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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z0-9

Zinc is a dynamic and forward-looking professional arts organisation, specialising inthe areaof disability arts and social inclusion. Our work promotes the creativity, culture and heritage of disabled people and socially excluded groups, for the benefit of all. Our work generates "pathways" within the arts: Stimulating high-quality, diverse and experimental arts work, Providing lifelong learning, training and employment opportunities, Creating platforms for the exploration and representation of the cultures and neglected,histories of excluded groups Initiating informed debate and influencing policy-making, Fostering enabling environments, Advancing inclusion, accessibility and equality in the wider arts environment, and in the communities in which we live, In support of our work, we manage a large, multi-purpose arts education centre in Chipping Ongar, Essex, which we are about to extend. From this centre we develop a strategic programme of outreach and centre-based projects with a local, regional and national focus, including: Participatory arts projects, CPD (Continuing Professional Development), training and supported employment opportunities, Professional arts products (e.g. theatre performances, exhibitions, publications, etc.), Dissemination and networking initiatives,

Address:
  • Great Stony
  • High Street
  • Chipping Ongar
  • CM5 0AD
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