Lord Mayor Councillor Dianne Leek congratulates
women artists in the Close
to the Heart exhibition.
Over The Edge Productions have been running ‘Open
Mic’ at 6.30pm every Monday at the Furnival
for local people to get up on stage and share their
vocal and DJing talents. Contact Shane Roberts on
The Community Education Co-ordinators have been
running creative activities for families at local
schools (see Everyone
learns at school for details).
The Burngreave Problem Busters organised DJ and
dance workshops at the Spectrum Centre for local
young people with the aim for them to become more
employable at local events and cultural activities.
Cassie Limb, Janine Neville and Krysia Zajac received
funding to create their own work as part of the
“…Still...” exhibition, taking
place in April in the Cemetery Chapel: 2nd 7–10pm,
3rd 10am–9pm, 4th 10am–7pm (see advert
in the March 2004 issue)
A brochure and publicity were funded for an exhibition
of 30 women’s art work displayed at Burngreave
Library until 5th April. Some of the work will be
sent to the Manningham Gallery, Victoria, Australia
as part of an international exhibition in September.
Contact Panni Poh Yoke Loh on 244 0353. View
Cross-stitch course, drama activites for the Somali
community, video and drama productions, short film project
for young Yemenis, African drumming performance, textile
For information about these projects and more contact
Creative Burngreave. See next
page for a full list of sponsored projects
For more information about the Creative Burngreave
project or grants contact Lungani Sibanda or Alka Prabhakar
on 221 1891 or go along to the funding launch event
on 28th April at the Spectrum Centre.
This page is
produced by Creative Burngreave, A New Deal funded project,
managed by Sheffield Arts Education.
(Above) Chill Foo Front who run DJ
sessions on Mondays at the Spectrum Centre.