Other ABCD projects
Equality & Safety of Women in the Arts
Supported by the Safer Streets Night Time economy funding. The project aims to develop resources around gender equality and women’s safety, such as a toolkit to women workers (safety info, travel, local services, how to report misconduct, etc.); run workshops for venues and other NTE partners, run consultations and establish a working group to support the project.
Fundraising Strategy Workshops
Two online workshops supported by Cause 4 that explored equity, diversity and inclusion through a Community-Centric Fundraising lens and a ‘human centered’ approach to fundraising strategy development.
% for Cultural Recovery
Organisations in the City applying for the third round of the Cultural Recovery Fund were asked to contribute 3% of their award to a central fund to support the cultural recovery programme. 10 organisations did so and their contribution has supported ongoing freelancer involvement in the ABCD programme and decision making process.
Mark Fisher, Brighton & Hove City Council Kate O’ Riordan, University of Sussex
Marina Norris, Arts Development Manager, BHCC
Louise Blackwell, LOOKOUT & Independent Producer
Andrew Comben, Brighton Dome & Festival
Jane McMorrow, Creative Future + Arts & Health group Chair
David Sheppard & Tarik Elmoutawakil, Marlborough Productions + Enliven Brighton group Co-chairs
Cath James, South East Dance + The Creative Communities Network group Co-chair
Jessica Cheetham, Spun Glass Theatre
Our Code of Conduct
Our Terms of ReferenceThe ABCD
Recovery Plan – for Brighton & Hove
Minutes from the Governance Group Meetings