European Solidarity Corps
(formerly called EVS)
Partenaire du projet
European Youth Arts Engagement – Exploring and sharing best practice
Our projects participant’s developed the skills and competences in arts engagement projects and practical festival coordination and management, building their capacities and capabilities to better implement future youth led arts engagement projects in their own national contexts. The partners within this application are producers of large-scale carnival/festival events within their own national contexts. These events recruited a wide range of volunteers who assisted in the planning, implementation and delivery of these key cultural activities. The project participants assisted in the development of professional festival events in France (Toulouse)
Number and profile of participants: 9 young people from UK in total, from backgrounds of less opportunity Some of our other participants dropped out prior to the ESC taking place. Our partner was not able to retain their ESC recruits some of whom found work or chose other commitments. they therefore did not have a outgoing ESC group participate in this project.
9 young people engaged in the project; 3 youth arts project workers; 1 performance projects presented within large-scale festival carnival event (Toulouse) Project visibility (through large-scale events) 100,000 people/audiences
Organizational information: Brouhaha International (BI) is a registered Charity (no. 1017409) and non-governmental arts organization that delivers in local, national and international contexts. BI’s work covers youth arts engagement, international exchanges, meetings, trainings and capacity building initiatives for young people and workers at a national and international level. The organizations main aim is to support young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in their social, cultural, personal and professional development. BI receives financial support from Liverpool City Council, the Arts Council England, Erasmus+ programme (centralized and decentralized actions) and a wide range of trusts and foundations, for its international work and associated cultural activities. Their aims include: – delivering arts projects and cultural programmes that facilitate learning between young people from different social, cultural and economic backgrounds; – developing youth events and community celebrations that engage disadvantaged young people from across our city, region, the United Kingdom and beyond; – producing innovative global international work, creating high quality mobility experiences for communities and young people through exchanges, collaboration and meetings; – building capacity around issues of employability of young people; – contributing to the development of the youth sector through mobility, job shadowing, training and leadership initiatives.
Future activities will continue to embrace and celebrate a diverse range of work with a commitment to the realization of performing arts projects in public spaces, on the streets, in park, in community venues and site specific outdoor locations. BI strive to provide professional platforms and opportunities for artistic and cultural excellence and as BI move forward to create great art, without losing sight of our purpose, vision and core values.
ACTIVITIES : – Carnival Arts – Arts engagement projects – Festival and community events – International work – Capacity Building Projects