By Uma on October 3, 2017In a year celebrating 50 years of some classic albums there is no better way to celebrate the achievement of the #NGS poet mentors and the culmination of a a great international partnership. Today we launch the NGS onlin Anthology. From Johannesburg to Leuven, from Liverpool to San Fransisco and Rotterdam. The Next Generation is here to speak through poems and stories.
By Uma on July 5, 2017Brouhaha International is pleased to announce a new project ‘Understanding and Collecting Carnival Heritage and Traditions’ with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. This funding will see us working with local families, schools and community groups, to research the heritage of traditional Caribbean Carnival characters such as, Blue Devil, Book Man, Dame Lorraine and Midnight Robber. We will get four […]
By Uma on June 27, 2017“A new report reveals that Liverpool’s cultural organisations generated around £27 million pounds for the city in just one year.” We are proud to be one of the 36 organisations investing in culture in the city we all love. The Social Impact of the Arts in Liverpool 2015/16 report looks at 36 cultural organisations in the city which are funded through […]
By Uma on June 5, 2017We are excited to announce the arrival of our two new ILM Programme Employees Levi & Monique. MONIQUE LEARMOND Art Engagement Officer I started my dance training at the tender age of two at Liverpool Theatre School. Where I then continued through the Academy and then went on to further my training as a full time student. During this […]
By Uma on April 18, 2017We’d like you to meet our two new volunteers from Spain who will be helping us in the period prior to the Carnival while learning along the way in the subjects that matters to them most. Here’s their first impressions of Liverpool and Brouhaha. MONICA (in the photo above) I’m in my last year of Illumination studies at the University […]
By Uma on March 16, 2017Dear all, We’re excited and grateful for the progress and ongoing support we receive from our local communities. That’s why we’re happy to announce that Brouhaha is expanding and opening up a new branch in Dublin, Ireland, where we’ll be able to reach more people, communities and schools with our mission to give young people the skills and opportunities to reach their […]
By Uma on March 6, 2017We’re pleased to announce our collaboration with the Liverpool Cultural Education Partnership Fund which enables our work with young people and teachers at The Academy of St. Francis of Assisi. Our intention is to implement a school’s carnival arts learning programme that will inspire young people from backgrounds of less opportunity, who are least likely to work and be successful […]
By Uma on March 6, 2017Photo: Asun Paterna In 2016 young carnival artists from across the UK got together at our New Voices in Carnival Conference, where we tasked them with coming up with the theme for 2017. The result was ‘Many Voices One Song’, which calls for solidarity between communities in times of change when some of those in power would gladly see the rolling back […]
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