teacher who offers arts and crafts workshops for all age groups, experimenting with techniques and media.
Shirley is a legendary local poet and founder of Young Identity. She delivers workshops and seminars around poetry and spoken word.
Led by talented facilitators, versatile poets and spoken word performers, Young Identity deliver creative writing and performance workshops.
Story Drawing Club
Story Drawing Club deliver quality workshops that engage children in story writing and drawing to increase diversity in children's lit.
Venessa is a multidisciplinary artist who delivers brilliant creative workshops and interventions for a range of audiences.
Starling deliver creative workshops and projects exploring positive identity and expression with neurodiverse young people.
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