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2018 – 2019 “Colours from the people”

Project “Colours from the people” granted (£9,932) by the Awards For All, Big Lottery Fund, to help educate asylum seekers about British values and culture by looking at the most expressive aspect and medium of our society which is art. Project will help asylum seekers and refugees to come together

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Bright Art Sparks

This project is funded by a  £2,600 grant from Leicestershire and Rutland Community Foundation. It aims to educate asylum seekers about British values and culture by looking at the most expressive aspects and medium of our society which is art. The project consists of a programme of 3 art workshops

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Art Light Project

Leicester Art Zone (LAZ) will provide an opportunity for the elderly, disabled, unemployed and asylum seekers in Leicester to produce paintings which will ultimately be showcased in an exhibition at the project’s end under the project name of “Art Light”. Painting workshops will take place in Holy Cross Centre and

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Project “British Art & Culture”

This project will consist of a programme of three art workshops that will each comprise 5 weekly sessions of 3 hours duration plus an education trip to either the National Gallery, Tate Britain in London or Birmingham Museum & Barber Institute of Art.  It help educate asylum seekers about British

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Project “United Leicester”

This project will bring asylum seekers and refugees together with local people in an art environment and promote community cohesion by building social relationships in an informal, safe space and to form positive connections with each other.  The project will consist of a programme of three art workshops that will

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