Burngreave Messenger.
Issue 40 April 2004

Creative Burngreave.Creative Funding

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Creative Burngreave funded projects 2003 - 2004

Project name Art Form
Shane ‘Robs’ Roberts
Over The Edge Productions ‘On the Mike”
Set up a platform for artists to meet regularly.
Fathima Khan : Cross Stitch  Workshop A step-by-step introductory course to teach cross-stitch for beginners.
Pye Bank /Byron Wood Primary School Family learning workshops – tabla/dhol/circus/events, sport, arts,photography,
Janine Neville 5 large Ultra violet designs/create an exhibition space and exhibit designs in Burngreave.
Mama East African Women’s Group Drama activities working with the Somalian community with a focus on the Somali cultural heritage.
Fine Black Individuals Project development to produce a show and a video on self awareness, racism, self management, learning
The Black Women’s Resource Centre Artist working with children and staff to create ideas and designs to decorate the outside playground.
Cassie Limb Develop Mixed Media Paintings to share creative and inspiring experiences to promote local creativity
The Burngreave Problem Busters DJ and dance workshops for local young people with the aim for them to become more employable at local events and cultural activities
St. Catherines School Family Portrait Day, teaching techniques for taking good photographs, with the end product of producing a quality studio portrait.
Firshill Community School Six two-hour sessions to learn how to play Steel Drums leading to a Musical fun day.
Andrea Wallen With an event for viewing the video towards the end of March Music, dance and drama project.
Alan Robinson Writing, rehearsing and recording a radio drama set in Burngreave.
Philip Weiss/Mandla Sibanda Establish a school of contemporary African Dance Theatre.
Panni Poh Yoke Loh BurngreaveExhibition of Woman’s Art on the theme of 'Close to the Heart'.
Krysia Zajac Making a video drama on Burngreave.
Robin ForsythWorkhorse Short Film Projects Short Video Project for young Yemenis in Burngreave.
Greentop Community Circus Centre Public performance of on two evenings of storytelling and African Drumming by Siyaya a group of 15 African Drummers.
Sakna Women’s' GroupEarl Marshal Connexions Centre Textile designer working with local women in the Sikh Group producing a textile/banner artwork
This page is produced by Creative Burngreave, A New Deal funded project, managed by Sheffield Arts Education.

S.A.E. - Sheffield Arts Education.


N.D.C. Burngreave.
Sheffield City Council.
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