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SURIYA THE FACILITATOR AND PRODUCER

 

SURIYA THE FACILITATOR AND PRODUCER

 
 
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            Something Good – 2015

 

          Assistant Producer to Rosemary Richards, on large scale out door                       production‘Something Good’ whicH engaged the general public in a                     celebration of the Cathedral’s 300th Birthday. Responsible for                               coordinating the ‘launch’ of the project and coordinating various faith             groups from around the city to participate in artistic engagement.

 
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            Honey Man - 2015

 

          Assistant Director on play by Tyrone Huggins produced by Judy Owen and             Birmingham REP Theatre. Supporting the Director artistically within                   rehearsals and managed the production on UK nationAL TOUR.                                 also responsible for arranging                                                                                     anD delivering communitY engagement, e.g.workshop and artist talks.

 
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Source: www.beatfreeks.com

             

 

 

             BACE – 2014

           Creative Producer for two runs of 11-week creative academies at                          Lighthouse in Aston, in partnership with Beatfreeks, ASDA and                                INUITY, attended by over 60 young people. Responsible for managing a                    team of 6 facilitators, and producing end of academy showcases.

 
Source: www.beatfreeks.com

Source: www.beatfreeks.com

     BLUEPRINT – 2013

          Creative Producer for final performance showcase for                                           Beatfreeks Summer Academies 2013 at Mac Birmingham.  Worked                             with 50 young people and 10 members of staff to producer an                                 engaging and dynamic show to celebrate music, dance poetry                and           media.

Independent Projects

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Director and Founder of STAMP
STAMP was a project that delivered skills training through arts to children, young people and educational practitioners; with the aim to increase employability and access to learning. Delivery activity included:

-     ‘The Creative Way to Work’ in partnership with mac Birmingham delivered employability skills through 3-day course and 5 session course for young people with Asperger’s Syndrome (2015).

 -      ‘The Art of Socialising’ in partnership mac Birmingham delivered Creative social and communication 6 session course for young people with Asperger’s Syndrome (2015) ‘Letters’ Theatre Production in partnership with 02 Think Big. STAMP supported an upcoming writer to produce their first theatre production. The project