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RicNic is all about providing access to the arts, either through group activities or supporting individuals. Our outreach programmes take RicNic’s unique youth-led model to more young people across the country, and offer our participants invaluable mentoring and development opportunites. Read on to find out how we can support your youth group, school, college or arts project….
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“It turned into a family. It was very intense and everyone truly cared. The fact it was run by young people meant it was a safe environment to take risks and the lack of judgment and freedom of expression both aided us in the creative process”

Outreach & Access

Evolve Mentoring & Masterclasses

Graham Hill Memorial Fund

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The Graham Hill Memorial Fund offers a limited number of small grants, enabling young people to access and enjoy theatre: Contributions (up to £500) to training & development, for young actors with limited financial means; Theatre trips, for young people who have been unable to experience live theatre before; Grants to schools undertaking innovative work to improve access to the creative arts for their pupils. To apply for support from the Graham Hill Memorial Fund, please send details of your request, including any other funding to jennifer@ricnic.org.uk. Trustees consider applications quarterly, so please keep this in mind when applying.
Engage Workshops
Blending creative & business studies in a cross-curricular project for Year 11+, our Engage programme brings elements of our unique youth-led model into your setting, challenging students to form a production company and stage a performance showcase in under 48 hours. Available to schools nationwide. Please click here for information on our current projects or contact us for details on booking for your setting. We can also combine this programme with Arts Award and ArtsMark support.
Arts Award & ArtsMark RicNic is proud to be working in partnership with schools and setting on their Artsmark Award journey. By supporting Artsmark settings, we’re helping them put the arts at the heart of education, inspiring young people to experience and participate in arts and culture.  We are also a registered Arts Award Centre and can offer Arts Awards up to Gold Level.  We are happy to support schools, organisations and individuals who are working on any  part of their Award level.  Why not use RicNic as your research project or join one of our projects to develop your skills?  To find out how RicNic can support your Artsmark or Arts Award journey, contact jennifer@ricnic.org.uk
RicNic is supported by an amazing network of performers, artists and creative professionals who provide invaluable guidance, mentoring, masterclasses and work experience for young people aged 25 and under. Masterclass events are listed on our What’s On diary. For further information on the programme click here. Please contact us if you are looking for an arts mentor or have a question about a particular area of the arts.
Ellie, Participant
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RicNic is all about providing access to the arts, either through group activities or supporting individuals. Our outreach programmes take RicNic’s unique youth-led model to more young people across the country, and offer our participants invaluable mentoring and development opportunites. Read on to find out how we can support your youth group, school, college or arts project….

Outreach & Access

Unlocking Creative Potential

Engage Workshops
Blending creative & business studies in a cross- curricular project for Year 11+, our Engage programme brings elements of our unique youth- led model into your setting, challenging students to form a production company and stage a performance showcase in under 48 hours. Available to schools nationwide. Please Contact Us for further information. We can also combine this programme with Arts Award and ArtsMark support.
Arts Award & ArtsMark RicNic is proud to be working in partnership with schools and setting on their Artsmark Award journey. By supporting Artsmark settings, we’re helping them put the arts at the heart of education, inspiring young people to experience and participate in arts and culture.  We are also a registered Arts Award Centre and can offer Arts Awards up to Gold Level.  We are happy to support schools, organisations and individuals who are working on any  part of their Award level.  Why not use RicNic as your research project or join one of our projects to develop your skills?  To find out how RicNic can support your Artsmark or Arts Award journey, contact jennifer@ricnic.org.uk

Evolve Mentoring &

Masterclasses

RicNic is supported by an amazing network of performers, artists and creative professionals who provide invaluable guidance, mentoring, masterclasses and work experience for young people aged 25 and under. Masterclass events are listed on our What’s On diary. Please contact us if you are looking for an arts mentor or have a question about a particular area of the arts. If you would like to be informed of our next masterclass event please join our mailing list here.

Graham Hill Memorial

Fund

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The Graham Hill Memorial Fund offers a limited number of small grants, enabling young people to access and enjoy theatre: Contributions (up to £500) to training & development, for young actors with limited financial means; Theatre trips, for young people who have been unable to experience live theatre before; Grants to schools undertaking innovative work to improve access to the creative arts for their pupils. To apply for support from the Graham Hill Memorial Fund, please send details of your request, including any other funding to jennifer@ricnic.org.uk. Trustees consider applications quarterly, so please keep this in mind when applying.
“It turned into a family. It was very intense and everyone truly cared. The fact it was run by young people meant it was a safe environment to take risks and the lack of judgment and freedom of expression both aided us in the creative process”
Ellie, Participant