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    Picks Working the ground Watch Working the ground Read Arlene Goldbard on culture Hear May July 2013 Picks Al Weiwei acts after 81 days in jail http www youtube com watch v n281GWfT1E8 Watch Two pamphlets from the Visible Project Read Arts in Education Charter Interested Hear March April 2013 Picks 100 Seconds of Sanciai Kaunas Watch Cultural Agency Pamphlet 2013 Read Roundtable Happy Parent Initiative Hear New Year Inspiration 2013 Wisdom of Slow Culture Read Building Alabama Explore November 2012 December 2012Picks Artist Jeanne van Heeswijk Watch Understanding Fatherhood in the 21st Century Read September 2012 Picks 2Up2Down is a project just outside the gates of Anfield Park and will be a focus of a study visit to Liverpool in October Watch What has been called a once in a generation opportunity for child and family services in Ireland published in July 2012 Read A podcast on money via Magrit Kennedy Hear Give up a day for a discussion about the battle for cultural values Debate In July 2012 you can take a look at some reportage from the Rustbelt to Artist Belt event in St Louis USA from earlier in the year Watch Blue Drum s article for Village Magazine Read Arlene Goldbard on creative community Hear Tell us about Community Arts Discuss In June 2012 we focus on the Happy Parent Initiative and link to a slide show of the work in progress Watch Happy Parent as a developmental activity links to the principles and themes of Aistear curriculum framework for early years Read Listen to Listen to Arlene Forster describing the Aistear the Early Childhood Curriculum Framework Hear Tell us what you think about the Happy Parent Initiative Discuss In May 2012 we link to two documentaries from websites in the USA http trustdocumentary org http deafjam org Watch 1 and Watch 2 Find Blue Drum s Submission to the Dail Committee on Arts and Disadvantage Read From a Show and Tell with Block T Smithfield Dublin listen to Blue Drum s Ed Carroll speak about cultural rights Hear Tell us what is a cultural right Discuss In April 2012 we met with Grainne Begley from St Kevins Family Resource Centre in Tallaght linked us to one of their arts and disability projects Watch Find out about Blue Drum s Submission to the Dail Committee on Arts and Disadvantage Read From a Show and Tell with Block T Smithfield Dublin listen to Catherine O Halloran speak about her work in St Munchin s Family Resource Centre Moyross Co Limerick Hear Tell us what is a cultural right Discuss In March 2012 we recommend the Los Angeles Poverty Department Watch Find out about a new model of arts organisations that are engaged Read More from Los Angeles and a public theatre in skid row Hear Offer us some ideas for next time Discuss In January and February 2012 we suggest Engine Room Europe project Watch Read Mauled by the Celtic Tiger Human Rights in Ireland s economic

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  • Blue Drum - The Arts Specialist Support Agency for the Community Development Sector
    1 Action Plan 2013 Annual Report 2012 2010 12 Action Plan 2012 Annual Report 2011 Annual Report 2010 Audited Accounts Our auditors are McCloskey Company Chartered Accountants Sandyford Industrial Estate Dublin County Dublin Audited Accounts 2014 Audited Accounts 2013 Audited Accounts 2012 Audited Accounts 2011 Audited Accounts 2010 Audited Accounts 2009 In this section you can find out more about our funding 2015 Tusla Child and Family Agency 65 288 European Commission 18 000 2014 Tusla Child and Family Agency 65 288 Irish Youth Foundation for Happy Parent Booklet 1 000 Sponsorship for Catering at We Are Family 900 Dublin City Council 400 TOTAL 67 588 tbc 2013 Family Support Agency 65 288 The Arts Council 500 Dublin City Council 400 Culture Ireland 4000 TOTAL 70 190 2012 Family Support Agency 72 540 2012 and 65 290 2013 The Community Foundation for Ireland 1 300 The Arts Council 1 000 Liverpool Study Visit Subscriptions 460 Dublin City Council 400 Glenisk Donations 250 TOTAL 71 965 00 Between 2012 13 match funding for the City Re Searches Project is listed as follows European Union 36 000 Give EUR Hope 3 500 Dutch Embassy 385 Community Arts Partnership 5000 Culture Ireland 4000

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  • Blue Drum - The Arts Specialist Support Agency for the Community Development Sector
    for the bakery to evolve in the right format for community ownership that is informed Expert talks visits networking and learning opportunities all contributed to the bake which produced the end product 6 Understand your Customer Homebaked provided a mechanism to growth and mobilise social capital in Anfield where a power shift no matter how small was needed The bakery has enabled participants to emerge as winners in a powerless situation The seemingly impossible task has been achieved and its impact is significant for those involved In fact in some stories analysed in this report Homebaked has contributed extensively to changing their lives Blue Print 2015 2019 lays out the strategic options for us Theme 1 Family Art and Pedagogy To support and develop community arts in proximity to family support and community development work Actions here will cultivate the power of art to weave informal networks of social support with vulnerable families and communities This action is now on hold since the withdrawal of funding by TUSLA for work Family Resource Centres Theme 2 Community Culture Equality and Rights To advocate for the right to art and culture through a strategy to reset renew and refresh community arts Activities will look to transfer know how and show how and will strengthen the constituency for equality cultural rights and social inclusion Modest cooperative ventures and the artefacts produced can have potential to be calibrated to a larger scale Read Theme 3 Cooperative Ventures and Sustainability To be connected to a field of national and international practitioners pioneering solutions to the challenges identified To draw from the capacity for imagination artists and for transformation activists To take risks so we co generate and thus open up new cultures of co creation focused on citizen and community Art and the City Watch

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  • Blue Drum - The Arts Specialist Support Agency for the Community Development Sector
    as part of the National Service Delivery Framework of the Child and Family Agency Meitheal is an old Irish term that describes how neighbours would come together to assist in the saving of crops or other tasks In this context Meitheal is a National Practice Model to ensure that the needs and strengths of children and their families are effectively identified and understood and responded to in a timely way so that children and families get the help and support needed to improve children s outcomes and realise their rights Read Community Culture Strategy The report of the Dail Eireann Committee on Arts and Disadvantage will be published soon Blue Drum is currently working with groups in Limerick Cork and Dublin as well as an inter departmental working group to prepare the Strategy For us access and participation by poor children families and communities is our priority Our approach fits well with recommendations from EU and UNESCO studies Read EU Report Read UNESCO Report Read Strategy Aim and Objectives Limerick and Cork Exchanges Two parallel exchanges take place in Cork and Limerick about community arts on September 12 and 13 respectively The Cork exchange is organised by Ballyphehane Togher CDP and the Limerick exchange will be part of a Creative Communities meeting The potential of community arts to stimulate creativity in disadvantaged communities to engage these communities with the arts and to enable resilience and affirmation of identity within these communities is largely unrecognised and unsupported Utilising the Arts to Combat Disadvantage The Report from the Committee is due for publication before the summer 2014 We submitted our submission which asked what has the State done for cultural iInclusion and has it worked Read Also recent data from Public Policy allowed us to put together a national picture of Local Authority Arts Programme spending This information is based on the 2014 Estimates Here are the transcripts from various witness statements made during March and April 2012 to the Dail Committee Department Heads Statements Dublin City Council Common Ground Inchicore and Axis Ballymun Cork City Council City of Cork VEC Cork Academy of Music Graffiti Theatre Company Arts Council National Campaign For the Arts Western Care Mayo County Council Offaly County Council Anam Beo Tacú Family Resource Centre Limerick City Council Louth County Council Irish Chamber Orchestra Upstate Theatre Company Earlier in February there was a discussion with City of Dublin VEC about music education in disadvantaged areas It had been unsuccessful in its application to the Music Generation programme Arts and Music Education in Disadvantaged Areas Discussion What is community art Produced in 2010 by DCTV Utilising the Arts to Combat Disadvantage among the young the old and socially disadvantaged and to encourage greater integration and social inclusion with local communities Read Full DÁIL ÉIREANN Joint Committee on Environment Culture and the Gaeltacht Read Short briefing prepared by us Our Voice Our Rights A Parallel Report In Response to Ireland s Third Report under the International Covenant on Economic Social

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  • Blue Drum - The Arts Specialist Support Agency for the Community Development Sector
    Network Seminar Stephen Wynants is our link person who will coordinate the signing off on our Final Report and Accounts for City Re Searches Experiences of Being Public Roseann Weiss and the Regional Arts Commission will continue supporting our exchange called Projecct Bud in 2015 Darren Lennox was our contact point for the planning and realisation of We Are Family in Dublin Castle Printworks in September 2014 Without the OPW

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  • Blue Drum - The Arts Specialist Support Agency for the Community Development Sector
    people in Limerick City communities to further advance community arts projects Creative Communities Galway formed from the Community Arts Network and the Community Knowledge Initiative NUI with whom we will coorganise workshops in May 2015 Conor Shields from Community Arts Partnership Belfast is one of the leading advocates for community arts in Northern Ireland CAP is committed to promoting community arts through a variety of services Website Nina Sachau from Claiming Our Future which explores how best to cooperate and coordinate endeavours for a more equal inclusive and sustainable Ireland Maureen Paul and Robin from the European Anti Poverty Network Ireland is a network of groups and individuals working against poverty and is the Irish national network of the European Anti Poverty Network The aim is to put the fight against poverty at the top of the EU national and local agenda Elizabeth Bolger at The Wheel is a source of information and advice which is support of the community and voluntary sector in Ireland Hazel Hill of the Community Foundation of Ireland for the annual survey of well being in Ireland Niall McLoughlin and Sabina Cotter of the Irish Youth Foundation which is one of our oldest supporters International individuals organisations Links to Italy focus on building our capacity for cooperation and cocreation through artway of thinking and Love Difference artway of thinking aims to research on collective creative processes Love Difference is a cultural association established by Michelangelo Pistoletto Links to St Louis in the US focus on exchanges with the Community Arts Training CAT Institute based in St Louis understands that art has the power to be an agent for positive social change and that cross sector collaboration is the key to enhancing that power Afrikaaner cooperatif in southern Rotterdam s Afrikaanderwijk neighbourhood helps the district to

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  • Northside Partnership on Dublin s Northside Sheelagh Colclough is a multi disciplinary artist who has been working in the arts in Northern Ireland and beyond for the last 14 years Ciarán Cuffe is an architect and planner and lives in Dublin He held public office for twenty years as a councillor and TD Fiona Woods is an artist who lives in Co Clare and teaches part time at the University

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