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Autumn 2019:

Congratulations
made! In the Autumn of 2018 the artistic directors worked on a large collaborative application with Parc Eglos School on behalf of the Southerly Point Co-operative Multi Academy Trust and the Minack Theatre.  The Paul Hamlyn Foundation (Teacher Development Fund) is now funding a two year programme. made artists will be working with teachers, senior leaders and children from ten primary schools across the SPCMAT. The project, A Child's Eye View, aims to embed learning through the arts across the curriculum. Using dance, drama and music the artists will help to develop teachers' knowledge, skills and experience in supporting the development of speech, language and communication amongst children in the EYFS classes.

'Wenna's Wonderful World' : The made Wenna team are appearing at the Little Big Gig at Henry's Campsite on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st September. The team are very excited to be performing with the children at this lovely festival. Look out for Wenna as she appears in other places during the term - watch this space!

'HYD': The Helston Youth Dance Group is now recruiting new dancers for this year. If you are Year 6 or above and would like to do some contemporary, street and jazz dance please get in touch. Pat, Mia and Lisa would love to see you on Thursdays from 3.30pm to 6.00pm at Helston College South Site Hall.

'Dance Making': Pat is busy with the acrobatic dancers at the Bev Lyn School of Dance on Tuesday evenings (Classes from 4.30 to 8.15 ages 6+) and the Helston Acro Team who meet at Helston College on Monday evenings from 3.30 to 4.30 (Ages 7+). Get in touch if you have a budding acro dancer. A new group of GCSE Dance students is now running at Helston College on Friday evenings from 3.30 to 5.30. It is a demanding course, but with some fabulous professional works to study and some exciting practical work to do.

'Music Making': Chris is working with the Cornwall Concert Orchestra in preparation for the January concert; 25th January 2020 at St Mary's Church Penzance. Repertoire includes Dvorak's Cello Concerto, Smetana's Vlatava and Schubert's Unfinished Symphony. On 12th October 2019 Chris will be working with Cornwall Clarinets on music by Holst, Greig and Mancini.

made is now preparing an exciting NEW project for 2020/21 and is looking for Memory Cafe's and Care Home settings to participate. Please get in touch if your Memory Cafe would like to have some creative, developmental fun!

For information on any made projects or programmes please email: info@made-arts.com


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 
 

Welcome!

Welcome to the new website. We hope you enjoy reading about our arts education work, which engages people from ‘womb to tomb!’

Ethos

's work is underpinned by a strong commitment to person centred artistic processes, action research and reflective practice. Evaluation is critical in the development of projects and programmes. Working in partnership with means that client groups engage in a relationship which meets the needs of the participants first, whilst still maintaining the integrity of the organisations involved. arts interventions are bespoke, effectively managed, professionally delivered and critically appraised!

History

Since 1996 (formerly Music and Dance Education Ltd) has been initiating exciting and creative music and dance interventions in partnership with early years providers; schools, colleges and extended services; youth and community groups; and health care settings. has now relaunched the organisation to embrace drama and art. Watch this space!

Artists

The team of arts practitioners are professional artists with relevant qualifications, CRB checks and Public Liability Insurance. They are experienced in working across ages, abilities and sectors and are keen to train new artists in the work.

Please enjoy the information and photographs on our website and send your comments to the made-arts Facebook Page!

- Artistic Directors Pat Hickman (Dance) and Chris Morgan (Music)