SNAP Independent Arts & Media provides many different projects for young people aged 14-25 where they can explore different arts and media skills for their own interest or to achieve an accredited Arts Award.
SNAP have recently run a project under the Neighbourhood Learning in Deprived Communities (NLDC) 2011-12 programme in conjunction with the Learning Partnership.
SNAP Independent Arts & Media provides many different projects for local people in Luton.
Activities include Photography, Photoshop, Contemporary Arts and Crafts as well as Film Making and Animation. With our informal and holistic approach we provide group and one-to-one work exploring, through creative activities, issues from drugs and alcohol, sexual health and relationships to support with career choices, benefits and independent living. We can also help individuals develop the necessary skills for the arts and media industries. SNAP also customise projects at our studio and outreach in the community.
To find out more about projects we have run in the past with examples of work that has been produced as part of our young people’s project visit our website.
Our Project Coordinator is Fiona Martin, and Assistant/Administrator is Asma Hussain – they will be able to give further details about how you can get involved or help you with any queries that you might have.
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