the people we work with...
Paradigm Arts has worked with the BFI since 2015 when we began delivering the BFI Film Academy. This followed on from the our work in developing the programme in previous roles since 2012. The BFI Film Academy programme affords industry standard training and opportunities for young people aged 16-19 more information can be found here
We began working with The Friary in 2016 which provides phenomenal support for the homeless in partnership with Open Cinema. Our collaboration focussed on providing people who attended the Friary Centre in West Bridgford with the opportunity to develop film and media making skills during an intense 2 week period. The outcomes of these sessions were screened at a celebratory showcase event where local community partners and support agencies were invited to share in the work that had been developed during the workshops. Paradigm Arts continues to collaborate with The Friary and is deeply proud of our association with such a powerful organisation which provides much needed support for the most vulnerable in our society
We are excited by the continuing potential of working of working in collaboration with Lincolnshire One Venues - because of the opportunity to combine the great offer available across Lincolnshire's arts and cultural scene and the create stronger links with education.
Paradigm Arts is looking to support schools and venues to decrease the distance between the dots making participation in a quality cultural offer even easier.
We are delighted to be working in partnership with Writing East Midlands to help schools connect with more of the excellent and inspirational work they undertake.
Paradigm Arts will be collaborating with WEM to develop greater connectivity for Lincolnshire schools and improve the opportunities for writers based in the county
We have collaborated with The University of Lincoln on events and projects helping to connect schools and young people to high quality training and support - improving collaboration and reducing duplication. Together and in partnership with CfBT we are helping to create a commen sense offer supporting children and young people to develop their talents and progress into potetntial careers in either creative or cultural sectors. Support developed includes the BFI Film Academy and the emerging Magna Carta 800 arts and culture strategy.
Over the last year we have worked with East Lindsey District Council to co-ordinate and develop an improved arts and culture offer for education. We are still at the early stages of this but early successes include the collaboration and provision of training with the Royal Shakespeare Company for primary, secondary and special schools.