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Appendix 1. Report to Cabinet Member for Lifelong Learning – 18 October 2001 APPLICATION FOR ARTS FUNDING SPONSORSHIP & SELF HELP FUND Amount sought: £4,790 Grant recommended: £3,233 1. Application from: Flamboyan Carnival Association (3.2.1) 2. Ward: Queen‟s Park 3. Type of organisation/project: Offers Carnival-based activities and classes/courses in costume design and creation, steelband, creative writing and stained glass. 4. Application for: Funding is requested towards a collaborative arts project entitled „From Mozart to Masquearde‟. The project is based on the Mozart Estate‟s blocks being named after famous composers, writers, poets etc. The project will involve young people researching and creating designs around the theme and will culminate in a drama and music performance by the young people in the form of a masked ball. A series of thirty after-school workshops for young people exploring carnival art will take place at the Beethoven Centre, 1 November – 13 December 2001. Thirty young people have been recruited through Flamboyans‟ membership and the Paddington Youth Parliament. Further recruitment will also be taking place at events during Black History Month and through publicity being distributed to young people on the Mozart Estate. 5. Total cost: £11,930 6. Additional income raised: £7,940 7. Amount of assistance sought: £4,790 8. Source of income: £3,000 Knight Sound & Light & £2,100 ASDA (confirmed), £1,000 New Life for Paddington, £1,500 London Arts, £320 Membership Fees & £300 Own Funds. 9. Previous grants: In receipt of Revenue funding of £5,000 for 2001/2002. There have been no applications to the project funds this financial year. Funding of £3,060 (SSHF) was agreed towards „Capital Creations‟ – a similar project with young people culminating in a performance in the Millennium Dome. 10. Officer recommendation: This application is for activity additional to that covered by Revenue funding and will extend the arts opportunities and training for young people in the area. A grant up to the amount of £3,233 is recommended payable on receipt of report and accounts after the event. Some administrative costs in the budget seem excessive and the shortfall of expenditure minus income shown in the budget is incorrect. Appendix 1. Report to Cabinet Member for Lifelong Learning – 18 October 2001 APPLICATION FOR ARTS FUNDING SPONSORSHIP & SELF HELP FUND Amount sought: £10,000 Grant recommended: £5,000 1. Application from: REGUS London Film Festival (3.2.2) 2. Ward: St James‟ 3. Type of organisation/project: Annual film festival offering people the opportunity to see the best in new cinema from around the world. An exciting programme of preview film screenings and special events at a host of central London locations, including the Odeon Leicester Square and Odeon West End, 7 – 22 November 2001. Application for: Funding is being sought for the organisation, administration and operation of twenty free screenings, discussions, workshops and masterclasses for schools, sixth-form colleges, community groups and the unemployed. These events will be held mainly in the Odeon West End, with films being selected from the festival to either complement school syllabi in subject areas or to profile social and cultural issues. The programme will also include a „Director into School‟ event, events tailored for senior citizens and, building on last year, further events aimed at Primary Key Stage 2. 5. Total cost: The total cost of the outreach programme is £30,000. 6. Additional income raised: £10,000 (confirmed) 7. Amount of assistance sought: £10,000 8. Source of income: REGUS Ltd. 9. Previous grants: The London Film Festival has received funding towards the costs of the festival on a regular basis. A grant of £5,000 was agreed in 2000, ‟99 & ‟98, £6,179 in ‟97, £5,675 in ‟96 and £5,150 in‟95. 10. Officer recommendation: The Education programme is valued by schools, all of the secondary schools have benefited from events in the past. Last year pupils from St Matthew‟s CE, Soho Parish CE and St Vincent‟s RC attended education events for the first time through the new access programme developed for primary schools. Through targeting access to „lifelong learners‟, a group of elderly Asian women from Age Concern Westminster attended a screening and discussion event for Bollywood Calling. In addition, leaflets were distributed in public libraries, One-Stops, schools, colleges and centres for the unemployed in the Westminster area to promote the free screenings and the ResCard offer. The Festival has been promoted through ResCard offering two tickets for the price of one for matinee performances. 418 ResCard holders benefited from this offer last year. A grant of up to £5,000 is recommended payable on receipt of report and accounts after the event. Appendix 1. Report to Cabinet Member for Lifelong Learning – 18 October 2001 APPLICATION FOR ARTS FUNDING SPONSORSHIP & SELF HELP FUND Amount sought: £6,000 Grant recommended: £6,000 1. Application from: Spare Tyre Theatre Company (3.2.3) 2. Ward: St James‟ 3. Type of organisation/project: Spare Tyre Theatre Company specialises in providing drama and music training for disadvantaged groups in London. Funding is requested towards „Street Stories‟ an arts residency with young homeless people based at The London Connection, January – March 2002. The project is a collaboration with Raw Material (a music and video group) to produce a piece of theatre which integrates music and video to enable participants to explore issues pertinent to their lives. 4. Application for: Artists will work 2 days per week over a 12-week period delivering workshops in drama, music and video and will involve up to forty young people from The London Connection and other homeless agencies. The project will culminate in an intensive production week leading to a performance at the centre. 5. Total cost: £25,200 6. Additional income raised: £14,000 (confirmed) 7. Amount of assistance sought: £6,000 8. Source of income: Paul Hamlyn Foundation 9. Previous grants: Funding of £3,000 was agreed towards a drama project with young homeless people based at the London Connection, September – December 1999. 10. Officer recommendation: Staff and participants feedback from the previous project was extremely positive. One of the young people involved in the project has since gone on to working in a professional company and has moved out of his hostel. „Street Stories‟ has been designed as a “drop in” project to enable different levels of involvement from participants who are hugely unsettled. The project will increase participants‟ confidence, self-esteem and belief in their own abilities. A grant of up to £6,000 is recommended payable on receipt of report and accounts after the event.
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