AHA-MK secured a large strategic grant from the MK Community Foundation to work as a bridge organisation between communities and the arts and heritage sector. Part of this grant will be used to work with 6 community groups of various identities to form a question/issue to celebrate and explore creatively with a professional artist. Recognising intersectionality, groups will cover: race and faith; sexual orientation; disability; socio-economic status.
This project is one part of a strategy that uses collective action to build a more inclusive sector. It is a component of a continuous journey of inclusion, that will help to develop skills, build sustainable networks & infrastructures, & create new opportunities for partnership working.
The communities we will work with are:
Abrahamic Women – Milton Keynes; Conniburrow Big Local; Camphill Community; African Diaspora Foundation; MK Hindu Association; Middle Eastern Cultural Group.
We are currently looking for artists to work with each of these groups. Please find the artist job descriptions below (added as they are completed):
Middle Eastern Cultural Group deadline for applications 8th October
Abrahamic Women – Milton Keynes deadline for applications 15th October
MK Hindu Association deadline for applications 15th October
African Diaspora Foundation deadline for applications 15th October
Camphill Community deadline for applications 15th October
Conniburrow Big Local deadline for applications 22nd October