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City: Newport
Job Role: Producer
Company: Independent
Art Forms: Dance, Filmmaking, Multidisciplinary, Other, Writing
Bio:
Currently residing on the edge of the South Wales in the shadow of a transporter bridge, embarking on adventures with artists & writers.

​WLTM people who want to: play, challenge institutional power, ask questions & effect change.

I am consistently rummaging in other fields of thought & hunting for the alternative to translate, repackage & enhance existing models.

I specialise in Producing, Strategic Development & Fundraising in the creative & cultural industries in UK & Asia. Founder of #HipHopDanceAlmanac.

City: Knebworth
Job Role: Trainee healthcare practitioner
Art Forms: Filmmaking, Photography, Writing
Bio:
Hi I’m Imojinn and I use poetry and drawing as my own form of mental health pharmacy.  I use creative outlets to help offset my agoraphobia and in the past have taught online lessons in creative writing targeting similar individuals to myself, who struggle on a daily basis with mental health - I aptly called this business ‘May Contain Nuts.’  I look forward to connecting with like minded individuals who see the Arts as an alternative platform for health and wellbeing.  Who knows maybe we can start our own well-being renaissance and take over the world mwahahaha (cue thunderstorms and ominous tones).

To be continued...

City: London
Job Role: Senior Programme Manager
Company: ACAVA
Art Forms: Ceramics
Bio:
I am Senior Programme Manager at ACAVA. I lead, primarily, on our arts in health offer, building on ACAVA\'s 30+ years working in the field. We run a range of artist led programmes, offering communities life long access to creative space, skills and resources, in partnership with NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups, Mental Health Trusts and Hospitals, Schools, Higher Education Institutions, Local Authorities and the community and voluntary sector.

My training is as a ceramicist and I endeavour, not entirely successfully, to maintain my practice. I also studied Community and Participatory Arts at Goldsmiths, graduating in 2013 with a Post-Graduate Diploma.