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By: Save The World Club  09-12-2011
Keywords: school




Save the World Club have qualified and experienced teachers and community artists that can help your community achieve enormous benefits from a locally based environmental arts project.
We have worked with all age groups, children, families and adults and all levels of ability including participants with learning difficulties and hard-to-reach groups. We have particular expertise in attracting and working with young offenders.
• Would you like your community to feel a proud sense of ownership to their locality?
• Are there spaces that need work, improvement and renovation?
• Would you like to create a locally based project to combine practical, arts, environmental, even historical themes
• Are there spaces that need work, improvement and renovation?
• Do you need seating, painting, or murals?
• Would you like a mosaic mural to cover a graffiti wall, or to upgrade an entranceway?SWC can help your community• Improve local town gateways, entranceways, walls and derelict areas
• Create a sense of ownership for citizens regardless of artistic ability
• Improve language, community relations
• Improves urban and local perspectives, reduces graffiti
• Increases artistic confidence
• Our award-winning arts team inspires further creativityWe can provide a full service including:• Concept, design and planning
• Advice on relevant fundraising potential
• Arts, research and practical drawing preparation
• Provision of all materials, state-of-the-art equipment
• Risk analysis and safety compliance
• High level finished work, installation and completionSave the World Club has Investors in People certification, relevant insurance and legal responsibilities in line with all charity regulations. Save The World Club has been awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service among its many accolades. Costs for community projects team must be negotiated according to the size of the space that needs work. We can negotiate various elements of the work where necessary and help you to work on solutions. Let’s join up your community too! Contact for more details.
Save the World Club have a qualified and experienced team of community artists that can help all stakeholders achieve enormous benefits from a locally based environmental arts project.
We have worked with all age groups, children, families and adults and all levels of ability including participants with learning difficulties and hard-to-reach groups. We have particular expertise in attracting and working with young offenders and with target families.
• Would you like your community to feel a proud sense of ownership to their locality?
• Would you like to create a locally based project to combine practical, arts, environmental, even historical themes?
• Are there spaces that need work, improvement and renovation?
• Do you need seating, painting, or murals?
• Would you like a mosaic mural to cover a graffiti wall, or to upgrade an entranceway?SWC can help your community• Improve local town gateways, entranceways, walls and derelict areas
• Create a sense of ownership for citizens regardless of artistic ability
• Improve language, community relations and citizenship
• Improves urban and local perspectives, reduces graffiti
• Increases artistic confidence
• Our award-winning arts team inspires further creativityWe can provide a full service including:• Concept, design and planning
• Advice on relevant fundraising potential
• Working with environmental services, planning departments and other stakeholders
• Arts, research and practical drawing preparation
• Provision of all materials, state-of-the-art equipment
• Risk analysis and safety compliance and monitoring
• High level finished work, installation and completionSave the World Club has Investors in People certification, relevant insurance and legal responsibilities in line with all charity regulations. Save The World Club has been awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service among its many accolades. Costs for a community projects team must be negotiated according to the size of the space that needs work. We can negotiate various elements of the work where necessary and help you to work on solutions. Contact for more details.
Save the World Club have qualified and experienced teachers and community artists that can help your school achieve enormous benefits from a schools-based environmental arts project. We have worked with all age groups, primary, secondary and adults and all levels of ability including pupils with learning difficulties and hard-to-reach groups. • Would you like to create a curriculum-based project to combine practical, arts, environmental, even historical themes?
• Are there spaces that need work, improvement and renovation?
• Do you need seating, painting, murals?
• Would you like a mosaic mural to cover a wall, or to upgrade an entranceway?SWC can help your school and pupils• Improve school grounds, entranceways, walls and derelict areas
• Create a sense of ownership for all learners regardless of academic ability
• Improve language, perspective and artistic confidence
• Each learner gains confidence in life-long skills
• Our award-winning arts team inspires other creativityWe can provide a full service including:• Concept, design and planning
• Advice on relevant fundraising potential
• Arts, research and practical drawing preparation classes
• Provision of all materials, state-of-the-art equipment
• Risk analysis and safety compliance
• High level finished work, installation and completionSave the World Club has Investors in People certification, relevant insurance and legal responsibilities in line with all charity regulations. Save The World Club has been awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service among its many accolades. Costs for in-house school projects start at £485 per day for a team. We can negotiate various elements of the work where necessary. Contact for more details.
Community MOSAIC for beginners We work in outdoor events, festivals, fairs and fun days to bring alive the issues of graffiti and urban regeneration to the general public. We are excited to teach the craft of community mosaic with the Save The World Club award-winning arts team. We will have tables set up with the work in progress and a team of teachers to advise, cut and manage the public who visit. At previous festivals and events the crowd has been several deep and very exciting and busy to run. The one day workshop also has an exhibition on urban art and displays of previous work in London including several school playgrounds and work for Network Rail and Transport for London underpasses and bridges.

The message is
  •  Anti-Graffiti
  •  Using waste materials to make exciting art
  •  Urban Regeneration
  •  Community empowerment
Scrap Club Save The World Club’s Scrap Club is a magnet for toddlers and families during any event. The arts facilities, diversity of materials and scope of teachers knowledge will be excellent and may include linking up with local providers to add more workshops on mask making, sculpture, waste tin art, papier mache, costume making and flagmaking.

The message is:
  •  Waste is an interesting resource
  •  Art is multi-functional
  •  You can explore and be bold because you don’t have to worry about “ruining anything”
  •  Enjoy just mucking about with scrap
 
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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