Centre for Chinese Contemporary Arts believes strongly in creating opportunities for the public to engage, interact and respond to our arts programme.

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Working with school partners, community, and mental health and well-being groups, we create opportunities for cultural exchange and learning about contemporary culture between East and West whilst also developing creative and transferable life skills.

Above all we believe in raising the creative aspirations of all our participants and collaborators, young and old, existing and new. Our programmes have included the Start Education Programme (supported by Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts) working with 330 pupils across the region, the Stronger Voices Project in collaboration with 42nd Street and Curious Minds, and various outreach programmes with groups including Wai Yin Chinese Women’s society, Neesa Well Women’s group, VOPC, Cross Acres Community group, Tameside College and the Rathbone group.
For an example of the work we have done with the Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts please visit their website: Start Education Programme – The Story So Far

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