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New Funders Announced for Achieve Your Greatness!

New Funders Announced for Achieve Your Greatness!

BlogAug 21 2017Comments Off on New Funders Announced for Achieve Your Greatness!

We’re mega excited to announce that our fundraising efforts have led to welcoming some new funders who will be supporting the next stage of our arts education programme, Achieve Your Greatness (AYG) where we’ll be expanding into three new secondary schools, working in a total of five (up from two). The Ashley Family Foundation, ...

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When sorry seems to be the hardest word

When sorry seems to be the hardest word

BlogJun 20 2017Comments Off on When sorry seems to be the hardest word

We have lots of really good news ready to share with you: some lovely funders have come on board this year and we’re looking forward to announcing their support and expanding Achieve Your Greatness, our arts education programme for disadvantaged young people. Our board of trustees is moving and shaking as we look ahead towards the next five ...

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AWF Founder Jennie Cashman Wilson talks about the Power of the Arts and Nurturing the Next Generation of Musicians

AWF Founder Jennie Cashman Wilson talks about the Power of the Arts and Nurturing the Next Generation of Musicians

BlogApr 18 2017Comments Off on AWF Founder Jennie Cashman Wilson talks about the Power of the Arts and Nurturing the Next Generation of Musicians

With just over a month to go until our five year anniversary gig on 11th May at Bush Hall our founder, Jennie Cashman Wilson caught up with her pal, Nour Saleh from Art Breath to talk all things Abram Wilson Foundation, the power of the arts, jazz and nurturing the next generation of musicians (tickets here). Art Breath: Could you share with ...

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PASSING ON LESSONS OF CREATIVITY AND COLLABORATION: NERIJA’S SHEILA MAURICE-GREY

PASSING ON LESSONS OF CREATIVITY AND COLLABORATION: NERIJA’S SHEILA MAURICE-GREY

BlogFeb 01 2017Comments Off on PASSING ON LESSONS OF CREATIVITY AND COLLABORATION: NERIJA’S SHEILA MAURICE-GREY

Sheila Maurice-Grey is a London based trumpeter and visual artist. Having taken part in Kinetika Bloco and Tomorrow’s Warriors development programme founded by Gary Crosby OBE, Sheila is a core member of upcoming ‘Nérija,’ who were nominated for Jazz FM Breakthrough Act of the year 2016. Sheila is also bandleader of afrobeat band ...

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TRANSFORMING LIVES THROUGH ART: INTERVIEW WITH WORKSHOP LEADER TARA SIDDALL

TRANSFORMING LIVES THROUGH ART: INTERVIEW WITH WORKSHOP LEADER TARA SIDDALL

BlogOct 28 2016Comments Off on TRANSFORMING LIVES THROUGH ART: INTERVIEW WITH WORKSHOP LEADER TARA SIDDALL

As we complete the second pilot of our arts education programme for schools, Achieve Your Greatness (AYG), we’ve been chatting to colleagues and friends about what arts education means to them. Tara Siddall is a writer, performer, theatre maker and musician. She studied Literature at Edinburgh University, Acting at The London Academy of ...

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WHY ARTS EDUCATION IS THE KEY TO FUTURE INNOVATION

WHY ARTS EDUCATION IS THE KEY TO FUTURE INNOVATION

BlogOct 19 2016Comments Off on WHY ARTS EDUCATION IS THE KEY TO FUTURE INNOVATION

As we launch the second pilot of our arts education programme for schools, Achieve Your Greatness, we’ve been chatting to colleagues and friends about what arts education means to them. Here Miriam Sriyoheswaran, intern at the Abram Wilson Foundation, makes the case to link the arts and innovation. The psychologist Richard Jolley has ...

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