Delivered by SEEit Working Trust
In 2022, we are supporting SEEit Working Trust’s Rules of Engagement Learning© Better Connecting Youth Workers & Creatives for a more inclusive cultural/creative sector project through our Connecting People and Places Fund’s Collaborative Commissions 2022, co-funded by City of London as part of our Foundations Programme.
SEEit Working Trust wants marginalised communities to directly access, engage with and benefit from cultural/creative sector opportunities. They will create that delivery framework by developing and testing their Rules of Engagement Learning© sessions.
These commissions will unlock further understanding on how creativity can be used to deliver arts, education, employment programming that provides creative learning opportunities, employment and leadership roles, training and fusion skills development.
They also share a commitment to developing equity in their project’s design and delivery, supporting underrepresented people’s ideas and visibility.
SEEit Working Trust is an East London grassroots charity committed to cultural innovation for social change, working collaboratively to innovate ways of working locally that can be scaled for impact.
We want marginalised communities to directly access, engage with and benefit from cultural/creative sector opportunities. A key success factor for meaningful cultural engagement in marginalised communities needs creatives to work more with youth workers to support any intervention – they are gatekeepers and well-placed to support sustainable access to, engagement with and progression pathways into, the cultural/creative sector. However, there is a disconnect on both sides and no available delivery framework to connect them.
We will create that delivery framework by developing and testing our Rules of Engagement Learning© sessions. We will collaborate with Ruff Sqwad Arts Foundation, Foundation for Future London and others to: