ChalleNGe is a city-wide partnership of arts and heritage professionals, creative practitioners, teachers, youth leaders and young people who work together to take risks and make things happen – ensuring children and young people of all backgrounds living in Nottingham engage in arts and culture, whether at home, in the community or at school.
Find out more on the About Us page.
‘We are Here!’ is a film project created to engage with 12-24 year olds in Nottingham, featuring their voices and stories about creativity and life in lockdown.
As lockdown begins to ease, we want to hear from young people about their experiences and how the last year has affected them. the aim is to create a short film featuring the voices and stories of young people. The conversations will create an uplifting short film that reflects the diversity, resilience and creativity of our city. To find out more and get involved go to the We Are Here page
During lockdown, we delivered 550 'Let's Create' boxes to foodbanks and community organisations in Nottingham. Together with The Mighty Creatives and The Craft's Council, we are now supporting 5 foodbanks to establish Craft Cupboards - building a campaign and receiving donations to keep supplies topped up and give children access to creative materials.
Our Projects page gives brief details of the bespoke projects we are proud to have supported, helping arts organisations connect with communities in new ways since May 2020.
The fourth national Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Day will take place on 24th June. It's a call to action for schools, families, communities and organisations to take an active role in educating in this area and share their work via events and on social media.
This year’s theme is ‘Faces’ and covers many aspects of RSE, including diversity, expressions, emotions and selfies.
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