Migratory Journeys to Barnet / Celebrating Cultural Heritage
Migratory Journeys to Barnet / Celebrating Cultural Heritage is a facilitated discussion group exploring stories of communities that have moved to the borough, and ideas to celebrate cultural heritage and traditions.
The discussion will look at impactful work that has happened in schools, and new ideas that could be invested in to improve social cohesion and empower diverse communities.
Also during this session, Anne Roots from Connect Global Learning will give a short presentation on how schools can gain access to funding in support of international collaboration, training and curriculum development opportunities, and CPD for teachers.
Venue: Wherever you like! (Online)
Part of the BCEP Online Festival.
This session lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes. Participants will be invited to join to start the session at 5.30pm.
You will be sent the Zoom link for this event, via email, at least 4 hours before the event.
Please note that workshops and sessions that are part of BCEP Online Festival are available to book by Barnet Cultural Education Partnership (BCEP) members. Membership is free and open to individuals who work in a cultural or educational context and live or work in Barnet, and cultural / educational organisations in Barnet. Sign up here.
If you would like to attend this session but are not eligible to be a BCEP member (you don't work in a cultural or educational context and live or work in Barnet), please contact Francesca via email@example.com as it may be possible for you to attend.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any access requirements.
Tim Burley is artsdepot’s Development Director and is currently leading the BCEP’s Cultural Heritage working group on behalf of partners. Tim has raised over £15 Million for arts causes in a career spanning 20 years.
Kumiko Mendl is Artistic Director of Yellow Earth Theatre – an Arts Council NPO that specialises in telling stories of relevance to British East and Southeast Asian people. Kumiko is also co-founder of A Thousand Cranes, a theatre company that explores Japanese traditions & stories for younger audiences. Kumiko is a Barnet resident.