Readipop believes creativity is vital for a fulfilled life
Readipop’s funded projects form the core of our community work. They are normally targeted at specific groups of people or parts of the community that may be facing some sort of disadvantage or complex need.
Our projects inspire people to do more, be better and want to share their new work and interests with people.
AAA mentoring project
The AAA programme includes:
Arts Awards projects
Arts Awards supports young people to develop as artists and art leaders. Children and young people aged up to 25 can participate in music workshops to acheive a national qualification. The award builds confidence, helps young people to enjoy cultural activities, and prepares them for further education or employment. Readipop offers a variety of engaging creative workshops.
– African hand drumming
– Samba carnival drums
– Ukelele strum & sing band
– Music tech: Kaoss and iPad jam
– Graphic score & soundtracks
Readipop Discovery and Development project is a talent development, mentoring and networking programme, supporting the artistic and professional development of young and emerging musicians.
Culture and Arts Networking in partnership with Jelly, funded by ArtsWork. Membership based website being devised for artists and teachers.
Readipop began delivery of Arts Council funded First Access Ukulele workshops in primary schools within the Berkshire Music Education Hub in September 2016.
What People are Saying
“The particular model and practice that I observed was the most genuinely inclusive I have ever seen”
Graeme Surtees, The Stables
“Engaging Young People”
“Each of the staff you sent were just right in leading sessions and engaging young people”
Oxfordshire Youth Offending Service
“I was greatly impressed with the Urban Orchestra in MK”
David Rose, Milton Keynes Music Hub
“A Strong Reputation”
“Readipop has a strong reputation for delivering innovative and engaging arts projects”
Hannah Dix, Arts Officer, Reading Borough Council
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