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Young Citizen's Initiative

23rd September 2014

This Autumn as part of our Creative Activism Programme EEA are working with, Forest Hill School to launch a Young Citizen's Initiative which will build on the success of their Youth & Philanthropy Initiative and deliver a programme that actively engages the school’s students in the planning and delivery of activities, events and projects that seek to address the priorities, issues and needs identified within the school’s local community.

Creating Routes

2nd September 2014

Creating Routes is a free practical training programme for theatre-makers who want to use their creative skills in the community.
Over 9 months you will get the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and experience needed to get employment in Participatory Arts. 

Young Londoners ask ethical questions about how they ‘should’ engage with Heritage

11th August 2014

The Only Way Is Ethics (TOWIE) project, developed with 18-25 year olds from across London, have just presented their findings to arts and heritage professionals and young people from across London at a Symposium called ‘Thinking Is The New Rebellion’

Books About Town

3rd July 2014

EEA were commissioned by the National Literacy Trust to design four of the 50 benches for their summer campaign 'Books About Town', celebrating London’s literary heritage and reading for enjoyment

Arts Council, England's NPO Funding Decision 2015-2018

3rd July 2014

Emergency Exit Arts is delighted to hear that we have been successful with our NPO application and that we will continue to be core funded by ACE for the next 3 years. This funding will be essential in our continuing quest to take surprising and provocative outdoor arts to some of the most socially, economically and culturally deprived areas across London and the UK.

Seeking Sanctuary nominated for a CIPR Excellence Award for Best Event

Seeking Sanctuary nominated for a CIPR Excellence Award for Best Event

Seeking Sanctuary, produced by EEA, was a journey through a series of cross art form installations and performances created through collaborations with refugee artists

EEA – A Way Out of the Ordinary into the Extraordinary