Hola! They say a picture says a thousand words so this for this final week blog post of Under 25 in Lisbon I have decided
This week has been a week of discovery and exploration, in theory as well as creativity. From Monday to Wednesday we worked with the one
A poem using text from my daily tumbles, in reverse. An alternative view on my daily theatre process. Our theatre, After traveling in the pouring
By Bill Duffy In the first full week of the second residential of the Under 25 Routes project we asked Bill Duffy – one of
by Steph Meskell-Brocken On the 23rd January 2017 artists – all under the age of 25 – gathered again, for the start of their 2nd
On Friday 30th of September 2016 me (Fay), Bhav, Damon and Matthew started our first session at Waterhead Academy as part of their Careers Pathway.
Call Out To Young Digital and Film Artists Deadline: 11 March 2016 NOW CALLING: YOUNG PEOPLE TO SUBMIT DIGITAL ARTS and Short FILM PROJECTS! Applications
Main Festival Day – Saturday 26 March – Films!!! Digital Art!!! Workshops!!! Animation!!! Coming this March Oldham town centre will come alive with digital art
Oldham based youth arts Charity, Peshkar were delighted to welcome Ed Vaizey MP, Minister of State at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, as
Peshkar were delighted to welcome Tony Lloyd, Greater Manchester interim Mayor and Police Crime Commissioner, as the guest of honour at a special event marking culmination of their year long Heritage Lottery funded ‘Our Teenage Years’ project in Oldham and Burnley.
We are proud to repost this blog from Arts Education specialist Glen Meskell which mentions Peshkar’s current #ourteenageyears project…
We are searching for the next generation of creative talent in Burnley. If you are aged 19-26, live in or near Burley and are interested in
‘Our Teenage Years’ launches in earnest this weekend at Great Places Housing Primrose Bank Community Centre this weekend…
Peshkar has received £49,400 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project, Where are you from – our teenage years?” which will run in Oldham and Burnley from January until December 2015 supported by Great Places Housing and led by volunteers from the local communities, across generations the project teenage experiences throughout the decades of people living in Oldham and Burnley with specific focus on White British and South Asian communities…
It is with great sadness that we share the sad news of the passing of our friend and colleague, John Doona.
John worked with Peshkar in 2008 on our production of ‘Siege’ by Tajinder Singh Hayer, which he directed for a cast of young people from Oldham, Manchester and Cheshire, where he was the advisory teacher for Drama.
And thanks for dropping by our new website…
We’re so chock-a-block on various projects that we’ve barely had time to capture all the amazing things that we’ve been up to in the first half of 2014. What with our Safe Young Women’s project, our Bespoke Open Mic at Oldham Festival in partnership with Somewhere To, our ongoing Arts Award success stories and not forgetting some REALLY exciting news to share about two fantastic upcoming funding successes, we’ve hardly had the chance to draw breath.