News

  1. Funding news: £247,000 from Paul Hamlyn Foundation for new project called Engage

    Mind the Gap is delighted to announce the launch of a major new three-year project called Engage, which has been made possible thanks to a significant injection of funding totalling £247,000 over three years from Paul Hamlyn Foundation More & Better programme.

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  2. Alan Clay’s Skip Rap is coming soon!

    In 2015 Mind the Gap Artist Alan Clay received almost £15,000 R&D funding from Arts Council England’s Grants for Arts scheme for a new piece of work called Skip Rap. We’re thrilled to let you know that Alan reapplied to ACE’s Grants for the Arts scheme and successfully secured almost £40,000 to fully develop and…

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  3. Jez Colborne and the Mind the Gap Band in the Recording Studio

    Jez Colborne and the Mind the Gap Band started the process of recording a 4-song EP with one of Mind the Gap’s long-standing music producers Si McGrath.

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  4. Mind the Gap remains an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation

    Mind the Gap is pleased to announce that the organisation will continue to be funded through Arts Council England’s National Portfolio for the next 4 years (2018 - 2022).

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  5. ARC select Artist Paul Wilshaw to benefit from disabled artist residency

    Mind the Gap are delighted to announce that Artist Paul Wilshaw has been selected for a professional disabled artist residency at ARC, Stockton.

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  6. Mind the Gap celebrates 20 brilliant years with Julia Skelton, Executive Director

    20 years ago, on 10 March, Mind the Gap was fortunate enough to draw Julia Skelton away from her post of Marketing Manager at Harrogate Theatre over to the somewhat less-gentrified City of Bradford, and the complex world of Disability Arts.

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